Epcot's World Showcase is truly one of the most inspiring and amazing themed areas ever created. While Future World is currently going through a very difficult time (many pavilions are either empty or in need of an update), World Showcase continues to be very popular among Guests, even though the area still needs a lot more attractions. While we wait for those to be added, lets take a look around and see what is currently being done around this area of Epcot.

First of all,

The Mill Stage (located in Canada) was restored to its original state a few months ago:

The United Kingdom:

The American Adventure:



Work on one of the gardens that will be open as part of the Flower & Garden Festival continues:

The Chinese temple is currently behind tarps:

The back of the building:

More work is also being done on a nearby structure:

Work on the new Frozen Ever After attraction continues:

Notice that there's now a bigger opening on the outer wall of the building:

These temporary barricades should be removed in the next few months. Originally, the attraction was actually expected to soft-open to Epcot Guests in December 2015, just before the closure of Soarin':

The new Frozen character greeting location (the Royal Sommerhaus) continues to take shape nearby:

New rockwork is being built behind the cottage:

We'll conclude with Mexico:

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PHOTOS BY: Alex, Official Orlando Theme Park News Team Member and Photographer.

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