Capture Works of Art with Disney PhotoPass during the Epcot International Festival of the Arts

Emily Southard

by , Communications Specialist

The Epcot International Festival of the Arts has returned to Walt Disney World Resort! You can catch captivating entertainment, enjoy a delicious menu of culinary delights, and explore a variety of galleries celebrating the visual arts. While you’re enjoying the many forms of art, Disney PhotoPass Service is committed to making sure you have a few masterpieces featuring the most important subject of them all: You!

Throughout Epcot during the festival, Disney PhotoPass is celebrating the art of photography and offering tons of unique and creative ways to capture your memories. My favorite festival photo opps are the ones that allow me to step into some of the most admired artwork from around the world. I’ve crossed the Delaware River with George Washington in my photos more times than I can count!

Let me paint you a better picture: Check out some of the festival photo opps below.

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In addition to these special festival photo locations, you’ll also find Disney PhotoPass at all the usual locations around Epcot.

PhotoPass collage, Walt Disney World Resort

Now, let’s look at the big picture! How are you going to take home all of these works of art? Try Memory Maker One Day! With Memory Maker One Day, you’ll get unlimited digital downloads of all your Disney PhotoPass photos taken in a single day at Walt Disney World Resort for just $69. That includes photos taken at participating attraction and dining locations, Character Experiences, and of course the beautiful photos captured by Disney PhotoPass photographers at scenic locations around the parks.*

Memory Maker One Day is available in the My Disney Experience mobile app once you’ve linked at least one Disney PhotoPass photo to your account from the day to which you plan to apply the entitlement. You can also purchase it at the Camera Center near the entrance to the Spaceship Earth attraction.

Just bring your smile and let Disney PhotoPass Service easel-y craft your memories at the Epcot International Festival of the Arts!

*Disney PhotoPass Service and Memory Maker are subject to the applicable terms and policies. Includes photos taken during the applicable Memory Maker Window as defined in such terms (generally, photos taken (i) within one day for Memory Maker One Day or (ii) within 30 days from the date of first activation for standard Memory Maker). If Memory Maker is purchased at the advance purchase price, any photos taken within 3 days of the date Memory Maker is purchased are not included and must be purchased separately. A MagicBand is required to receive certain attraction photos and other digital content. Online registration required. Disney PhotoPass Photos in your account will expire pursuant to the expiration policy. Downloads are restricted to personal use only. Not responsible for missing, lost or damaged photos. Subject to restrictions and change without notice. Valid theme park admission required for certain photo locations.


  • It would really be helpful to know where specifically these photo opportunities will be and the time frame. This would help us save time. I won’t have the time to wander around searching for these spots.

  • I was at Epcot yesterday and was disappointed to find that only the Scream & Mona Lisa art displays had a Photopass photographer to take pictures. I am on a trip by myself, so I didn’t have anyone to take my photo at the others. If you’re going to advertise these as Photopass opportunities, you need to put photographers at each location! Very disappointing. This is the thing I was looking forward to the most, because when I’ve visited past festivals it has been on the weekend and the lines for these were too long. I specifically planned my visit on a weekday this trip because I wanted to do these photo ops.

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