Disney’s Epcot Center is an interesting place. Opened in 1982, the park was created to celebrate humanity’s technology, ingenuity, and cultural innovations. And while it seems that Epcot has strayed from its mission over the years, it’s still a pretty fun park to visit, especially if you’re a fan of 80s synth pop.
In Future World, multiple pavilions dedicated to science and technology host different “edutainment” shows and attractions. Rides like Test Track and Mission Space are definite crowd favorites.
Over at the World Showcase, a blend of delicious dining options and the experience of “traveling around the world” will certainly keep you entertained. And within the Japan pavilion, you’ll find one of Epcot’s hidden gems.
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