We made it out to Epcot last night to not only say goodbye to the Leave a Legacy monoliths, but also to check in on various ongoing projects at the park. One project that looks to be progressing nicely is Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure in the France Pavilion. Set behind the current France Pavilion, the expansion project will not only bring a new attraction to Epcot, but also a new creperie as well.
We’ll start with a wide look at the entire construction zone. This spans from the back side of some of the existing shops in the pavilion, and wraps around to Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure which actually sits on an expansion pad between the France and Morocco pavilions.
As you can see, there is a walkway being built along the Friendships canal. This walkway will take you back to the expansion area seen behind the Disney Skyliner column.
Since the last time that we checked in on the project, windows and some theming have been added to the facade. These windows will eventually mimic a French skyline, as seen in the concept art below. The Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure facade is the lighter part of the image at the end of the walkway.
From the bridge between the United Kingdom and France Pavilions, the skyline can be seen above the current facades. When finished, we hope this adds a nice bit of depth to the vista.
Disney hasn’t stated when Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure will open beyond “before the 50th Anniversary of Walt Disney World in 2021”, but the progress looks promising for an opening of the attraction in the first half of