PHOTOS: Ocean Water Feature Closed at Journey of Water Inspired by ‘Moana’

Shannen Ace

People stand and walk under a large, decorative canopy at an outdoor setting with lush greenery and wooden terrain features. A sign board is posted in the center near the rocks.

PHOTOS: Ocean Water Feature Closed at Journey of Water Inspired by ‘Moana’

An interactive water feature in the ocean section of Journey of Water Inspired by “Moana” at EPCOT is currently closed and blocked off.

Journey of Water Inspired by “Moana”

People stand and walk under a large, decorative canopy at Journey of Water Inspired by Moana with lush greenery and wooden terrain features. A sign board is posted in the center near the rocks.

Rolling planters run in front of the interactive water feature, which is where guests jump up and down to send the water back up to the sky. A Cast Member stood in front of the planters to direct guests around the area.

A pathway through a landscaped area features large rocks, plants, and a backdrop of trees under a cloudy sky. A green stroller is parked to the right, close to the rocks.

There are multiple entrances into the water feature, all blocked by planters. Scrim fills in the gaps between rockwork and planters.

A landscaped area with a variety of green plants, trees, and rock formations. Several woven structures and birdhouses are mounted on poles amidst the greenery under a cloudy sky.

Behind the planters, we saw no water running. Usually, streams of water jump over the pathways.

A lush, green garden area featuring several tall, curved wooden poles with hanging basket-like decorations. Dense foliage and overcast sky in the background.

We don’t know exactly why or for how long the water feature is closed.

See this and other interactive water features in our video of Journey of Water Inspired by “Moana” below:

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