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One of 4 theme parks at Walt Disney World Resort, Epcot theme park sprawls across 300 acres—twice the size of Magic Kingdom park—and is divided into Future World and World Showcase. Here, creativity is encouraged, imagination is celebrated and...more
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We visited Epcot on the last day of our Disney weekend, spending about 9 hours here. We started off with French pastries for breakfast and then began to tackle the rides. We made it to every ride in the park. I would have liked to...More
The lines were insane during the holidays, but my husband said the beer in Canada was the best. We also watched the night show from Canada and it was great. I liked the passports for kids, but some of the passports were hard to find...More
Epcot is a really dated park concentrating on selling food at extortionate prices.
Unfortunately we visited on a Disney marathon day which meant that we lost nearly 2 hours of park time on our very expensive tickets to traffic jams and restricted movement within the...More
We had the best time in Disney as always we went playback at night for the fire works amazing! We also had awrsome dinner/ lunch earlier in the day at Via Napoli great pizza and we ordered a chicken Caesar salad it was the best...More
Epcot was an amazing experience, its by far the easiest way to "travel" the world through culinary experiences. This is a park that must be visited multiple times to experience everything. The Moroccan section was especially immersive. I also highly recommend staying to the end...More
We love the dining and shopping at Epcot! The Puffin's Roost (The shop in the Norway area) is our personal favorite. Soarin' and the Frozen rides get top billing, however, there are many other great activities!
The park itself is in good repair, but a lot of the attractions, including some video cameos of Hollywood stars, are a bit long in the tooth and in some need of serious updating if they want to attract younger families and consumers. We were...More
If you are not too keen to bundle up, then December is not the month to visit Orlando because you never know. When we reached there in mid-Nov, the weather was nice and warm, in the low 80's. After two days a cold system... More
If you are not too keen to bundle up, then December is not the month to visit Orlando because you never know. When we reached there in mid-Nov, the weather was nice and warm, in the low 80's. After two days a cold system moved in and the temperature plummeted below 60. It felt colder with windchill and we were thankful we had our coats and mitts.