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Epcot

5 stars:

Trusted Customer reviewed 24 Mar, 2020

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Travel in time and space

With your Walt Disney World tickets, 'out of this world' is well within reach and travelling around the globe takes no more effort than travelling around the block! Epcot is an ever-changing, always entertaining world of discovery where you can explore the wonders of the universe and cultures from around the planet.

Our guide to Epcot

At Epcot, high tech fun and Disney imagination are combined with the wonder of diverse cultures in two distinct worlds: Future World and World Showcase. Use your Disney tickets to visit 11 countries in one day and experience an adventure unlike any other on earth. Among the highlights you will discover:

Fun for Kids

  • The Seas with Nemo & Friends: Greet all your favourite characters from Disney/Pixar's '’Finding Nemo'’ amid the live marine life of the gigantic aquarium.
  • Epcot Character Spot: grab your autograph book and camera – your favourite Characters are waiting to meet you!
  • Turtle Talk With Crush: A totally interactive show. Go under the sea and have a conversation with Crush, the sea turtle from Disney/Pixar's 'Finding Nemo'.

Big Thrills

  • Mission:SPACE: Launch off on a simulated space adventure in which each guest plays a unique role. Choose from the full force original or an exciting but milder journey, both finish with a landing on Mars.
  • Test Track: Presented by Chevrolet, design your own custom-concept vehicle and take it for a test drive! Discover just how fast, fast really is on this high-octane thrill ride that reaches speeds of 65 miles per hour. It's a ride you'll want to take again and again!
  • Soarin’ Around the World: Soar high in the sky and feel the wind race across your face during a hand-gliding flight across the globe.

Family Fun

  • Frozen Ever After: Set sail in Arendelle on this family attraction and then stop by the Royal Sommerhus for an encounter with the famed sisters.
  • Spaceship Earth: Take a journey through time from prehistoric man’s first words all the way to the 21st century’s cyber age.
  • World Showcase: You’ll feel like you’re strolling across the globe as you experience the sights, sounds and tastes of 11 different countries in one day. Kids will love Disney's Kim Possible World Showcase Adventure inspired by Disney Channel's Emmy Award-winning animated series.

Your Disney Tickets allow you to encounter all of the above plus much more at Epcot, two big worlds of discovery...one incredible experience – click on the ‘rides’ tab for a full list of attractions at Epcot.

Tips & Tricks - Epcot

Why not take a change of clothes and a towel for kids so they can cool off running through the fountains?

Rides

Our guide to Epcot

Soarin' Around the World

Soarin' Around the World

Minimum Height Required: 102cm or taller

Take flight on a breezy, airborne adventure as you hang glide above the breathtaking wonders of the world. See the world’s wonders including the majestic Swiss Alps, the Great Wall of China, the Great Pyramids of Egypt and the Taj Mahal in India like you never have before. No mountain is too high. No landscape is too far.

Frozen Ever After

Frozen Ever After

Voyage to Arendelle aboard an ancient Nordic vessel as you take a musical tour of the wintery world of Frozen. Soon, you’ll be rubbing shoulders with some “boulders”- a.k.a. Kristoff’s family from Troll Valley -before bracing for the cold. Behold the wonder… and keep an eye out for Anna, Olaf and a few more Frozen friends.

Test Track

Test Track

Minimum Height Required: 102cm or taller

Design a virtual concept car and put it to the test on this thrilling, high-octane attraction. Rev through rough terrain and obstacles along the winding circuit. Accelerate through straightaways, maneuver switchbacks through inclement weather, hug curves banked at 50-degree angles and scale hills up to 3 stories high reaching speeds up to 65 miles per hour!

Mission:SPACE

Mission:SPACE

Minimum Height Required: 102cm or taller

What’s it like to be an astronaut? You’ll find out on Mission: SPACE! Blast into the most thrilling ride ever - whether the full force NASA-style mission to Mars or orbiting the Earth on a more gentle ride through space.

