See How The World Spends The Holidays at Epcot
While many people flock to the Magic Kingdom to experience the beauty of the winter season at Walt Disney World, the holidays at Epcot is also an amazing way to spend this special time of year. A variety of special food offerings and entertainment combine with the festive decorations to deliver a magical time. Here are a few things that you need to see and do at Epcot over the holidays:
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Epcot Festival of the Holidays Entertainment
Enjoy the best sights and sounds of the holiday season while strolling through the 11 nations represented in the World Showcase. Guests will be able to watch a variety of musical performances, experiences festive character meet and greets, and enjoy other seasonal entertainment options. One of the most popular offerings of the holidays at Epcot are the storytellers that share traditions of their native countries in an engaging and informative way.
Foodies will love all of the unique food and drink offerings at the Epcot Holiday Kitchens. Visitors can try a variety of international holiday dishes from all over the globe as they make their way through the World Showcase. Each Holiday Kitchen booth also features complementing alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages to help you savor the flavors.
Article originally written on Oct 21, 2014. Updated on Oct 21, 2019.
The highlight of the holiday season at Epcot is the beautiful Candlelight Processional event. Each evening beginning on November 29 and running through December 30, a celebrity narrator will recite the biblical story of Christmas accompanied by a stirring choir and 50-piece orchestra. There are three performances each evening and the production takes place in the World Showcase. To avoid the lines, you can book a special Candlelight Processional dining package. With this package, you will enjoy a meal at one of the designated Epcot sit-down restaurants and then enjoy special reserved seating for the show. Packages can be purchased for breakfast, lunch, or dinner at a myriad of the diverse restaurants in Epcot.
Holiday Cookie Stroll
Those with a sweet tooth will delight in the Holiday Cookie Stroll. People of all ages will enjoy picking up their official Festival Passport and trying the five separate cookie offerings located in the World Showcase. Once you have received stamps for all five cookies, you can redeem your passport for a complimentary Santa Mickey sugar cookie.
There is no additional cost for Holidays around the World at EPCOT, just the cost of admission!
Have you every celebrated the holidays at Epcot? How was it? What was your favorite part?