The former Walt Disney Imagineering Blue Sky Cellar at Disney California Adventure is now surrounded by construction walls to become a new Disney Vacation Club “Welcome Home Center,” which Disney announced last month.
DVC Welcome Home Center Construction Walls
The white construction walls surround the exterior queue and entrance to Blue Sky Cellar.
Blue Sky Cellar first opened in the park’s original Golden State area, which was comprised of six sub-areas, including the former Pacific Wharf (now San Fransokyo Square and Performance Corridor). The offering opened in 2008 as a replacement for Seasons of the Vine. On and off for the next several years, Blue Sky Cellar would feature exhibits about upcoming lands and attractions, like The Little Mermaid ~ Ariel’s Undersea Adventure, Cars Land, and lastly Pixar Pier.
Blue Sky Cellar has not been used since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in early 2020.
The walls run right next to the stairs leading up to Wine Country Trattoria and Magic Key Terrace.
Guests are parking strollers and wheelchairs against the walls on Mendocino Terrace.
Green scrim connects construction walls across planters.
The walls run right up to the Blue Sky Cellar building.
Behind the walls, we could still see the Walt Disney Imagineering Blue Sky Cellar sign on the front of the building.
More construction walls are around the back of the building.
Snack carts are parked in front of these walls.
The Golden Vine Winery sign is also still visible.
See some of Blue Sky Cellar in our video of the Ariel’s Undersea Adventure preview from 2011: