The Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival started on February 28, and this year it will run daily through May 28. That’s three whole months of beauty at the theme park. This year there have been a few additions. Check out the photos below!
New for 2018:
The How-to Garden: an area which gives even those without a green thumb ideas on fun ways to create a garden at home.
Imagination Play Garden: a play area for kids of all ages, with a separate area for children ages 5-12.
The Honey Bee-stro: part outdoor kitchen, part educational area on honey.
Spikes Pollen Nation Declaration: a scavenger hunt where kids look for Spike the Bee and then receive a prize. There is an extra cost.
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Some of the other highlights:
The Goodness Garden Butterfly House: a beautiful enclosed area where cocoons are turning into butterflies.
Garden Rocks Concert Series: popular artists play at the America Gardens Theater.
Outdoor Kitchens: there are 15 different outdoor kitchens this year. The most popular dish so far is the Beef Brisket Burnt Ends and Smoked Pork Belly Slider at The Smokehouse.
Topiaries: favorite Disney characters come to life in a different way. You’ll see classic Disney characters, princesses, and other popular characters.
Tours: there are several tours to choose from, including self guided tours that are included in park admission.
Egg-stravaganza: the popular scavenger hunt will return on March 16, meaning that kids will have two different things to search for.
Most activities at the Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival are included with park admission. Some events might be held only on select days, and all events take place weather permitting.