‘Journey of Water, Inspired by Moana’ Will Be Delayed Until After 2021
The global Coornavirus pandemic has put a lot on hold in the Disney universe. Both parks close down for a month in March of 2020. Disney World reopened in July with good standings but the Disneyland Resort is still closed with no opening day in sight.
The year 2021 was supposed to be a BIG year for Walt Disney World. Being it’s 50th anniversary, some big openings were in store. Those plans are on halt right now.
One of those plans was to be in EPCOT: Journey of Water, Inspired by Moana, which will probably won’t open until after 2021.
“I’m incredibly optimistic about what 2021 and beyond is going to look like,” says Josh D’Amaro, chairman, Disney parks, experiences, and products. “You see people with tears in their eyes,” he adds. “These experiences are very meaningful – maybe even more meaningful now. When the world starts to open up and change, (visitors) will come back quickly, and we will be ready.”
Journey of the Water, Inspired by Moana – This will be the first Disney Parks experience inspired by the hit Walt Disney Animation Studios film. This lush exploration trail will invite guests to meet and play with magical, living water. Just like Moana’s friend the ocean, water will have a personality of its own, helping guests learn how to protect the natural water cycle in a fun and engaging way.
Disney’s big plans are still happening, we just may have to wait a bit longer to see them. Stay tuned with MickeyBlog for the latest!
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Source: USA Today