The EPCOT sign has been removed from atop the park’s parking toll plaza.
The Spaceship Earth-inspired panels were removed from around the EPCOT sign in November of last year. When Disney installed the new parking lot name signs a few days ago, they also announced the toll plaza would get new signage.
For now, the plaza looks relatively blank, with no decorations or signage atop it.
EPCOT has gone back to the uppercase style of name in the past few years, but the parking plaza sign still featured lowercase letters.
Above is what the sign and white panels looked like. The decór and sign were added to the plaza in the 1990s when the name of the park was last changed.
Inside EPCOT, signage has been slowly replaced over the past couple of years as the park’s look is completely updated. The final Future World sign was removed last fall, and the old “Welcome to Epcot” signs were removed in the summer. Directional signage throughout the park is now color-coded to the different “neighborhoods” and features new pavilion logos and rounded lettering.
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