Toy Story Land to Open at Walt Disney World in 2018

Yolanda Curtis
July 17, 2017

Joined by an entire host of new attractions, two of the greatest rides made arrangements for the recreation center's future will be founded on Ratatouille and Guardians of the Galaxy. First opened in 1982, Epcot was originally designed as a world's fair attraction, but has been criticized for looking exhausted in more recent years.

If you need a break from drinking across the world next time you're at Epcot, there will soon be some new out-of-this-world attractions.

A whole new transportation system of gondolas is planned, called the Disney Skyliner, to give guests a birds-eye view of Walt Disney World and connect the new Disney Vacation Club property, Disney's Art of Animation, Pop Century and Caribbean Beach resorts with Disney's Hollywood Studios and the International Gateway at Epcot.

Expect things to get very meta, because apparently, a young Peter Quill visited Epcot before he was whisked away from Earth. Try not to anticipate that it will be as high-adrenaline as Mission: Breakout!, yet affirmed to be a blend between a boring ride and a rollercoaster, it will without a doubt be a good time for the entire family.

One major announcement is a new restaurant that will be adjacent to the popular astronaut simulation ride Mission: Space, which itself is being updated and expanded.

Then, over at the Magic Kingdom, the Tron Lightcycle ride that's at Shanghai Disneyland will occupy a space in Tomorrowland, right next to Space Mountain.

Preview the Parisian version of the Ratatouille attraction in the video below. It'll be located in a brand new section of the park by the Eiffel Tower.

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