EPCOT Park at Disney World is home to Spaceship Earth, and one of Walt Disney’s most ambitious projects for a community of tomorrow. Filled with areas like the World Showcase, and sections that honor Technology, our Planet, and people coming together, there is a lot this park has to offer. Our list covers EPCOT rides and attractions, restaurants, and shows. As well as the Best Snacks, and the Best Days to Visit Epcot. This List of Things to Do at EPCOT can help you plan your vacation so that you don’t miss a thing. Check out everything on the EPCOT Checklist you can do, see and eat during your next visit.
- 1 All About EPCOT Park at Disney World
- 2 EPCOT Park Tickets
- 3 EPCOT Park Hours
- 4 What is the Best Day to Visit EPCOT?
- 5 EPCOT Parking and Transportation
- 6 Things to Do at EPCOT Walt Disney World
- 7 EPCOT Rides & Attractions
- 8 EPCOT Park Characters
- 9 EPCOT Park Restaurants
- 10 EPCOT Park Itinerary
- 11 EPCOT Park Sections Guide
- 12 World Celebration
- 13 World Discovery
- 14 World Nature
- 15 World Showcase
- 16 Epcot Shows
- 17 Printable EPCOT Checklist
- 18 EPCOT Club 33
- 19 Epcot Annual Festivals
- 20 Hidden Mickeys at EPCOT Park
- 21 Best Snacks at EPCOT Park
- 22 Hotels and Resorts Near EPCOT Park
- 23 EPCOT Disney World Map
- 24 EPCOT Park Details
All About EPCOT Park at Disney World
EPCOT Park is best known for the park icon, Spaceship Earth. This architectural wonder not only stands at the entrance of the park, but also features light shows and the Spaceship Earth ride inside it. Home to the EPCOT Festivals, this park is known for the Frozen Ever After Ride, Soarin’ at the Land Building and the new Moana Journey of Water attraction. Add in dozens of cultural cusines features in restaurants and outdoor kitchens across the park, and you’ll have plenty to do. Whether you’re cramming this park into one day or a week, here are all the things you need to know before you go. Including the things to do, see and eat at EPCOT Park.
EPCOT Park Tickets
While Disney World Tickets are not specific to each of the four theme parks, you simply need buy a WDW ticket and it will get you into any of the four theme parks: EPCOT, Hollywood Studios, Animal Kingdom or Magic Kingdom. In fact, if you’re hoping to try for two or more parks in one day, you simply need add the Park Hopper Ticket to your purchase, and voila! Purchase an EPCOT Park Ticket or Disney Vacation Package to get your Disney Vacation plans started.
Disney Genie+ and Lightning Lane Ticket Add Ons
While the planning portion of Disney Genie+ is free to use within the My Disney Experience App, the ride reservation system is separate. Billed per person, per day, you have two choices when purchases this add-on to your EPCOT ticket.
Purchasing Genie+ Plus allows you the option to select 2 rides for which you can skip the line, aka wait in the Lightning Lane instead of the regular line. The Lightning Lane line typically moves faster, and since you select the times you plan on returning to the ride in Genie+ Plus, helps you maximize your Disney Park Time. When you use Genie+ strategically, you select ride times in the early part of the day first, so that you can add additional rides to your account throughout the day, once those initial rides are completed. This is called “stacking” rides and can often get you onto more rides throughout the day.
Individual Lightning Lane on the other hand, while named the same as the ride line, is a for purchase individual ride option, also accessible in the app. This is specific to only certain popular rides. In EPCOT the Individual Lightning Lane Option is Guardians of the Galaxy Cosmic Rewind. An alternative to Lightning Lane is using the Virtual Queue Boarding Pass system to reserve your spot in line.
EPCOT Park Hours
EPCOT Park Hours are typically 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM. This doesn’t include Early Entry or Extended Evening Hours. As a result be sure to check out the Up to Date Hours and Event Schedules on the Disney 5 Day Calendar. Or on the My Disney Experience App, which you should have downloaded on your phone prior to your vacation. Note, that in EPCOT during the festivals, the outdoor kitchens open at 11:00 am. This means you have a couple hours in the park, ahead of the festival crowds to tackle rides.
