Construction Has Begun For The Demolition Of The Fountain Of Nations At Epcot

Epcot’s big project overhaul is slowly progressing and surely at Walt Disney World as this will bring a total different look towards the park. All of big news announcements were shared at the D23 Expo 2019 back in August and can recap the news here to learn more.

The Fountain of Nations has begun construction work for demolition of the large entertaining fountain that has been part of the park’s opening since 1982. It had 200 pneumatic water shooters that created dancing water shows that delighted guests at both day and nighttime.

Overview view of some of construction progress on the Fountain of Nations. Source: (© BlogMickey)

The news was first reported back in July of this year for the closure of Fountain of Nations with many other areas in park that mainly focused on Future World for the complete project overhaul. Majority of the fountain jets are still intact so far but, the stage in front of it has been completed removed.

It’s going to be a while till the estimate project completion of the Fountain of Nations is removed but, Future World isn’t the only project for demolition in which the entire west side of Innoventions is to be cleared for the brand upcoming attraction for the “Journey of Water-Inspired by Moana”. To recap the full details by visiting here for what this new attraction will be like.

Construction work has officially begun on the Fountain of Nations at Epcot. Source: (© BlogMickey)

Epcot’s future for it’s transformation will be something totally unique and different as their is plenty of work to do, in also terms of preparation of Walt Disney World’s 50th anniversary that is going on currently to be ready in 2021. Stay tuned for more updates and details!

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