Joy From ‘Inside Out’ Now Doing Meet and Greets at The Imagination Pavilion

(Screen Still: WDWNT)

Today is the day that a lot of things have been shifted over at Epcot.

Several character meet and greet locations have been moved and the MouseGear store has also moved to a temporary location next to it’s, now closed, original location.

Mickey Mouse has been moved to the upper level of the Imagination Pavilion, in the Pixar Film Fest area.

Joy has been added to the lower area where Vanellope and Ralph meet guests at the exit to the Journey Into Imagination attraction.  You can also enter around the back side of the pavilion through the gift shop.

She is located across from where you can meet the Wreck-It-Ralph characters.

(Screen Still: WDWNT)
(Screen Still: WDWNT)

Joy enters and exits through the same portal that the Wreck-It-Ralph characters do as well.

Since we couldn’t be there I went out to YouTube to find you a video to check out!

WDWNT was on top of it today and has several videos up featuring the changes. I recommend giving them a watch since they were all prepared! Make sure to give them a like too!

I do love how Bing Bong shows up on the wall around the queue.

(Screen Still: WDWNT)
(Screen Still: WDWNT)

Other character location changes include:

  • Mickey Mouse’s Imagination Pavilion meet and greet will debut. Mickey will meet guests in the queue area for Disney & Pixar Short Film Festival.
  • Joy will move into a new meet and greet area in the Imagination Pavilion.
  • Minnie Mouse will move to the gazebo in Showcase Plaza
  • Daisy will move from the Showcase Plaza gazebo to a location in Future World East

Baymax and Sadness will no longer meet guests.

What do you think? Comment and let us know!

Source: WDWNT on Youtube.

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