- Early Entry Hours ( when offered): 8:30 AM to 9:00 AM
- EPCOT Daytime Hours: 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM
- EPCOT Festival Hours: 11:00 AM to 9:00 PM
- Extended Evening Hours ( when offered): 9:00 PM to 11:00 PM
Early Morning Entry and Extended Evening Hours
Early Entry Hours are available to Disney Resort Guests and allows guests to enter the park 30 minutes prior to park opening. To make the most of your extra time, we recommend arriving at the park gates, at least 30 minutes before your Early Theme Park Entry time. While some of the EPCOT Park sections may not be open, it still gets you close to the action to get into lines early, or just enjoy the park.
Extended Evening Hours
Available to Disney Deluxe Resort Guests, the Extended Evening Hours allow you to stay an hour or two after the park closes. This is also a huge perk for guests interested in riding Guardians of the Galaxy, which requires a virtual queue boarding pass. If you’re staying at a Disney Deluxe Resort, you get the option, to join the 6:00 PM Virtual Queue for Guardians which allows you the chance to ride the ride. Be sure to the check out the details of getting a Virtual Queue Boarding Pass which you can access in the My Disney Experience App.
What is the Best Day to Visit EPCOT?
The best days to visit EPCOT are Tuesdays, and Wednesdays for lower crowd levels. With Mondays following a close third place. Due to the fact that most locals have a busy start to the workweek and don’t tend to head to EPCOT on Mondays. Weekdays at Epcot are usually safe. Since this is one of the food and drink meccas in Orlando, Florida, you can bet that weekends and evenings get pretty packed, and if you’re there during a festival of any kind avoid the weekends completely. Check out the full post on the Best Days to Visit Walt Disney World for a sample itinerary.
What is the Busiest Day at EPCOT?
The busiest days at EPCOT are Saturdays and Sundays. With Friday following close behind. The crowd levels on these days are due to the heavy influx of local Disney Annual Passholders, combined with both incoming and outgoing family vacationers to the parks.
- Sunday is the busiest day at every Walt Disney World Park.
- Saturday the second busiest.
- Monday the third busiest.
- Friday the fourth busiest.
How Many Days Do you Need at EPCOT?
EPCOT is a 2-Day Park when you’re visiting for a festival. With rides and attractions in each World Showcase country as well other areas of the park, you’ll want to plan ample time in this park. Rides like Soarin’, Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure, Guardians of the Galaxy Cosmic Rewind, and Frozen Ever After are all popular and you should plan for the waits. Epcot Festivals add another layer of things to do, like trying out foods, taking classes, watching performances, shows and playing games. As such, you will need at least 2 days at EPCOT to fit it all in. And even then, you may still not get to everything. While you can definitely fit EPCOT into One Day, you won’t get to ride everything, or experience all the areas of the park.
EPCOT Park Capacity
Walt Disney World’s EPCOT Park is most frequented during the festival seasons, which happen four times a year, almost back to back. Summers are noticeably crowded. Luckily, EPCOT Capacity Levels are monitored closely to improve Guest Experience. EPCOT can hold between 110,000 people a day, but typically sees between 35,000- 40,000 visitors per day. Check out our Disney World Maximum Capacity Post for details on each park.
Places at EPCOT to Take Breaks
EPCOT Park is easy to navigate and offers plenty of hidden spaces within each World Showcase country. Also, given it’s location next door to Disney’s BoardWalk, there are even more places to take a break at Disney if you need a break. we always recommend taking breaks when you can. Check out all the places in EPCOT to take a break. We generally recommend building in break time during your Disney trip during the hottest and busiest part of the day, between 12-4 PM.
EPCOT Parking and Transportation
EPCOT Park has it’s own parking lot as well as transportation access by Disney Monorail, Disney Skyliner, and Boat! Of all the parks, EPCOT is one of the most centrally located, near the Disney Boardwalk, and Disney Springs. The address of EPCOT is at 200 Epcot Center Drive, Orlando, FL 32830.
If Driving: Just park! While Epcot’s parking lot is nowhere as big as Magic Kingdom’s it’s still quite a hike to the main gates, so be ready to hike it, or grab a tram from your car.
From the Monorail: EPCOT is available on the monorail that attaches to the TTC; Ticket and Transportation Center. The TTC attaches to the rail serving the Polynesian Resort, Grand Floridian Resort, and Contemporary Resort. As such, if you’re staying at any of these resorts, you can simply transfer at the TTC to the EPCOT Monorail.
From the Boat: EPCOT can be reached by a small ferry if you’re staying at the Swan and Dolphin or any of the Boardwalk resorts. The EPCOT boat dock is found at the back of the park, at EPCOT’s International Gateway.
By Disney Bus: Every Disney resort bus goes to EPCOT. So, if you’re staying on property at Disney World, you can get to EPCOT quite easily by bus.
