The exhibit featured Joe Gardner from Disney and Pixar’s Soul – and guests were invited on a musical tour of America with stops in New Orleans, Chicago, New York, Los Angeles, and San Juan to learn about this inspirational genre of music.
All the cases and displays have been removed, and art has been added to the walls where the exhibit once sat. Outside the pavilion, the banners used to showcase ‘The Soul of Jazz: An American Adventure’ and now they read “Creation Tradition: Innovation and Change in American Indian Art.” Which is the exhibit that is located on the opposite side of the pavilion.
Here are photos of the exhibit before the closure.
We have no word on if this will end up getting replaced with something new or not. This area was great for guests to experience while waiting for the show or the Voices of Liberty. What would you like to see in this space?
Hi, I'm Erica, and I write about all things Disney. Before working for The DIS, I was a theme park performer at SeaWorld, but I also performed at Disney. I have such an immense love for theme parks to the point I studied them in college.