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News New Play Pavilion to replace Epcot's Wonders of Life

philly97flyer

Active Member
I think this may have been mentioned, but I would be surprised if this actually happens.
Kids play areas may be a thing of the past with this new Covid era we are living in.
Just a thought.
It’s literally no different than a bunch of people/kids being jammed together in other attractions/lines. I can’t believe we’re still using Covid as an excuse for everything.
 

TwilightZone

Well-Known Member
I think this may have been mentioned, but I would be surprised if this actually happens.
Kids play areas may be a thing of the past with this new Covid era we are living in.
Just a thought.
IDK I think once COVID is over people will flock to those to give their kids something fun or new to do.
However ones in theme parks, maybe. No one goes to a theme park to go to a play area.
 

Cmdr_Crimson

Well-Known Member
No one goes to a theme park to go to a play area.
Nope..
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No one goes..
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But, they reeeeeally like making them...
 

Coaster Lover

Well-Known Member
In the Parks
No
No one goes to a theme park to go to a play area.
Not sure if you have kids or not, so I'm not going to make any assumptions. But kids areas are a great "break" from the day. Parents get to sit for a bit (often in the shade or the AC) while kids get to run around and have fun without the boredom of waiting in a line. It's also a great option for the parent with a kid who's too short to ride a big ride with the rest of the family. Having something fun nearby for the shorties while the big kids ride Cosmic Rewind or Test Track will be very welcome.
 

TwilightZone

Well-Known Member
Not sure if you have kids or not, so I'm not going to make any assumptions. But kids areas are a great "break" from the day. Parents get to sit for a bit (often in the shade or the AC) while kids get to run around and have fun without the boredom of waiting in a line. It's also a great option for the parent with a kid who's too short to ride a big ride with the rest of the family. Having something fun nearby for the shorties while the big kids ride Cosmic Rewind or Test Track will be very welcome.
I don't, but good point! I often forget how good smaller experiences can be sadly.
 

Disney Maddux

Well-Known Member
Heh, kinda weird to re-read those first few pages, oh how I've changed. From a dumb freshman to a senior who now prefers Universal. Still a big fan of Zootopia, but not obsessed anymore (buuuut no promises that won't kick back in if a sequel is announced).

...now when is this opening, if at all at this point?
 

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