For guests who took part in the Leave a Legacy program at EPCOT some 20 years ago, it is time to rejoice. The Leave a Legacy photos have returned after a two year relocation. Now these tiles of images taken over 20 years ago greet guests before entering the park.
The new wall of Leave a Legacy tiles is taller than the original monuments and line the left side of EPCOT’s main entrance. The myriad of color gives it a new look and matches the newly painted ticket booths. It’s nice to see some color rather than the drab silver and black tiles that were the original style.
Guests can scan a QR code at the Leave a Legacy wall, visit Guest Relations, or use the EpcotTileFinder.com website to locate a tile. There is also an explanation of the Leave a Legacy program for those unfamiliar with it. It is interesting to note that this explanation includes the use of EPCOT in all capital letters as well as Epcot.
The Leave a Legacy program offered EPCOT guests the opportunity to commemorate the dawn of the third millennium by contributing their images to the Epcot legacy sculpture.EPCOT is a park that celebrates the world – a place that invites collaboration and connections, where people from all cultures can come together and share their stories. Guests that participated in the program shared their images with us, creating a beautiful representation of EPCOT’s global community. These panels continue to celebrate the spirit of optimism that is passed from one generation to the next, a living testament to the promise of tomorrow.
On a whim I decided to check EpcotTileFinder.com to see if I could locate the *NSYNC tile; it requires a first and last name. So I tried “Justin Timberlake” and got a result. Eventually I tried all five members of the band, and everyone has a tile,… everyone that is except Joey Fatone. We’ll scope out these tiles and take pictures on our next EPCOT visit, and that ain’t no lie.
Did you ever browse the Leave a Legacy monuments? What do you think of the new set up?