If you love theme parks, Epcot is the perfect mix of activities for both children and adults. It combines food, culture, and fun for a one of a kind experience. If you are planning to Epcot soon, you’ll want to pack in as much as possible. Here are the perfect What to do at Epcot Bucket List, 25 things to do in Epcot to get the most bang for your buck!
What to do at Epcot – 25 Bucket List Items
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Set up your Fast Passes
Before you even head to the park, download the Disney app and start choosing Fast Pass times. This way you will have rides reserved prior to arriving.
This is one of the most popular rides at Epcot, a ride that virtually lets you fly over the world. It is a must try attraction and quite relaxing.
Gran Fiesta Tour Starring the Three Caballeros
Enjoy all the colors of Mexico on this fun themed ride that is nice and relaxing as well.
The Friendship Boat
Hop on this ferry and let it take you to the World Showcase. It is the perfect, relaxing ride for when you are ready to take a break.
Martin Short hosts this video experience and allows you to see Canada up close and personal.
This grab-and-go eatery offers you German options sure to tempt the taste buds. Try German food and drinks that are delicious and authentic.
If you have ever wanted to travel to Morocco, this experience takes you there with authentic food and even belly dancers.
Reflections of China
This indoor presentation offers a virtual experience to help you better explore the sites of China!
Chefs de France
Ready for some French cuisine? This spot has tons of French wine, cheese, and chocolate waiting for you.
Explore the world of aquatics with this interactive experience you can enjoy at your own pace.
Let French acrobats entertain you at Serveur Amusant where you can get up and close to the daily live shows.
This continues to be one of the most famous What to do at Epcot rides! See Earth from space and enjoy the scenery without stepping into a rocket.
Collect character signatures
Keep your autograph books on hand, because your favorite Disney characters will be out and about signing for their fans.
Living with the Land
If you love to grow and garden, this boat tour will show you sustainable growing practices in action.
A simulation car ride take a test car out through it’s paces like you are on a real life test track.
Jeweled Dragon Acrobats
These Chinese Acrobats are ready to put on a show of epic proportions! Watch one of the daily live performances.
Grab a Dole Whip
These tasty pineapple desserts are what Disney is famous for! Be sure to grab one and cool off.
Frozen Ever After
Take a boat ride through the story of Frozen. This is where the old Norway boat ride is that I remember with my grandparents.
This is Epcot’s nightly fireworks display, sure to inspire you and leave you in awe. There really isn’t a bad spot to watch the fireworks from, so just get cozy and look up.
“Meet” those who have helped mold America into what it is! This experience focuses on America and important moments in history.
Collect some pins
Remember, if you have any Disney pins you can trade them at this time with Disney cast members.
Press a penny
Get cheap souvenirs when you use the press machines to stamp out your own souvenir penny.
Head to the Americas Garden Theatre
You will see all sorts of concerts (free!) in this area, so it is worth checking out the schedule of events for each day and attending.
This is another interactive show that takes place in the World Showcase. Get there a few minutes before showtime for a great seat.
Watch the British Invasion
The British are coming! Well, kinda. This is another entertaining street event you can see for free in the World Showcase.
Are you ready to head to Epcot and have a fun filled day? Consider these What to do at Epcot Bucket List items and you will see all there is to see and enjoy!
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