Epcot’s Future World
If the Magic Kingdom’s Tomorrowland is a window to the future, than Future World is the door. Future World, at Epcot, was designed from Walt’s very own idea that Epcot would be a place to tackle real-world issues to create a more utopian society.
Leave A Legacy
Leave A Legacy was added to Epcot as part of the Millennium Celebration as a way for guests to become part of the ideals and dreams of Epcot in the 21st Century.
Spaceship Earth is not only Epcot‚Äôs central icon, it is an attraction that traces the history of human communication through the millennia.
Universe of Energy
The Universe of Energy traces the impact that energy production and consumption has had on the development of the modern society.
Mission Space revolves around the activities at the International Space Training Center (ISTC) and their work on deep space travel. You can even take part in a mission while visiting Epcot.
Test Track uses technology that rivals any other attraction ever produced and sends its ‚Äútest dummies‚Äù on a heart-racing, pulse-pounding screamer of a ride.
Innoventions is the Epcot equivalent of a technology trade show. Here new technologies are exhibited that will affect our lives and work today. Using tomorrow‚Äôs technology, today.
The Seas with Nemo and Friends
The Living Seas with Nemo and Friends takes one of the best attractions at Epcot and makes it better by adding some of the most beloved characters from Pixar‚Äôs Finding Nemo.
The Land shows us new and exciting ways to build towards a sustainable world. Larger than all of Tomorrowland, The Land incorporates several key areas to showcase these groundbreaking advances.
Journey Into Imagination with Figment
Journey into Imagination with Figment adds a new take on the original story and its very own purple dragon. Join Dr. Nigel Channing on a journey you won’t forget.