The Seas with Nemo and Friends

The Seas with Nemo and Friends

Located in Future World, Epcot, The Seas with Nemo & Friends is a ride inspired by the characters from the Disney Pixar film 'Finding Nemo'. Board a "clamobile" and gently descend below the waves into a colorful underwater world where Nemo and his friends explore colorful tropical reefs, discover ancient shipwrecks, meet beautiful sea creatures and avoid lurking peril.

Turtle Talk with Crush

Turtle Talk with Crush

Go under the sea and have a conversation with Crush, the sea turtle from Disney/Pixar's 'Finding Nemo'. Using his high-tech “hydrophone,” Crush can communicate directly with little dudes and dudettes about literally anything that’s on their minds. Pick his brain about marine biology, his friends, his favourite food, life in general—it’s totally up to you!

Epcot Character Spot

Epcot Character Spot

Say hello to some beloved Disney friends in their cartoon clubhouse in Future World. Mickey just wants to make us smile. He is a talented star, gracious host and a loyal friend. Minnie Mouse is every bit a lady! She’s devoted to her sweetheart Mickey and always makes her friends feel special. Goofy likes to keep things simple. No hurries, no worries and always plenty of laughs. Gawrsh! Location

Spaceship Earth

Spaceship Earth

Spaceship Earth is a slow-moving 16-minute ride through time and space. Audio Animatronic scenes depict the stirring story of human connection from the dawn of recorded time to the 21st century's cyber age. Over a dramatic 63-piece orchestral and 24-vocal musical score, famed actress Dame Judi Dench relays the story of how each generation of mankind has paved the way for the next.

IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth

IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth

Finish you visit to Epcot with this nightly spectacular of fireworks, lasers and high-energy soundtrack.

World Showcase

World Showcase

Minimum Height Required: 1.12m

Visit 11 countries in one day! From the streets of Paris to the Bavarian countryside, immerse yourself in the architecture, landscapes, streetscapes, attractions, shops and restaurants of 11 themed pavilions - each staffed by actual citizens from those countries.

Reviews

Average 4.4 out of 5 (4222 customer reviews)

★★★★★ ★★★★★

Good day out

5 stars:

Pauline Heath reviewed 24 Mar,2020

Went during a festival so very busy but a lot to see and do

5 stars:

Gillian Butt reviewed 23 Mar,2020

It’s a bit of A buildingsite at the moment. But a unique park.

4 stars:

Kim Vreys reviewed 15 Mar,2020

People went out of their way to help.

5 stars:

Catherine Bostock reviewed 10 Mar,2020

Really fun park loads of great activities smaller queues really enjoyed our day

4 stars:

Lisa Fleming reviewed 10 Mar,2020

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FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions for Epcot

What is Epcot?

Epcot is one of the 6 Walt Disney World Parks, dedicated to celebrating human achievement within technology and culture. The Park is filled with exciting attractions and educational experiences that will fill guests of all ages with joy and wonder at the world around us. 

How big is Epcot?

Epcot is a large theme park and one you will want to spend at least a day, possibly 2, exploring. It is divided into two distinct areas, the Showcase Plaza and the World Showcase, and situated around a large lake. Throughout the Park you'll find a number of exciting thrill and family-friendly attractions interspersed with cultural pavilions that aim to educate and amaze guests about the many wonderful countries there are to explore in the world. 

How many days do you need for Epcot?

As with all the Walt Disney World Parks, there is plenty to see and do in Epcot. For this reason, we sell the fully flexible Disney's Ultimate Tickets, which allow you to hop between parks and revisit your favourites over a course of 7 or 14 days. Epcot has many fantastic attractions as well as the World Showcase to explore, so you are definitely going to want to revisit!

What rides are at Epcot?

At Epcot you can find lots of innovative rides and experience cultures from around the world. You can find rides such as Soarin' Around the World, Test Track, Mission: Space and Frozen Ever After.

Where is Epcot located?

Epcot is located at Bay Lake, Florida, within the Disney area. It is walking distance to Disney's Boardwalk and a short drive or shuttle from Disney's Hollywood Studios.

Is Epcot good for younger children?

Epcot is a great park for younger children as there are plenty of interactive activities and attractions to keep them entertained. If your children love Frozen, then they'll love visiting Anna and Elsa in Arendelle before boarding the amazing Frozen Ever After attraction o see Elsa and friends in action. 

