Final Future World Sign Replaced at EPCOT

Almost exactly a year ago, the lands of EPCOT became “neighborhoods” and Future World was split into World Nature, World Discovery, and World Celebration. This week, the final Future World sign was replaced.

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Here’s a look at the light-up sign last month reading “Exit to Future World.” This was near the exit of The Seas With Nemo & Friends, just before the gift shop.

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Earlier this week, we noticed the sign was off. Now it has been replaced with a sign reading “Exit to World Nature.”

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The new sign lights up the same yellow color. It uses the rounded lettering present on other updated EPCOT signage.

How do you feel about the end of Future World as we know it? Let us know in the comments.

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5 thoughts on “Final Future World Sign Replaced at EPCOT”

  1. I don’t think they should change the signs until the construction zone behind Space Ship Earth is complete and the barrier maze is removed. Moana land is just going to give us a prettier version of the bouncing fountain at the Imagination Pavillion. I imagine it is going to be a let down because of the years of closure.

  2. I feel bad about it. Personally it feels to me like the change was to ensure they didn’t have to evolve the area with a vision of the bright tomorrow that Epcot used to represent. I miss the vibe of celebrating future technology and human creation that Innoventions once had. Now you have a gift shop a restaurant and a nature walk based on a great movie but imho out of place in the center of Epcot.

  3. BOOOO HISSSS EPCOT STANDS FOR SOMETHING!!!!!! SOMETHING CHAPEK FORGOT! And it’s 40th Anniversary no less!

  4. another elimination by the chapek regime of walt’s vision. more years of chapek and his people and soon they will claim walt never was. now how sad is that? could you imagine chapek coming out with a wonderful world of disnay on free tv on sunday night like walt did?

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