Mom And Son Spaceship Earth
  • On Mar 10, 2010
    Bob from Berkshire Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    I have heard that the "leave a legacy" monoliths at the entrance to Epcot are to be moved. Do you know if this is so and, if it is, where they will be moved to?

    Hi Bob,

    The Leave a Legacy program at Epcot was discontinued in June 2007. We were lucky enough to take advantage of this cool idea before they stopped selling tiles. We like the idea of having a small reminder of our family at Disney World even when we can't really be there.

    I have heard a few rumors that Disney was considering relocating the large granite walls and picture tiles to another location, however I can tell you they were still standing tall and proud as of a few weeks ago. I did a little checking and asking to see if I could find anything about a move, but there are no confirmed reports anywhere that I can find. It looks, at least for the immediate future, they are remaining right where they are at.

    If you are searching for your tile and need help with the location, don't forget the Cast Members in the Camera Center (right under SPaceship Earth) can help you with your search.
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