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QUIZ: How Well Do You Know Living With The Land at Epcot?

Jennifer Fickley-Baker

by , Editorial Content Manager, Walt Disney World Resort

One of my son’s first favorite attractions at the Walt Disney World Resort was Living with the Land at Epcot. Here, guests can experience the innovative ways that Disney Horticulturists grow all kinds of crops, including 9-pound lemons and Mickey-shaped pumpkins.

How well do you know this attraction? Put your knowledge to the test below!


  • “Listen To The Land” was such a fun and catchy tune! The Land is always one of our favorite midday stops in Epcot. It’s perfect for cooling off and eating a delicious meal or snack. It’s also a wonderfully peaceful atmosphere to calm down my little ones after a really fun day of excitement. Thanks for the reminiscing, Disney Blog!

  • 5/5 here. I love the Land Pavilion especially dinner at Garden Grill with farmer Mickey, Chip and Dale. I miss Symphony of Seeds and Listen to Land music plus Kitchen Kabaret and Soarin over California.

  • The Land has always been a wonderful pavilion. Our family first enjoyed it at
    EPCOT Center in 1984, loving Listen to the Land and Kitchen Kabaret, followed by delicious sandwiches for lunch from the Barbecue Store at Farmers Market. In 2003 at Epcot, my wife and I were celebrated in a Re-Hitchin’ ceremony presided over by Chip and Dale at Garden Grill. In September, we’re headed to The Land with five new-to-WDW family members, and I’m sure they’ll love Living with the Land and Soarin’ Around the World. The Land = The Best.

  • My first job out of college was Living with the Land in 1996- I loved… and still love, this attraction! A lot has changed since the time I worked there, but its still a favorite!

  • I love to ride both during the day and at night. Seeing the night sky through the greenhouse glass is a whole new way to love Living with the Land.

  • We love this ride so much! It has gone through a few changes but the ride still is a favorite of ours. There were times we thought guests didn’t appreciate it and it might seem to not bring in big crowds. But over the fast few years the demand has been great and we hope the ride doesn’t go by way of other rides at EPCOT.

  • 5/5 – my absolute favorite Epcot attraction! No trip is complete without it followed by a fun meal at Garden Grill. We always try to time it so that we have one morning to ride and then again for evening extra magic hours so that we can see it at night!

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