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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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  • Epcot is such a great park to visit during a visit at Walt Disney World. It is literally a monument about mankind from science discoveries, history, culture, nature, and even about countries. All I ca...  more »
  • It was a full day, we walk a lot. The kids have fun too with the Passport, too bad we didn't know it at the beginning, and we had to turn around in various pavilions and we just can't get from 2 countries. Has far fewer toys, but still worth the walk.
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  • A theme park that need a total makeover, a 180-degree turn, a journey into the 21st century. Stayed in the dreams of the future of 40 years ago. The same attractions from a decade ago. Rows that are still very long due to the few games that exist. Pure animatronic that today are more scary than joy. Not stay until night, basically the Park does not have decent lighting, is all black except for the giant ball. It is sad to see that a park changes those games that you either adored (think of universal that eventually get Jaws, Twister, King Kong original, earthquake, and more), but is much more sad to see that not made no change fall times running (following (with universal became Transformers, Spiderman, Jimmy Fallon's race, King Kong and skull island, among other ❤️). Epcot went from being a window to the future, one of the last... sad witness to the passage of time. You will need a "magic investment" so that the public follow by choosing it as a liable in Orlando. Indeed, he is so unattractive that do not remove any photo with my cell phone, but only to make the photo pass in the part of the countries. Something to note: each country which one travels, that continues to be what saves this park, especially for gastronomy and its atmosphere. It is expensive to eat there but it is worthwhile, each country has its delicious menu, native to each place staffed. They should invest and do attractions that complement special places: a ride of coconut in Mexico, another of Ratatouille in France, and thus each one of the most important, that reviving the Park!
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  • Great place for adults. I feel that small kids get the short end of the stick here. Its fun but not kid oriented. And that's fine because Disney world is right next door. Still a beautiful place to visit. The new "Frozen" is pretty awesome. Also the fireworks display at night is phenomenal. Plan ahead and book your fast passes.
  • This is great for kids but the rides are not really....well rides they are more like shows. If you are here you should definitely try out Test track, The land, and spaceship earth. Now if I could only do 1 ride here it would definitely be Mission space. I don’t want to spoil anything but it is absolutely amazing. You definitely don’t want to miss Mission space. HAVE FUN
  • Epcot is absolutely amazing. Disney itself is amazing but I really enjoy Epcot since it is almost like the "Adult" theme park for Disney. Sure it is still Disney but there is alcohol and all sorts of other things. One of the best things is the various festivals and other things going on throughout the year. My favorite (which I am sure is other) is the Food & Wine Festival. It is super awesome, amazing food, and really good drinks. You get to walk around and see all the various cultures from around the world and try all the food & other things. If you are an Adult who wants to be treated as one in a kid-friendly place. GO to Epcot :).
  • This is my favorite park for many reasons. However the World Showcase is fun for everyone with its wide array of food and gifts. I feel like the food and especially the drinking options have improved since my last visit. The Land has a nice long river ride, Spaceship Earth is a must for first timers, and Test Track is just awesome. What i like most about Epcot is that you can enjoy it without having to wait in lines for rides, its fun just strolling about.
  • Fun place with plenty to do for the whole family. There are ride throughout the park but most rides are in future world. Best to plan your day in advance or you will spend a lot of your time wandering from place to place. World Showcase opens at 11AM so if you get there early you can see most of future world first then head out to World Showcase. Many good restaurants in both areas. Again prior planning helps.
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