In a previous post we gave you ways to kill time at Magic Kingdom Park. However, it’s doesn’t matter what park you are in, we all find ourselves with time to waste. Maybe it’s 10 minutes before your next FastPass+ window… Maybe it’s 30 minutes before your upcoming Advanced Dining Reservation. Either way, here are 5 ways to kill time at Epcot.
One of my favorite attractions at Walt Disney World is Living with the Land. I especially love the second half of the ride where you take the slow journey through the greenhouses. This is likely because I am such a bad gardener and am awed but the amazing plants and trees on display. That’s why we were so excited to do the Behind the Seeds Tour at Epcot’s The Land Pavilion during our #EPICDisney vacation. Not only was it incredibly informative, it has to be one of the biggest hidden bargains at Walt Disney World. For the low, low, low, low bargain price of $25pp you get a one-hour-ish (likely a little more) walking tour of the research facility and greenhouses.
This year’s Epcot International Food & Wine Festival is starting tomorrow (8/31/17). To get ready for this fall festival let’s take a look at some of the fun events and food we have to look forward to this year.
Every spring Epcot comes alive with pretty posies, over-the-top topiaries and fresh flavors. This year is no different. Beginning Friday, March 3, the 2017 Epcot Flower and Garden Festival kick off with lots of fun happenings. Here is a guest guide to all the fun: Continue reading “2017 Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival Guest Guide”
As we enter the waning days of winter (thank goodness), it’s the perfect time to start thinking about and preparing for summer. For my family, summer means our annual trip to Walt Disney World which in turn means trying to find ways to beat the heat.
In this issue of the News From the World of Disney entertainment news ruled the roost again with the release of the name of the new Star Wars offering and 11 posters from the upcoming Beauty & The Beast live action feature.
Friday, January 13 begins a new era for Epcot with the kick-off of a brand new festival. The Epcot International Festival of Arts will run for six weekends ending on February 20. Billed as the perfect combination of art, entertainment and food, there will be something for all to see, hear and taste.
Walt Disney World will definitely be ‘Awakening’ summer with a bevy of announcements today regarding their line-up of new and revamped attractions, shows and dining options.
Mickey’s Royal Friendship Faire stage show will be premiering in June at the Magic Kingdom. (Link)
October 23 – If you are looking to bling your MagicBands you can now do that right in the Magic Kingdom. The new MagicBand on Demand is located inside the Tomorrowland Light & Power Co. near Space Mountain. (Link)
Written by Sue Nowicki
September 25 – The 20th Epcot Food & Wine Festival is officially open. With kiosks from around the world to tempt even the pickiest taste buds you are sure to find a new favorite. (Link)