Travel Around the Globe, Under the Sea, into Outer Space… and Beyond at Disney's Epcot!
Epcot International Festival of the Holidays
at Disney's | Epcot
Discover the joyous holiday traditions of our 11 World Showcase nations at the Epcot International Festival of the Holidays, Nov. 18th - Dec. 30th, 2018.
New Year’s Eve Dinner at the World Show Place Pavilion
at World ShowPlace - Epcot Food & Wine Festival
On December 31, bid adieu to 2018 at the Epcot World Showplace Pavilion, where a wonderful custom New Year’s Eve buffet awaits.
New Year's Eve at EPCOT
Explore a dazzling mix of festivities to ring in New Years 2019 at Disney World's Epcot, featuring live entertainment, dining, dancing, and a fantastic fireworks show to end the night!
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Recommended Ratings & Reviews
Epcot is fun for everyone! It gives you a taste of what the rest of the world has to offer as you travel through 9 different countries!
Pros: The food is so authentic at each country! Try the German pretzels or the Italian pasta.. Both are amazing!
Cons: Finding your car after a long day in the park can be difficult but hey, thats why we have smartphones! So we can mark our cars location!
Disney does it right and Epcot is no exception. It's a beautiful tour around the globe with their themed restaurants and attractions. Wait until the kids are 5th and 6th grade at least for them to appreciate. Epcot hosts a food and wine festival every fall. It's over twenty years old and covers 75 days of 30 global food and beverage marketplaces. It's a favorite or tourists and locals!
I'm here for one reason only: to tell you that if you're Drinking Around The World, you need to start in Canada. Yes, that's right... do it backwards!! "But Collin, that means I start with beer, and beer before liquor..." and that is a true statement. But if you hydrate appropriately it won't be an issue. You have much bigger challenges later in the day. Like the Two Tipsy Ducks In Love in China... all that sugar late in the day is a killer. Also: go in the back gate between France & Great Britain so as to avoid the lines. Also you can even say you're eating at a restaurant on the Boardwalk, park there and save $22.
Pros: Easy access to alcohol everywhere, and the added games like "drink every time you see a flag of another country, chug for a Brazilian Quinceanera tour group" add layers of fun to the day.
Cons: Bring your credit card. Perhaps two. Or maybe even a home equity line of credit. This ain't cheap, and that's after you drop over a C-note to get in the place.