Things to Do at EPCOT Walt Disney World
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Known for its nonstop annual festivals, EPCOT Park is also home to the Behind the Seeds Tour; well worth the time if you’re interested in the ways Disney’s spectacular food gets on the table.
EPCOT Rides & Attractions
EPCOT has some of the more popular rides at Disney World. As such, if you’re hoping to ride many of them, it’s important to have a Disney Ride Strategy. Be sure to save the busiest rides for morning or evening magic hours. Don’t waste a Genie+ Lightning Lane at these times, unless it’s for a popular ride, as fewer people in the parks mean a much shorter wait at rides. However, you’ll want to plan our your EPCOT day to get in the things you care about most. Don’t forget that EPCOT is also home to the Kidcot Fun Stops, offering the chance for kids to track their journey around the World Showcase with cute cards to color, and an interaction with a cast member in each country. Check out the Best Rides at Disney World, for a rundown of favorites to build in to your EPCOT Must Do Days.
- Disney & Pixar Short Film Festival
- Journey Into Imagination with Figment
- Spaceship Earth
- Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind
- Mission: SPACE
- Test Track
- Awesome Planet
- Journey of Water, Inspired by Moana
- Living with the Land
- Seas with Nemo & Friends
- Turtle Talk with Crush
- Gran Fiesta Tour- Mexico
- Frozen Ever After- Norway
- Reflections of China- China
- The American Adventure- United States
- Beauty and the Beast Sing Along- France
- Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure– France
- Canada Far & Wide- Canada
EPCOT Park Characters
Characters at EPCOT Park tend to be limited to meet and greets and Disney Character Dining Restaurants. While it’s common to see Disney Characters across other parks in parades, and sometimes strolling around, EPCOT doesn’t have those kinds of characters. Check out everywhere you can find Characters at Disney World.
- Meet Disney Pals at EPCOT Main Entrance
- Meet Disney Pals at Disney and Pixar Short Film Festival
- Meet Figment inside ImageWorks
- Meet Joy inside ImageWorks
- Meet Mickey and Friends at Garden Grill Restaurant
- Meet Mulan in China
- Meet Princess Aurora in France
- Meet Princess Jasmine in Morocco
- Meet Snow White in Germany
- Meet Asha in World Showcase Plaza
- Meet Winnie the Pooh in the UK
- Meet Alice in the UK
- Meet Anna and Elsa at the Royal Sommerhus Norway
- Meet Belle in France
- Meet Donald Duck in Mexico
- Meet Disney Princesses at Akershus Norway
EPCOT Park Restaurants
With a variety of cultures represented in Epcot’s World Showcase, there are tons of food options here! Check out all the Best Restaurants in Epcot so you can find your new favorite place to eat at Epcot. Read the Reviews: EPCOT Park Restaurants.
Quick Service Restaurants in EPCOT
Breakfast and Lunch at EPCOT offers a lot of options. With so many different kinds of cultural cuisines available there is plenty to choose from. Oddly, we like the restaurants that are bit more under the radar. Les Halles Boulangerie Patisserie in France, is a favorite. Check out our Best Quick Service Restaurants in EPCOT so you only pick the good places to grab a bite.
- Connections Cafe and Eatery- World Celebration
- Crepes a Emporter by La Creperie de Paris-France
- Katsura Grill- Japan
- La Cantina de San Angel– Mexico
- Les Halles Boulangerie Patisserie- France
- Lotus Blossom Cafe- China
- Refreshment Port- World Showcase Plaza
- Regal Eagle Smokehouse Craft Drafts and BBQ– United States
- Sommerfest- Germany
- Sunshine Seasons- World Nature
- Yorkshire County Fish Shop- UK
Table Service Restaurants in EPCOT
EPCOT Park has a variety of restaurants spanning cultural flavors. Home to Disney Princess Restaurant, Akershus, this park draws both families and adults alike. Other restaurant worth noting here are Garden Grill, featuring Mickey and Friends, Space 220 Lounge and Restaurant, and the popular Via Napoli Ristorante.
