Epcot, stylized in all uppercase as EPCOT, is a theme park at the Walt Disney World Resort in Bay Lake, Florida. It is owned and operated by The … See more


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Mar 11, 2023
Way to crowded. Food and drinks way overpriced. Not enough electric cars.Waiting list should be coordinated to pick up at either locations ! Full review by Sightsee01422676820
Mar 11, 2023
Beautiful flower show going on during March. The exhibits of flowers and characters was amazing. Butterfly display also beautiful. Always impressed by the cleanliness of the parks. Loved visiting the… Full review by veracolwell85
Mar 11, 2023
I think Epcot was my favorite out of all the Disney parks we went to on vacation. Loved getting to try different foods from different locations around the world and all shopping available. Full review by samanthamM1916LB


Utopian City of the Future
Epcot is a theme park in the Walt Disney World Resort, located near Orlando, Florida. The park is dedicated to the Celebration of human achievement, namely international culture and technological innovation. The second park built at the resort, it opened on October 1, 1982 and was initially named EPCOT Center. In 1994, the "Center" was dropped from the park's name, and by 1996, the park was simply named Epcot. In 2010, Epcot hosted approximately 10.83 million guests, ranking it the third most visited theme park in the United States, and fifth most visited theme park in the World. EPCOT is an acronym of Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow, which was the name originally given by Walt Disney to a conceptual Utopian city of the future that he had wanted to build on the site that is now Walt Disney World.The theme park originally was known as EPCOT Center to reflect the fact that the park was built to embody the ideals and values of EPCOT the city. The park consists of two sections; Future World and World Showcase, laid out in an hourglass shape. Both sections are patterned after the types of exhibits found at world expositions. In its early years, Epcot was often called a "permanent World's Fair." EPCOT Center was constructed for an estimated $800 million to $1.4 billion and took three years to build. Covering an area of 300 acres, it is more than twice the size of the Magic Kingdom. The parking lot serving the park is 141 acres and can accommodate 11,211 vehicles.

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