New Prehistoric Garden spotted in Epcot for the Flower & Garden Festival

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Epcot Prehistoric Garden

Epcot is gearing up for this year’s Flower and Garden Festival. One of the new features this year is a “prehistoric garden” located near the Mouse Gear area. The new garden display is quite fun to see in person!

Prehistoric Garden Epcot

New! Prehistoric Garden at Future World West – Imagine life on Earth 65 million years ago with astounding plant life that’s thrived since the age of the dinosaurs.

You can check out some of our photos and Instagram video below!

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Prehistoric Garden Epcot

Epcot’s Flower & Garden Festival will start on March 3, 2021, at Walt Disney World Resort.

Taste of EPCOT International Flower & Garden Festival will run through July 5th. We can’t wait to go since it looks spectacular! It’s available with valid admission and a park reservation for the same date. Remember to check for Disney Resort package and hotel offers for your travel dates!

Related: Dining Room at Epcot’s Rose & Crown closing for Refurbishment

Prehistoric Garden Epcot

We’ll be sure to provide more details in the weeks to come.

Guests will be delighted to hear their favorite Character topiaries are coming back ! Expect to see Mickey, Donald and friends, to Remy, Anna & Elsa, Lady & the Tramp, Figment and more. The Disney Horticulture team is busy planting, and pruning as we speak. They are planning now for the kaleidoscope of bright blooms and floating gardens scattered throughout EPCOT. You can be each outdoor setting makes a perfect backdrop for family photos since they design beautiful floral displays.

With more than 20 delectable stops, World Showcase will play host to the festival’s Outdoor Kitchens and other food & beverage locations, offering a smorgasbord of flavors and beverages.

Prehistoric Garden Epcot

Be sure to check out this prehistoric garden display if you’re heading to Epcot’s Flower & Garden Festival this year!

Related: Closer look at the Leave a Legacy displays in Epcot


Kevin Koszola