Epcot’s Project Tomorrow is currently closed to all guests. Project Tomorrow: Inventing the Wonders of the Future is located outside of Spaceship Earth and allowed guests to build, create, compete and play in a series of exhibits that bring innovative ideas and technologies to life.
Disney World’s website describes the attraction below:
“After your journey through Spaceship Earth, explore the latest in high-tech science.
Assemble a digital human body using technology developed to perform remote surgeries. Hit the road in a driving simulation game that demonstrates accident avoidance systems. Take a peek at groundbreaking medical diagnostics for your home.
You can even view the video from the future you made while riding through Spaceship Earth—and email it to family and friends from a Project Tomorrow kiosk!”
All exhibits are closed to guests and seats are marked so that guests can maintain physical distancing.
It’s a little sad seeing all of the monitors turned off, but understandable that Disney doesn’t want a lot of guests to gather in one area.
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