1 Week Trip Plan for Families at Walt Disney World

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Day 5: EPCOT

Ready to tackle another park day? Epcot is a large park, but should be taken at a slower pace than Magic Kingdom. Start early and do as much of Future World as you can before lunch, including Test Track, Soarin’, The Seas, and Imagination if you’re able. At lunchtime, find some exotic counter fare in World Showcase and spend the afternoon hopping between the different pavilions. Check out the Agent P Missions and Kidcot spots to keep kids involved and entertained. If you’re planning on table service in one of the countries, be sure to make reservations, then grab a dessert at one of the bakeries before settling in for IllumiNations. Epcot is one of the best places for character greetings, in my opinion: the classic pals, Baymax, Mulan, Snow White, Alice, Pooh and Tigger are just a few of the great options you’ll be able to find here.

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