Disney announced it’s making some major changes to its Epcot theme park at the Walt Disney World resort in Bay Lake, Florida.
It will be the “biggest transformation of any Disney theme park in history,” the company said in a press statement. It will feature a new “engaging and immersive” showcase, where park-goers are offered a 360-degree film presentation; dimensional photo opportunities, where guests get their picture taken in a four-dimensional space, and more. Guests are able to visualize Epcot's future plans at a new experience center inside the Odyssey Events Pavilion. There's an interactive exhibit that plays a 12-minute looping video showcasing the exciting changes coming to Epcot.
Epcot continues the biggest transformation developing groundbreaking attractions, magnificent new landscapes and unforgettable entertainment spectaculars. Guests can have their pictures taken inside four dimensional photo locations specially designed for the Epcot Experience. Perfect for sharing on social media, these photo ops make it seem as if guests are standing atop the iconic Spaceship Earth geosphere or shrunk to the size of Remy from Disney and Pixar's "Ratatouille," among others.