I know what we’re going to do today! Phineas and Ferb is one of Disney Channel’s most beloved shows, with good reason – it’s a kids’ show that is clever and witty enough to be enjoyed by adults. Agent P’s World Showcase Adventure is an adventure challenge that takes families throughout Epcot’s World Showcase in a really fun and unique way. The goal is to thwart the evil Dr. Doofenshmirtz’s latest scheme through clues sent to your phone, with the help of Agent P, of course. Major Monogram will brief you, but then it’s up to you to save the day! Here are 8 totally cool things Hey, where’s Perry?
8. You Get to Hang Out with Cool Friends
Who doesn’t love the Phineas and Ferb guys? I mean, honestly? They’re all so cool and fun that getting the chance to spend the day with these characters is awesome. They just pop up on your phone every now and then like they’re actually on vacation with you. Carl stops by to give you clues, Dr. D pops up to yell a little bit, that kind of thing.
7. Learning for Kids
This adventure is a great learning opportunity for kids. I have often heard World Showcase criticized for being less kid-oriented than other parks. But this program completely fills that gap. With Phineas and Ferb, kids get excited about going to each pavilion and the adventure allows them to be interested in the history of the countries.
6. Explore Secrets
Along these lines, the Phineas and Ferb adventure shows little secrets of the countries while you do the mission. Disney Imagineers have put in fun pop-ups or hidden treasures specifically for the kids to discover. Each pavilion has its own special secret add-in and even some animatronics of Phineas and Ferb characters (I’m looking at you, Doof)! And make sure to talk to Cast Members for clues *cough* chai tea in the UK *cough*
5. Free and Accessible
You can sign up for these adventures at the O.W.C.A. (Organization Without a Cool Acronym) station on Odyssey Bridge or online at agentpwsa.com. You can use your smartphone. Since it’s remote/super easy to get to, you can do this at any time that works for you – no FastPass needed. And even better than that, Agent P’s Adventure is completely free with your park ticket.
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4. Easily Manageable
Not only is this adventure completely free and convenient, it is also super manageable on your own schedule. You get to make these missions your own. Each pavilion mission takes about 30-45 minutes in total if you do the entire thing. But you can opt for just indoor or just outdoor missions, and there are missions in seven countries, so you can choose to do as many as you want. Your vacation, your mission.
3. See World Showcase Differently
This program truly allows you to see World Showcase differently, even as an adult. Because of it, you look at the world around you in a unique way because you’re paying attention to unusual things. For instance, I bet you never paid much attention to the books in the window displays in France before, right? Well, you will on a mission. I love these little ways of sparking your attention through this program.
2. It’s Hilarious
Come on. The show is hilarious, so naturally anything involving the show is hilarious. I absolutely love walking around Epcot and suddenly hearing Dr. Doofenshmirtz’s voice. It sometimes throws me off guard, but in the best possible way that I can’t stop laughing! And you gotta love when Candace pops up and threatens to bust you! She’s telling Mom!
1. You Get to Be an O.W.C.A. Agent!
I think every kid, young and old, wants to be a spy at some point in their lives. This is your chance! It’s incredibly fun to be an agent for the day. For a little kid, it totally feels real. You have the phone, which means you have the power. You get to make cool stuff happen in Epcot and you get treated like you’re a real agent by the Cast Members. Plus, Agent P couldn’t have done it without you. It’ll all be worth it when you hear a resounding: “Curse you Perry the Platypus!”