FAQ's About Visiting  Epcot with KIDS!


If you are headed to the Walt Disney World theme park Epcot with kids in tow, this post will answer every question you have before visiting for the first time!

The front of Epcot has three areas: World Nature, World Discovery, and World Celebration. The back of the park is World Showcase and features areas themed to different countries around the world.

How is the Park Set Up?

The front of the park has different rides and attractions for all ages. Some of them are Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind, Soarin, and Test Track. Expect a new Moana attraction opening soon!

Epcot's World Showcase is great with kids. Kids can explore different cultures and try new foods. There are seasonal scavenger hunts as well as kid specific stations set up at each country.

Yes!! Epcot can be great with toddlers.  Plan your day around what they would like to do and experience it from a kids perspective. Rides that are great for toddlers at Epcot are Frozen Ever After and Remy's: Ratatouille Adventure.

Is Epcot Good for Toddlers?

At times you can meet Mary Poppins, Mulan, Winnie the Pooh, Donald Duck, Snow White, Joy and Sadness, and Ralph and Vanellope.  Check the My Disney Experience App  for the most up-to-date character list.

What Characters Are at Epcot?

There are many places to dine at Epcot that are great for kids!  Garden Grill is a character meal that is a great option for families! There is also a Princess Breakfast at Akershus Royal Banquet Hall. Don't forget to try the great snacks and quick service options too!

What Are the Dining Options for Kids?

- Test Track -Soarin - Kidcot Fun Shops - Living with the Land - Journey Into Imagination with Figment - Gran Fiesta Tour featuring the Three Caballeros - The Seas with Nemo and Friends - Frozen Ever After - Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure - Playgrounds and Special Event Scavenger Hunts

What Are the Best Attractions for Kids?

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