What To Expect With the World Celebration Neighborhood at Epcot

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With Epcot soon being split into four different neighborhoods, I thought we’d take a look at what’s new in each one of them, land by land.

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The first land that you come across when entering the front gates of Epcot is called World Celebration. When entering the park, Guests will find that Epcot’s entrance plaza has been transformed with a reimagined fountain, new pathways and lots of green spaces all with designs that pay homage to the origins of Epcot.

In World Celebration, you’ll still find that Spaceship Earth is the park’s icon, however the attraction will be undergo a transformation. Details about the refurbishment can be found here.

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Once you exit Spaceship Earth, you’ll come into the section of World Celebration known as Dreamers Point. Here you will find lush gardens, a wishing tree in an enchanted forest, an interactive new story fountain that celebrating the power and music of iconic Disney storytelling, and a brand new statue honoring the vision of Walt Disney.

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Also apart of World Celebration will be brand new pavilion that will be the home base for Epcot’s festivals. With a stunning elevated view of World Showcase, this pavilion will be an ideal spot to witness the park’s nighttime spectacular. This new festival center pavilion will be three stories tall, will feature a remarkable design and will include a plaza level, a middle expo level, and a park that sits at the top.

 

 
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