3. "World Showcase"--United Kingdom Pavilion
One of the most iconic and beloved Disney live action/animated feature length films, "Mary Poppins", is being honored with a brand new addition to the United Kingdom Pavilion, namely, a trip down Cherry Tree Lane in London, England. Take a stroll down Cherry Tree lane, past Admiral Boom's house, then enter Number 17, home of the Banks family, where your adventure will begin.
"HarmonioUS"--This will be the largest nighttime spectacular ever created for a Disney Park and will celebrate how the music of Disney inspires people the world over. There will be a stream of familiar Disney tunes reinterpreted by a diverse group of artists from around the globe. It will feature massive floating set pieces, LED panels, choreographed moving fountains, lights, pyrotechnics, lasers, and more.
France Pavilion--"Remy's Ratatouille Adventure"--Yes, it's coming to Disney's World Showcase. I'm talking about the attraction based on the Disney feature length animated film, "Ratatouille". This family-friendly attraction will invite you to shrink down to the size of a rat for a culinary adventure with Chef Remy. Your adventure will take place on trackless ride vehicles for a fun-filled, exciting race across Gusteau's kitchen floor.
4. "World Nature"
"World Nature" is dedicated to understanding and preserving the beauty and wonders of world of nature. It will include "The Land" and the "Seas with Nemo and Friends" pavilions.
"Journey of Water", inspired by the feature length animated feature, "Moana" is a lush exploration trail where guests can meet and play with magical, living water. The water will have a life of its own, just like Moana's friend, the ocean. What an imaginative way to learn about the importance of the natural water cycle.
"The Land"--The "Land" pavilion is debuting a new film, "Awesome Planet", which showcases the beauty, diversity, and dynamic story of the planet.
The transformation of Epcot is epic and will totally change the way we view this world we live in. Walt Disney was such a visionary, and I believe he would really appreciate what is being done to bring Epcot into today's world and the world of the future. Walt was a lover of nature, the past, present, and the future. I am so grateful he left us with his dreams and visions of a peaceful, natural, futuristic, and welcoming world. The next few years at Walt Disney World and all four of the theme parks are going to be awesome and filled with magic and wonder!