PHOTOS: Construction Walls Block Morocco Pavilion Courtyard in EPCOT

Shannen Ace

Construction walls in Morocco Pavilion courtyard

PHOTOS: Construction Walls Block Morocco Pavilion Courtyard in EPCOT

Construction work has picked up at the Morocco Pavilion in EPCOT, which has seen significant construction in the past few years after Disney took over ownership.

Morocco Pavilion Construction

Construction walls, scaffolding, scrim outside Tangierine Cafe in Morocco Pavilion courtyard

Construction walls take up much of the courtyard at the front of the pavilion. Behind the walls are scaffolding and scrims over the main entrance archways.

Construction walls in Morocco Pavilion courtyard

Chairs and tables for Tangierine Cafe are right next to the walls. A cafe menu is also on a wall next to the restaurant.

Mushu Dreamers at Work sign

PPG Paints “Dreamers at Work” signs decorate the walls. This one features Mushu and reads, “We started this thing together, and that’s how we’ll finish it.”

Doorknob Dreamers at Work sign

Another sign features the doorknob from “Alice in Wonderland.” It reads, “Nothing’s impossible.”

Coco Dreamers at Work sign

Another sign features the signature guitar from “Coco.” The quote is “You have to do whatever it takes to seize your moment.”

Construction walls outside Tangierine Cafe

A thin walkway is open between the construction walls and Tangierine Cafe. Guests can enter the pavilion on this side.

Scaffolding over Morocco Pavilion entrance

Guests can also enter the pavilion through the construction walls, under the scrim and scaffolding. There are usually three archways open in this structure. Guests can currently only walk through the central large archway.

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There is no construction going on within the entrance alcove.

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There is also scrim and scaffolding on the other side of the entrance structure.

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Construction walls block a pathway inside the pavilion next to the entrance archways.

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There is another construction wall and more scrim and scaffolding on the other side of the pathway.

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A brown construction box covers this section of the pavement at a corner.

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A green construction box sits between two trash cans.

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In the Fez House, we noticed that only one spout of this fountain was operating.

Morocco Pavilion market

Everything inside the pavilion is open as usual. Well, everything that has been open in recent years. Restaurant Marrakesh is still closed four years later.

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