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“Guardians of the Galaxy”-inspired attraction Coming to Epcot Future World: a “Guardians of the Galaxy”-inspired attraction will be added to Future World, adhering to the original vision of Epcot’s Future World as the place to experience the excitement and adventure offered by space travel.
Epcot’s brand new E-ticket attraction will be based on the rockin’ and action-packed world of “Guardians of the Galaxy” and is the next step in how guests can encounter these characters at the Walt Disney World Resort. This new attraction will replace the current Universe of Energy attraction, which will close August 13, 2017. According to Disney leaders, this attraction will open in time for the 50th anniversary of Walt Disney World Resort in 2021.
“Ratatouille”-inspired Attraction Coming to France Pavilion: Similar to the 4-D attraction Ratatouille: The Adventure that opened at the Walt Disney Studios Park in Paris in 2014, guests will be able to shrink to Remy’s size and scurry to safety in a dazzling chase across a kitchen with the sights, ounds and smells of Gusteau’s legendary Parisian restaurant. According to Disney leaders, this attraction will open in time for the 50th anniversary of Walt Disney World Resort in 2021.
Mission:SPACE Relaunches with New Experience August 13: Mission: SPACE’s Green Mission will take Guests on a brand new, more family-friendly journey on an exciting orbit of Earth, ending at Kennedy Space Center. Guests will see sites like the Hawaiian Islands, the “boot” of Italy and the Northern Lights. The Green Mission will also offer booster seats that will allow even younger cadets to enjoy the adventure as the height requirement on this mission only will be lowered to 40″.
The Orange Mission will continue to offer a more intense experience that lets Guests feel the force of an actual space launch en route to Mars. This mission still includes dodging meteoroids, a slingshot around the moon and attempting a precision landing on the Red Planet’s alien surface. The height requirement on the Orange Mission is still 44″.