- Akershus Royal Banquet Hall- Norway
- Biergarten Restaurant- Germany
- Chefs de France- France
- Coral Reef Restaurant- World Nature
- Garden Grill Restaurant- World Nature
- La Creperie de Paris-France
- La Hacienda de San Angel- Mexico
- Le Cellier Steakhouse- Canada
- Monsieur Paul- France
- Nine Dragons Restaurant- China
- Rose and Crown- UK
- San Angel Inn Restaurante- Mexico
- Shiki-Sai Sushi Izakaya- Japan
- Space 220 Restaurant– World Discovery
- Spice Road Table- Morocco
- Takumi Tei- Japan
- Teppan Edo– Japan
- Tutto Italia Ristorante- Italy
- Via Napoli Ristorante e Pizzeria– Italy
EPCOT Festival Dining Packages
As part of the EPCOT Festivals held annually, you can also take advantage of Dining Packages to the nightly concerts. This allows you to grab dinner and also secure a seat at the concert. For the most popular events, like the Candlelight Processional, the dining package can often be a godsend.
- Disney on Broadway Concert Series Dining Package
- Garden Rocks Dining Package
- Eat to the Beat Dining Package
- Candlelight Processional Dining Package
EPCOT Park Itinerary
Planning a day or two at EPCOT need not be difficult. Separated into 4 areas, it’s easy to simply tackle certain areas each day. But if you’re trying to fit Epcot into one day, check out our Top 10 Things in EPCOT to do. Check out our guide on Planning a Day at Disney to get a handle on tips and recommendations.
Day 1 at EPCOT Park
Chances of you visiting EPCOT Park while a festival is happening is pretty good. As such, we’ll factor that into your Epcot Itinerary Plan. Arrive early when the park opens to tackle your must do rides. Soarin’, Frozen Ever After and Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure are all top choices. Remember that Guardians of the Galaxy Cosmic Rewind requires a Virtual Queue Boarding Pass so be sure to grab one when it becomes available in the My Disney Experience App at 7 AM. Fill your morning hours with important rides so that you can head to the Festival Kitchens at 11am when they open. Around 4pm, the locals will descend on EPCOT. At that point we recommend you take a break and head to the Disney Boardwalk. There you can grab dinner, ( We like Trattoria al Forno and Ale and Compass best) or rent the surrey bikes. Anything to get out of the crowds. Return to EPCOT after get in any last minute things. Grab a bag of Werther’s caramel popcorn and watch the Nighttime show near the parks closing time.
Day 2 at EPCOT Park
Day 2 at EPCOT Park is all about finishing up what you didn’t on your first day. If you were unable to ride Guardians of the Galaxy, try for another boarding pass today, they also drop at 1pm in the app, and at 6 pm in the app for Disney Deluxe Resort Guests during days with extended evening hours. Other attractions to add to your list are the Gran Fiesta Tour in Mexico, Living with the Land, and Spaceship Earth. Take today to meet characters and watch the impromptu shows in each country. Musicians, acrobats and performers all have showtimes throughout the day. Head to the Space 220 Lounge for a drink, and plan to grab pizza at Via Napoli for dinner. And since you caught the Nighttime show your first day, you can leave before the park closes to catch an early night and skip the crowds at the bus depot and monorail station.
EPCOT Park Sections Guide
This section of the post includes what you can find in each area of EPCOT Park. Separated into 4 neighborhoods, Epcot highlights the connection of people. Across countries, people connect in the World Showcase. We all share the planet in World Nature, we come together in World Celebration and we discover a way forward in World Discovery. Here you will find rides, restaurants and shows. GUIDE LEGEND: ( TS)= Table Service, Reservation Recommended (QS) = Quick Service, Walk-Up Counter. (S) = Snack.
This area of the park opens to the entrance. Including Spaceship Earth, the Starbucks at EPCOT, and Communicore Plaza, this space acts as the hub of the park.
▢ Spaceship Earth
▢ Disney & Pixar Short Film Festival
▢ Journey into Imagination with Figment
▢Bubble Gum Wall at the exits of Spaceship Earth. Check out our Instagram Wall post to see them all.
▢ Connections Cafe( QS)
▢ Connections Eatery (QS)
▢ Meet Disney Pals at EPCOT Main Entrance
▢ Meet Disney Pals at Disney and Pixar Short Film Festival
▢ Meet Figment inside ImageWorks
▢ Meet Joy inside ImageWorks
▢ Creations Shop
▢ Club Cool
▢ Disney Traders
▢ Gateway Gifts
Featuring technological advances, Space travel and all things progress, World Discovery is home to Guardians of the Galaxy, and the Space 220 Restaurant.
