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View of the iconic Epcot Spaceship Earth geosphere referred to as the giant golf ball
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Travel Around the World at Epcot

The Epcot® theme park is part of the Walt Disney World Resort family of parks, which includes Disney’s Magic Kingdom®, Disney’s Animal Kingdom®, and Disney’s Hollywood Studios®. The 300-acre Epcot® park is a celebration of human achievement, international culture and innovation that looks to the future.


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The World Showcase
Eleven pavilions in the World Showcase surround the World Showcase Lagoon and represent the nations of Canada, China, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Morocco, Norway, the United Kingdom and the USA. Each pavilion’s landscape, shops, restaurants and attractions represent the corresponding nation’s culture. Daisy Duck lives near the World Showcase Plaza, while Donald makes his home in the Mexican Pavilion. Every night the Lagoon reflects one of the best firework shows in the Disney parks.
 
Kids might find the World Showcase a little subdued compared to other Disney attractions, but they can meet Elsa and Anna from Frozen at the Norway Pavilion, while the China Pavilion hosts the amazing Jeweled Dragon Acrobats and is home to Mulan.

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Future World is definitely the more kid-friendly of Epcot’s two areas. Children can explore the ocean with Nemo and his friends at the Sea's Pavilion, which includes dolphins and the Turtle Talk with Crush show. Head to a Character Spot to meet Joy and Sadness from Inside Out, Baymax from Big Hero Six, or Ralph and Vanellope from Wreck-It Ralph.

For a different type of attraction, check out Soarin’, where a massive movie screen gives your the illusion of soaring over some of the world’s most majestic landscape and architecture, including the Eiffel Tower and the Great Wall of China.

Epcot's iconic spaceship earth geosphere that is referred to by most as the giant golf ball

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Getting to Epcot® & Tickets

From Orlando, head southwest on the I-4, following the signs to get to the Walt Disney World Resort.

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