Lest you be under any false pretense that the current period of upheaval at Walt Disney World was over, two MORE attractions have been put on notice at Disney’s Hollywood Studios as well as Epcot. Though Disney has not confirmed either of these closures, well–placed sources (as well as some recent activity in these parks) make these rumors seem very credible, and we wouldn't be surprised to see official confirmation in the next few weeks.
1. Innoventions West at Epcot
Epcot's Innoventions West has already lost several exhibits over the past few months, including IBM THINK, and now speculation seems to indicate that this whole area may be closed for good by the summertime. WDW Magic reports that their source states that the last day of operation for this attraction will be in May of 2015, with only the Disney VISA character meet and greet potentially moving to a new location post-closure.
Innoventions West has been rumored to be on the chopping block before (especially as it is notorious for attracting barely any foot traffic, even on busy park days), but considering the massive changes underway all over Walt Disney World, we’re inclined to believe this attraction will actually be closing for real this time. Exhibits that will be leaving along with Innoventions West will be The Great Piggy Bank Adventure, Where's The Fire and the Videogame Playground.
Although it looks like the days are numbered for Innoventions West, there are no plans to modify or close neighboring Innoventions East, which currently houses the popular Sum of All Thrills exhibit.