Things You Might Have Missed at Epcot – Part 4

Things You Might Have Missed at Epcot

Part 4

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.

Fountain of Nations – Future World

In the heart of Future World, the Fountain of Nations is full of 108,000 gallons of water and jets that can propel the water up to 150 feet in the air. With the water ballet timed to specific musical scores, this spectacle runs every 15 minutes and is sure to entertain each time you stop to see it.

Disney Fountain-Of-Nations

Teppan Edo – Japan World Showcase

Another restaurant hidden gem, Teppan Edo is an incredibly fun way to dine in the Japan Pavilion. The extremely talented Teppan chefs prepare your meal on the grill right in front of your eyes with their creativity and showmanship.  It’s entertaining and delicious – a perfect combination.  Be sure to make reservations.

Jeweled Dragon Acrobats – China World Showcase

In the China Pavilion, the Jeweled Dragon Acrobats show off their strength, agility, balance and flexibility as they perform various physical feats that defy gravity.  The shows are held just outside the China Pavilion.  With performances throughout the day, keep on the lookout as guests should not miss this show.

Disney Epcot jeweled-dragon-acrobats

School Bread – Norway World Showcase

At the Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe in Norway, there is one signature snack that has it’s own following. The school bread is a sweet bun filled with Vanilla Crème Custard, glazed with icing and topped with toasted coconut. If you haven’t tried it before, it’s a definite must-do.  You’re on vacation, don’t worry about counting calories!!

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