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A Closer Look: Walt Disney Imagineering Presents the Epcot Experience

Jeremy Schoolfield

by , Managing Editor, Walt Disney World Resort Public Relations

Epcot at Walt Disney World Resort is in the midst of a historic transformation, developing groundbreaking attractions and other unforgettable experiences.

If you’d like an enticing glimpse into the park’s bright future, I encourage you to visit Walt Disney Imagineering presents the Epcot Experience, which just opened inside the Odyssey Events Pavilion (between Test Track and the Mexico pavilion). This is the first in-depth look at what’s happening all across the park. To whet your appetite, check out this new video that gives some more details about Epcot Experience, from Imagineers who helped create it:

I was so mesmerized the first time I watched the 360-degree presentation inside Epcot Experience. There’s so much to take in, I immediately watched the 12-minute film again! And every time I’ve seen it since, I’m always discovering something new.

Epcot Experience is just part of the excitement happening at the park right now. A new nighttime spectacular, “Epcot Forever,” made its grand debut last week, full of fireworks, special effects and music that celebrate the past, present and future of Epcot every night above World Showcase Lagoon. Fall is also the time for foodies, as we’re right in the middle of the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival, offering tastes and sips from around the world along with the popular Eat to the Beat Concert Series each evening.

So the next time you’re in the park, grab a bite, take in a show (or three!) and be sure to stop by Epcot Experience. And keep checking Disney Parks Blog as we continue to cover this amazing transformation!

Comments

  • Will this experience still be on going at Christmas? If so i can’t wait to see what Epcot as to offer in the future. This is my son’s favourite park

  • In this video there’s a guitar learning up against the Mexico pavilion. Does this mean the rumors of “Gran Fiesta Tour Starring the Three Caballeros” being reimagined as “Coco” are true? I know nothing was announced at D23.

  • John, I doubt that. If anything, they may add a Coco attraction to Mexico without replacing Gran Fiesta Tour.

  • Where do I find the wait times at the parks

  • So is parking easier now? To me, the only drawback about visiting is walking miles to the main entrance gate. Florida summers are way too hot to be walking in direct sunlight from the farthest place in the parking lot.

  • Looking forward to seeing it in Dec!