New clues surface as to what is coming to the Norway Pavilion at Epcot

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New permits filed today to the South Florida Water Management District by Walt Disney World may give us a better idea of what we can expect as Frozen takes over the Norway pavilion at Epcot.

It appears that a new meet and greet building will be built between the Mexico and Norway pavilions at Epcot according to these new permits.

Construction is already underway at the former Maelstrom ride inside Norway to convert it to a Frozen attraction, this new building appears to also be part of the Frozen makeover of Norway.

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Here is a description from Disney about the new area being made over:

The project includes the following: construction of a 13,000 +/- sf building that will house a Disney guest attraction and a women’s restroom; construction of a 2,000 sf modular type building to replace a similar building demolished for the project; construction of two small parking lots that have a total of 18 parking spaces; relocation of piping and mechanical equipment associated with a beverage dispensing kiosk; modification and addition of sidewalks and planters; new underground utilities; modification to the existing restroom in the Norway attraction building.”

The new attraction that is replacing the former Maelstrom attraction inside the Norway pavilion at Epcot’s World Showcase is scheduled to open some time in 2016.

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via Theme Park Insider




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