New Rainforest Scene Added to Living with the Land in EPCOT


Next time you visit EPCOT, don’t miss the updated rainforest scene in the Living with the Land attraction. Situated in the World Nature area, this beloved ride now features new, blue-toned lighting that transforms the opening scene into a brighter and more vibrant spectacle.

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As you glide past the initial thunderstorm, you’ll notice the rainforest basking in a blue hue that not only enhances the scene’s aesthetic but also improves visibility. This change lets you appreciate the intricate details of the rainforest environment with greater clarity.

The updates coincide with the 2024 EPCOT International Flower & Garden Festival. Along the ride, enjoy subtle nods to classic Disney films like “The Little Mermaid” and “Alice in Wonderland,” adding a whimsical layer to the educational journey.

Related: First Look at the New Annual Passholder Lounge in EPCOT


Living with the Land offers a unique blend of entertainment and education, making it a must-see. With its recent updates, the ride promises an even more immersive experience as you explore natural ecosystems and innovative agricultural practices.

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