How much is the food & wine festival at Epcot?

The Food & Wine festival takes place between July and November at Epcot. The event takes a fun and cultural look at culinary highlights from around the world and brings guests closer together as they celebrate the best dining experiences from Epcot's many pavilions. The event itself is included in your general admission ticket, although food and drink is not included and need to be purchased separately. 

When is the Flower and Garden festival at Epcot?

The Flower & Garden Festival at Epcot usually takes place around the beginning to mid May. Around the park you will find incredible topiary and floral creations of your favourite Disney characters.

Where is best to eat at Epcot?

There are so many incredible places to eat in Epcot at the World Showcase with different cuisines and flavours from all around the world. Try Teppen Edo for some incredible Teppanyaki or head to 'England' for a nostalgic bite of traditional English fish and chips. To find out more about some of the amazing food on sale at Epcot, read our blog on top Epcot snacks

How many countries are represented in Epcot?

Epcot has 11 pavilions each themed and representing a different country. These include Canada, UK, France, Norway, Mexico, USA, Morocco, Japan, Italy, Germany and China.

What rides should I FastPass at Epcot?

During busy times of year, the rides we recommend getting a Disney's Fastpass+ reservation for Soarin' Around the World, Frozen Ever After and/or Test Track. As you can book up to 3 Fastpass+ reservations per day in the Disney parks in advance, it is recommended to try for one of these (subject to availability). These rides are all in the same Fastpass+ tier which means you will only be able to book one per day in advance, so we recommend coming back for a second visit. For more information on booking Fastpass+ reservations, check out our guide to Walt Disney World Fastpass+ recommendations.

What is Frozen Ever After at Epcot?

Frozen Ever After is a ride at Epcot taking you on a Nordic musical journey following your favourite characters from the film Frozen. On your journey, you'll meet Anna, Elsa and the adorable Olaf and Sven as you cruise through the icy wonders of Arendelle. 

What does Epcot stand for?

Epcot is an acronym meaning 'Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow'.

What is Illuminations at Epcot?

Illuminations was the firework display which took place every evening at Epcot. This has now been replaced by a new firework, laser and light show (HarmonioUS). The show takes place every evening when the park closes for around 12 minutes over the World Showcase Lagoon.

Where is pick a pearl at Epcot?

You can do a pick a pearl inside the large Mitsukoshi store at the Japan Pavilion.

When did Epcot open in Florida?

Epcot opened in 1982 as the Epcot Centre.

When does Guardians of the Galaxy open?

Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind is a new ride due to open in time for the 50th anniversary in 2021. This is going to be a roller coaster with cars that can rotate 360 degrees. Also coming in 2021 is the amazing Remy's Ratatouille Adventure. The ride will shrink riders to the size of Remy the rat as they race through Chef Gusteau’s restaurant.

Can you park at Epcot?

Parking is available at a charge per day. Parking starts from around $25 per day, per car. However, if you are staying at a Disney Resort Hotel, you can either walk (depending on your hotel choice) or travel to the Park using the free Disney transportation. 

Can you see dolphins at Epcot?

Epcot currently houses 4 dolphins in its pavilion. You can also do a dolphin encounter which will need to be booked directly at the park. 

What time does Epcot close?

Epcot usually opens from 11am until around 7pm although times are subject to change, so it is best to check before you travel.

What is inside the Epcot sphere?

Spaceship Earth is a geodesic sphere that serves as the symbolic structure of Epcot. It is also the name of the attraction inside the dome. On this attraction, guests travel through time and space to explore the remarkable history of human development. 

How do you get from Epcot to other Disney parks?

With your ticket you have access to the Disney transportation system. This includes the Disney shuttle buses, monorail and the skyliner.

How often does the Epcot monorail run?

The monorail runs between Magic Kingdom, Epcot and select Disney Deluxe resorts. There are 3 lines and usually run every 5-15 minutes.

How tall is the Epcot ball?

The Spaceship Earth is 165 diameter and is the largest free standing sphere in the World! The structure is 180 feet (18 stories) tall (the sphere starts 15 feet above the ground). The structure weighs close to 16 million pounds.

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