The Disney Epcot Center is two small worlds/areas combined to make one large theme park. The first visitor’s experience at Disney Epcot Center is FUTURE WORLD, a scientific zone divided into different sections such as: agriculture, automotive safety, fossil fuels and geography. The second experience is the WORLD’S SHOWCASE. This area will permit you and your family the opportunity to travel around the world and only stop in friendly countries. Circling a 40 acre lake, the 1.3 mile jaunt will take you to eleven national pavilions which are filled with native entertainment, food and merchandise.
Before you start reading the many articles we have provided to help you plan your day or days at the Disney Epcot Center, might we suggest watching the video which is playing above. This video will give you and your family members a flavor for what you are going to experience at Worlds’ Largest Fair. The first thing you are going to notice about the Disney Epcot Center is it does not have many thrill rides; however, you will find it is not short on exhibits and attractions which cater to all ages. To assist you in your planning, we have developed a Disney Epcot Center attraction guide. The guide breaks down all the attractions in the two separate areas of Epcot along with a brief summary of each attraction and shows you which age group the each attraction is targeting.
Center overview provides a map of Epcot Center, touring tips, entertainment
options, dining options and more.
Special Hints: Every night, Epcot features a special fireworks and laser light show which is sponsored by General Electric. All locations around the lake are exceptional to views the show; however, we have found the best place is right in front of the China Exhibit.
The Epcot Center Food and Wine Festival is one of the top attractions at Epcot. This festival takes place every October and Disney brings in some of the top Food and Wine critics in the World.
Of all the four major theme parks, Disney Epcot Center is the best park to enjoy as nice meal, but let us be the first to warn you that you many of the restaurants fill up very quickly so reservations are needed. Here is an Epcot Center dining guide to assist you in finding the perfect restaurant for your family.
Even though Epcot was just built in 1982 it does have a lot of history and some of the Epcot attractions have changed
over the years to make them better for the guests. In order to truly appreciate Epcot you might want to read about Epcot’s history and these
fun facts about the theme park before visiting.