Epcot Guide

Epcot Guide

Epcot is located south of Magic Kingdom on Disney property, and right next to the Beach Club, Yacht Club, and Boardwalk resorts. The transportation options to get into Epcot are the bus, monorail from the Ticket and Transportation Center, Boat from Hollywood Studios, or to drive in on your own. 


Epcot is broken down into four worlds, the World Showcase, World Celebration, World Nature, and World Discovery. The Word Showcase is the most famous of the World’s and holds most of the visiting crowd. World Nature area holds the Land Pavilion, Moana Journey of Water, and Seas Pavilion. World Celebration and World Discovery hold some Epcot classic’s such as Spaceship Earth and the Motion Pavilion. 

The world showcase Countries

  • Canada 
  • Italy
  • Morocco
  • Germany
  • United Kingdom
  • American Adventure
  • Mexico
  • China
  • Japan
  • Norway
  • France

Drinking around the world

One thing a lot of adults visiting Epcot do is, Drink Around the World. Getting one drink in every country until you’ve visited all countries in the World Showcase. There are even more stops if Epcot is hosting a festival with additional country stands. Drinking around the World is a lot of fun, but as always be careful with the Florida heat and drinking. Another thing that often gets forgotten is most World Showcase countries don’t have similar types of alcohol. You may end up mixing tequila, vodka, beer and other types of alcohol if you want to go to every country.




  • Frozen Ever After

  • Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure

  • Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind

  • Living with the Land

  • Mission Space

  • Soarin’ Around the World

  • Test Track

Test Track, Soarin’ and Mission Space are skippable in my personal opinion. They’re fun to add into your schedule if you have the time but not something you should base your day around. Living with the Land is a controversial one, some visitors think it’s not worth it but I love it. That one is up to you on if you want to skip it or not.

epcot special events

  • International Flower and Garden Festival
  • International Food and Wine Festival
  • International Festival of the Arts
  • International Festival of the Holidays

The festivals are a fantastic time to visit Epcot, there are additional food booths, entertainment, activities and decorations. The flip side is the crowds are considerably higher. If you do visit during a festival be sure to check out the different garden designs!

Epcot may lack rides but there is a ton to do here. While you’re walking through the World Showcase there are entertainment spots that hold different themed shows throughout the day. Be sure to check the entertainment schedules so you don’t miss Matsuriza, Reflections of China, or Luminous; the daily fireworks display. Epcot is a foodie’s dream, and a lot of Disney guests will visit another park during the day and plan their dinners at Epcot.

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