NEWS: Opening Timeline Announced for ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ Coaster at EPCOT

There’s so much in store for EPCOT’s upcoming projects!

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One of the highly anticipated attractions coming to EPCOT is Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind and Disney just announced its opening timeline!

After several years of exciting anticipation, Disney has confirmed today that Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind will be opening to the public next year, in 2022! This will be a part of the 50th Anniversary celebrations of Disney World, which will last 18 months.


Disney has shared that this indoor rollercoaster will focus on storytelling as riders take in the galaxy around them via vehicles that allow for 360-degree movement. Yesterday, we got to go INSIDE the show building for the ride and check it out (click here to see our thoughts).


We’ve been loving the sneak peeks Disney has been giving us into the indoor rollercoaster and can’t wait to check it out firsthand. Imagineer Zach Riddley shared a photo of the vehicles that riders will board to prepare for their journey into the cosmos!

Ride Vehicles on Guardians of the Galaxy ©Zach Riddley

We can’t wait to start counting down the days until we can board our Nova ships along with Starlord, Groot, and Rocket and experience Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind! Stay tuned as we continue to update you with news of EPCOT’s coming attractions.

Check out Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure coming to EPCOT in 2021

Which upcoming EPCOT project are you most excited about? Tell us in the comments. 

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3 Replies to “NEWS: Opening Timeline Announced for ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ Coaster at EPCOT”

  1. I think this coaster is misplaced at Epcot and it also just a ripoff of technology previously used by Universal for a Harry Potter ride. Hollywood Studios or Magic Kingdom may have been a better location.

  2. I have a planned trip next summer, so I hope it means Summer 2022 and not December 2022. On a previous trip, I literally left the same day Toy Story Land opened, so I have a track record of missing openings.