Things You Might Have Missed at Epcot – Part 1

Things You Might Have Missed at Epcot

Part 1

With both Future World and the World Showcase, it’s easy to see why many guests consider Epcot to be Two parks in One.  With over 1.2 miles to cover around the World Showcase alone, it’s easy to miss some of the hidden gems in the park, especially if they’re a little further from the path.  If you’re looking to get the full experience, make sure you add these overlooked items at Epcot to your must-do list.

Bruce The Shark at Living Seas  – After riding The Seas with Nemo and Friends, it can be tempting to head back into the park, but there is plenty to see in the Seabase once you exit the attraction.  Take your picture inside the jaws of Bruce the shark and then head over to check out the other aquariums and learn about the over 4000 kinds of aquatic life found in the Seas.   

Fish & Chips in The World Showcase – While passing through the U.K. Pavilion, make sure to stop and sample the Fish & Chips. If you’re looking just for a quick bite, the Yorkshire County Fish Shop is a quick service stand to grab your order and continue on your way. But if you have some time to relax, grab a pint at the Rose & Crown and enjoy your Fish & Chips in the comfort of an authentic English pub.


Morocco Mosaics in the World Showcase Morocco Pavilion – The mosaic tiles in the Morocco Pavilion are incredibly beautiful pieces of art.  King Hassan II sent actual Moroccan artists to design and create the pieces. The colors and patterns are so meticulously put together that you could easily believe they were perfect, though each mosaic has flawed tiles intentionally added due to religious beliefs.

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Voices of Liberty in World Showcase U.S. Pavilion – This group is an 8-member a capella group who sing in the American Adventure Pavilion throughout the day, often as a pre-show to the 30-minute stage show. They sing all sorts of popular and seasonal songs and each note echoes perfectly off the walls in the rotunda of the building, filling the hall with music.

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