Mission: SPACE at Epcot in Walt Disney World has been closed for a refurbishment. We are so excited that the attraction is scheduled to re-open to guests on August 13th. Even better, there will be exciting changes to the attraction upon re-opening! There will be even more to enjoy about the attraction than before and you definitely won’t want to miss the new fun coming to Future World.
When the attraction re-opens on August 13th, there will be one brand new experience and updates to the original Mission: SPACE attraction:
- The brand new experience to join the Mission: SPACE family is the Green Mission. This mission is an orbit around our planet Earth. Sites to see on the exploration include the islands of Hawaii, the Northern lights, Italy, etc. and all from space. The final landing place is back at Kennedy Space Center, located in Florida. This one is definitely fun for the whole family! It has been enhanced with special booster seats that allow children 40 to 44 inches to ride, where it was usually limited to over 44 inches and above.
- The Orange Mission at the attraction has been updated and enhanced with HD video. This updated video quality will allow you to see better images as you take an exciting trip to Mars and dodge meteoroids and other space objects along the way.
What do you all think of these changes? Who else can’t wait to experience the changes at Mission: SPACE?