▢ Rose Gold Wall at Mission Space
▢ Mission: SPACE
▢ Test Track
▢ Guardians of the Galaxy Cosmic Rewind
▢ Refreshment Station ( S)
▢ Taste Track (S)
▢ Space 220 Restaurant ( TS, Lounge)
▢ Test Track SIMporium
▢ Treasures of Xandar
▢ Mission SPACE Cargo Bay
Home to the NEW Journey of Water inspired by Moana, this area of the park honors the planet with The Land and Seas buildings, and rides that share that same theme.
▢Toothpaste Wall at Coral Reef Restaurant
▢ The Seas with Nemo and Friends
▢Living with the Land
▢ Awesome Planet
▢ Journey of Water, Inspired by Moana
▢ Sunshine Seasons (QS)
▢ The Garden Grill (TS)
▢ Coral Reef Restaurant(TS)
▢ SeaBase Gift Shop
The most popular section of EPCOT, World Showcase includes 11 countries with restaurants, rides and performances in each. Check out what you can find in each area of World Showcase.
▢ Ducktales World Showcase Adventure
▢ KidCot Fun Stops
▢ Refreshment Outpost ( S)
▢ Refreshment Port ( S)
▢ Port of Entry Gift Shops
▢ Gran Fiesta Tour starring the Three Caballeros
▢ Mariachi Cobre
Character Meet and Greet
▢ Donald Duck
▢ La Tienda Encantada
▢ Plaza de los Amigos
▢ Frozen Ever After
▢ Akershus Royal Banquet Hall ( TS)
▢ Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe ( S)
Character Meet and Greet
▢ Meet Anna and Elsa at the Royal Sommerhus
▢ The Fjording
▢ Dragon Legend Acrobats
▢ Yong Feng Shangdian Shop
▢ China Circlevision 360
▢ Lotus Blossom Cafe (QS)
▢ Nine Dragons ( TS)
▢ Joy of Tea (S)
Character Meet and Greet
▢ House of Good Fortune
▢ Biergarten (TS)
▢ Karamell-Kuche (S)
Character Meet and Greet
▢ Snow White
▢ die Weihnachts Ecke Christmas Shoppe
▢ Das Kaufhaus
▢ Stein Haus
▢ il Bel Cristallo
▢ La Bottega Italiana
▢ The American Adventure
▢ Fife and Drum ( S) | American Dream
▢ Regal Eagle Smokehouse and BBQ ( QS)
▢ Block & Hans (QS)
▢ Art of Disney
▢ Matsuriza Japanese Drummers
▢ Kawaii Museum Exhibit
▢ Teppan Edo ( TS)
▢ Shiki-Sai ( TS)
▢ Kabuki Cafe (QS)
▢ Katsura Grill (QS)
▢ Mitsukoshi Department Store
▢ Matboukha Groove Live Music
▢ Tangierine Cafe ( S)
▢ Spice Road Table ( QS)
Character Meet and Greet
▢ Aladdin and Jasmine
▢ Serveur Amusant Acrobats
▢ La Maison du Vin Shopping
▢ Beauty and the Beast Sing-A-Long
▢ Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure
▢ Chefs de France ( TS)
▢ Les Halles Boulangerie Patisserie ( QS)
▢ L’Artisan des Glaces ( S)
▢ Monsieur Paul (TS)
▢ Les Vins des Chefs de France (QS)
▢ La Creperie de Paris ( TS and QS)
Character Meet and Greet
▢ Belle and Aurora
▢ Souvenirs de France
▢ Les Vins de France
▢ La Signature
▢ Rose and Crown Dining Room (TS)
▢ Rose and Crown Pub (Lounge)
▢ UK Beer Cart (S)
▢ Yorkshire County Fish Shop (QS)
Character Meet and Greet
▢ Mary Poppins, Alice, and Winnie the Pooh
▢ The Crown and Crest
▢ Lords and Ladies
▢ The Queens Table
▢ Victoria Gardens Walk and Waterfall
▢ Canada Far and Wide
▢ La Cellier Steakhouse (TS)
▢ Canadian Trading Post
▢ Luminous the Symphony of Us Nighttime Spectacular
EPCOT features a Nighttime Spectacular called Luminous! New in 2023, this show includes pyrotechnics, and original soundtrack, and fireworks. Shown just before closing, this nighttime show can be seen from all areas of the World Showcase.
Printable EPCOT Checklist
If you’re hoping to keep tabs on everything you can do in the park, you can get the EPCOT Checklist PDF to save to your iPhone as an iBook, or file. Click the image to get the full PDF of EPCOT Rides and Restaurants.
