1. The entire Seas Pavilion - The Seas with Nemo and Friends is a calm clam-shell ride through the massive aquarium at The Seas pavilion, and it’s a nice way to take in the sights of some real undersea life with an overlay featuring Nemo, Dory, and friends.
2. Frozen Ever After - Let’s face it: the World Showcase has never been considered a favorite for the majority of children, but infusing some Frozen Fever into the Norway Pavilion has made a big difference in families’ willingness to explore it.
3. Journey into Imagination with Figment and ImageWorks play area - Journey into the Imagination with Figment is a favorite of many children; their parents, however, may long for the older, classic version of the ride.
4. Test Track - Wondering why I included this on a list for kids’ activities? 3 words: Touching real CARS!
5. Jumping Fountains - There are a variety of really whimsical jumping fountains to be found all over Epcot.
6. Missions for Kids: Kidcot Stops, Passports, & Agent P - Kidcot Stops can be found throughout the World Showcase, giving children something to look forward to as parents enjoy food, beverages, and entertainment throughout the countries.
7. Spaceship Earth (and the play area) - Spaceship Earth might be hit or miss with children, as it is a bit long and historical, but it is yet another Epcot location that has a fun play area after the ride.
8. Character Greeting - The Magic Kingdom may jump out first when you think of parks with great characters, but Epcot has some really great character greeting opportunities.