Living With the Land Gets Incredible New Update at EPCOT!

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Living with the Land Greenhouse at EPCOT

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One of the most beloved attractions at EPCOT (and a personal favorite of mine), Living with the Land, has received an update that fans will be incredibly pleased about.

Over the past few weeks, Guests began noticing that the film scene within the attraction needed to be more in sync. We’re referring here to the location you encounter just before entering the greenhouses. While it’s never good for fans to see this, Disney was working on a few things behind the scenes, and we now have a brand new digital film scene in this section of the attraction!

As you will see from the below video from The EPCOT Queen on Twitter, the scenes have been updated alongside new audio:

It’s incredible how such a small change can bring Living with the Land into 2019 and out of the 80s/90s. There are a few subtle differences in the audio, but you will see just how crisp the new visual look when compared to the original, which we have for you below:

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Living with the Land opened alongside the Park in 1982, where it was initially known as Listen to the Land. It’s been a fan favorite ever since and has served Guests the crops grown throughout The Land and Walt Disney World restaurants ever since.

With EPCOT fans on the edge of their seats about what’s to come at the Disney Parks panel at D23 in a couple of weeks, it is always good news that one of its classic attractions is getting an update.

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