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PHOTOS, VIDEO: Full Tour of Space 220 Restaurant, Finally Open at EPCOT

Space 220 has finally opened next to Mission: SPACE in EPCOT. Join us as we hop aboard the Stellarvator and tour the restaurant 220 miles above Earth.

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With no reservations available for the first week, a huge crowd formed outside the restaurant this morning.

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Only walk-ins will be accepted through September 26. Reservations are now available from September 27 onward.

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There was a brief opening ceremony.

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The stage was then quickly dismantled before guests were allowed forwards.

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The entrance to Space 220 is to the right of the Mission: SPACE entrance.

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Guests were finally allowed to line up not long after the park officially opened at 11:00 AM.

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There’s a counter around the corner for check-in.

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After checking in, there is a courtyard and lobby to wait in before boarding the Stellarvator.

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Here is where the space theming really kicks off.

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The walls show how Space 220 will “elevate your dining.”

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In-story, this is what Space 220 looks like.

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Look out for standard signage with an astronaut twist throughout the restaurant.

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Guests are giving boarding passes for the elevator.

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There are two elevators.

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Cast Members lead guests onto an elevator when it arrives.

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Guests can watch their journey from Earth to the Centauri Space Station.

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A “Living With the Land”-esque rotating garden can be seen aboard the space station.

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The restrooms are themed as well.

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The signage depicts the standard stick figures as astronauts.

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Signs reassure guests that vacuum systems are in place to contain waste in the event that the artificial gravity fails.

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We were seated and ready to dine. Look out for our full lunch review, coming soon.

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The view out the windows onto Earth offers fun sights.

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A closer look at the flooring carefully selected by Imagineers.

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Watch our full tour video of Space 220 Restaurant below.

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Brooklyn
Brooklyn
2 months ago

Just an informative comment more than anything. I tried to make a reservation for this restaurant for October beginning at 12 am today (opening day) then tried again at 6:15 am. Both times it couldn’t be done as it kept saying nothing available, which I knew had to be an error. I called right at 7 am to book and they said the wait time on the phone would be over 2 hours. And it was I waited over 3 hours to get through to someone, which was unsuccessful as the call just randomly hung up (mind you I didn’t… Read more »

mis
mis
2 months ago

a menu in the article would have been nice.

Tom Corless
Admin
2 months ago
Reply to  mis

The menu has its own post, it’s also in the reviews and on the DisneyWorld.com website.