EPCOT Club 33
Located in the America Adventure building, this Club 33 location is decorated in the classic style and honors our four fathers. If you’re heading to the Regal Eagle Smokehouse you’ll be able to see the Club 33 “doorbell” at the door on the front of building, but this is just a decoy. Club 33 at America Adventure is actually accessible via a hidden entrance, like all the other locations.
Epcot Annual Festivals
Festivals area mainstay at EPCOT Park, and offer additional things to do in the park, throughout the year.
Festival of the Arts | Mid-January to Mid-February
The Festival of the Arts is a winter festival featuring Disney artists and Broadway concerts in the evening. As one of the smaller festivals, EPCOT Festival of the Arts also includes artful foods in the kitchens, the Figment Brush with the Masters game, and Festival of the Arts Photo Ops across the park.
Flower and Garden Festival | March- Early July
This springtime festival at EPCOT features Disney character shaped topiaries all over the park, and a variety of gardens. Including a Butterfly House, Tea Gardens, and flowers covering almost all of the park, there is plenty to experience at the EPCOT Flower and Garden Festival. This festival also includes the Garden Rocks Concert Series, and Spike the Bees Pollen Nation Scavenger Hunt game.
Food and Wine Festival | Mid-July- November
The EPCOT Food and Wine Festival is the most popular festival at Disney World. Sometimes known for drinking around the world, EPCOT’s Food and Wine Festival showcases a variety of foods and culinary techniques from around the world. This festival also includes Remy’s Scavenger Hunt Game, and the Eat to the Beat Concert Series.
Festival of Holidays | December
This Christmas festival at Disney World is one of the best, and honors holidays from around the world. In addition to festive foods across the parks, one of the most popular events at the EPCOT Festival of Holidays is the Candlelight Processional. A MUST-Do for the holiday season if attending. Festival of Holidays also includes the Cookie Stroll, and holiday storyteller performances in each World Showcase country.
Hidden Mickeys at EPCOT Park
We love searching for Hidden mickeys at Walt Disney World and EPCOT has a lot of them! From stones in the sidewalk to the drain covers in the fish pond found in Japan, be on the lookout for Hidden Mickeys everywhere you go!
Best Snacks at EPCOT Park
Looking for the Best Snacks in EPCOT? From the American Dream slushy to the Cronuts, we’ve rounded up our favorite Epcot Snacks so far! And the ones most worth your Disney Snack Dollars! Check out our New Snacks at Disney post for even more snacks to try. And if you’re up for savory snacks, we’ve pulled together the Best Non-Dessert Snacks at Disney too.
- Choza de Margarita: Chips and Guac
- Fife and Drum: The American Dream
- Funnel Cake: Funnel Cakes
- Gelateria Toscana: Espresso Affogato
- Joy of Tea: Egg Rolls
- Kabuki Cafe: Kakigori
- Karamell Kuche: Werther’s Caramel Popcorn
- Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe: School Bread
- L’Artisan des Glaces: Macaron Ice Cream Sandwich
- Les Halles Boulangerie Patisserie: Pastries
- Oasis Sweets and Sips: Pastry Assortments
- Popcorn in Canada: Popcorn
- Refreshment Outpost: Pineapple Skewer
- Refreshment Port: Poutine
- Regal Eagle Smokehouse and BBQ: Banana Pudding
- Sommerfest: Pretzel Bread Pudding
- Tangierine Cafe Flavors of Medina: Kebabs
Where to Find Coffee in EPCOT
Coffee at Walt Disney World can be found most places and EPCOT offers up a Starbucks, plus coffee options in each country. You can grab Coffee at Starbucks in EPCOT, located at Connections Cafe. Or head to the Joffrey’s for coffee, tea and a big pink donut, located in 4 places around the parks.
Hotels and Resorts Near EPCOT Park
EPCOT is next door to the BoardWalk Resorts, and offers the closest lodging. Disney’s Beach Club Resort is the closest hotel to EPCOT, accessible trough the International Gateway. Others nearby are the Yacht Club and Disney’s BoardWalk Inn. Also in walking distance of EPCOT are the Marriott Resorts at Disney World: The Swan Hotel, Dolphin Hotel and Swan Reserve.
EPCOT Disney World Map
EPCOT Park Details
While we think you could spend days getting to it all if you’re more pressed for time you can tackle our Top 10 Things to Do at EPCOT. Looking for your next Disney photo op? Check out the Disney Walls of Instagram for your next Disney photoshoot. For Up to Date Hours and Event Schedules check out the EPCOT Hours and Calendar. READ MORE on the EPCOT Park page.
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