Iconic Fountain of Nations Completely Demolished at Epcot

    Once they got started, it didn’t take Disney very long to demolish the iconic Fountain of Nations at Epcot. As we first reported, the project started just over a week ago, and now the Fountain of Nations is little more than rubble in the middle of Epcot.

    We’ll start with a few photos from the monorail, which is where the majority of guests will be able to see the demolition.

    Fountain of Nations show control building demolished in foreground

    Next, we’ll head into Epcot for a closer look at the demolition. As you can see in the following photos, it appears that there might be some infrastructure awaiting the wrecking ball tonight, but there are no recognizable elements of the Fountain of Nations left to see.

    Disney has already announced a lot of plans for the Epcot overhaul project, which will likely open in the mid-2020’s as the park assumes a new identity. Judging by concept art, it looks like the World Celebration Festival Center will sit on a portion of, or at least near, the former Fountain of Nations. For everything we know so far about the World Celebration Festival Center, check out the page that we put together to track the work taking place for the project (HERE).

    As always, keep checking back with us here at BlogMickey.com as we continue to bring you the latest news and photos from around the Disney Parks!

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