With no parades or water park, Epcot is not your typical theme park. It's divided into two sections: Future World celebrates technological innovation, while the World Showcase focuses on international culture. Take a time machine-themed dark ride though the history of humankind at the park's landmark 18-story geodesic sphere. Have a space adventure in a motion simulator, or design a concept car and take it for a "test drive," a thrill-inducing ride. In the World Showcase, pavilions representing 11 different countries encircle a lake. Take a gentle ride on a Viking ship, marvel at the Chinese acrobats, or order a stein at the German beer garden. Kids can make free crafts and get a special stamp at each country. Each pavilion almost exclusively employs citizens from the represented countries, so you can get a native's perspective on any questions you have. To avoid lines, use the FastPass+ system to book reservations for some key attractions, but be aware the slots fill up fast for the most popular ones. With our online itinerary creator, Orlando attractions like Epcot can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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Mask up with no vents! Neeed areas that masks are not required, a down area with shade and seating. Food and Wine Festival was going on but did not understand the rules this year, so I didn't... more »
Nothing about Disney is disappointing, even in these unprecedented times. Their ability to make social distancing possible and the reservation system to even get entry to the parks worked great... more »
Epcot offers unique experience of getting to see different countries at one place. Each country's pavilion is decked up in such a splendid way. You get the real feel of being in that country. The attention to detail is impeccable. A good place to spend a day with friends and family. Where sneakers or comfortable shoes as there is so much to walk and explore. The food is good too. You can eat at any country's pavilion which makes your trip even more enjoyable. Food of course is expensive but is worth spending.
The Magical Epcot Vacation Experience of a lifetime. Epcot was the most, magical all adventure experience ever. My two son's loved the talking turtle name crush. This amazing Disney Turtle, name Crush was having a real conversation with my son Rain. And the breathe taking ride, called soaring we road the ride at least 3 times. My youngest son had so much fun, meeting all his Disney favorite characters. Most of all, he loved hang out with Chip and Dale the famous Disney Chipmunks. Every guest has to visit, the Epcot International Food Festival in September- October each year!
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