The multi-year transformation of Epcot is in full swing, and with all of the new things coming to the park, we’re going to have to say goodbye to some old faves.
Today, we spotted that Electric Umbrella and Pin Central have both closed at the park!
In fact, Future World is starting to look pretty different all around. When you enter the park, there are Cast Members out with signs to point you in the right direction.
Since there is so much construction going on, the park has added in a variety of signs to help guests get where they need to go.
The area where both Electric Umbrella and Pin Central was is now completely closed off — you can just barely make out the top of the structure that had housed Pin Central.
The park has also recently added signage leading guests to the new temporary park exit.
While the landscape of the park has changed, if you were looking to grab a quick bite to eat at Electric Umbrella, don’t fret! There are now several other dining options to place replace it. For one, there is Eats at the Epcot Experience which is now open and offering classic and easy meal options, similar to the ones that were available on the menu at Electric Umbrella.
Additionally, Taste Track should be opening soon to bring guests a menu including favorites such as burgers and chicken fingers.
The closure of Electric Umbrella is permanent, so we’ll never sit under those neon umbrella lights again. However, it also marks a milestone of progress for the overhaul of Future World so we’re excited about what’s to come.
Are you more sad to see Electric Umbrella go or excited about what’s to come? Tell us in the comments!