Ho ho ho! Santa’s going to have quite a few stops to make at Epcot this year in order to get his fill of milk and cookies. We’re talking about this year’s Epcot’s International Festival of the Holidays Holiday Cookie Stroll! The Stroll returns as a favorite of many guests, offering some classic holiday cookies for sale at various pavilions’ holiday booths. Park-goers can grab a passport and stamp their way around the World Showcase to earn a free cookie at the end!
The locations participating in the Cookie Stroll are scattered around the World Showcase, so guests will want to be sure and keep a lookout. In Germany they’ll find a Linzer Cookie at the Bavaria Holiday Kitchen, the America Pavilion’s American Holiday Table will be serving a Gingerbread Cookie, Canada’s Yukon Holiday Kitchen is the place to find the Peppermint Pinwheel Cookie, while the Feast of Three Kings near Mexico’s pavilion will house Chocolate Crinkle Cookies, and guests can finish off their stroll at L’Chaim Holiday Kitchen between France and Morocco to pick up a Black-and-White Cookie. After that, it’s a quick, sugar-loaded walk over to the Sweets & Treats Holiday Kitchen to show off their Passport stamps for a free Santa Mickey Sugar Cookie!
The Cookie Stroll can be completed over multiple visits, providing that visitors remember to bring the same Passport each time. Epcot’s International Festival of the Holidays begins November 29th and will continue through December 30th this year. Be sure to stop by, whether you plan on participating in the Cookie Stroll or not, as worldwide Christmas traditions will get you in the holiday spirit. But let’s be honest: we’ll always eat some cookies.
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