Top 5 Epcot Hidden Details

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Top 5 Epcot Hidden Details

Anyone who has been to Walt Disney World knows that Disney specializes in the details; and I’m always on the look-out for new details or hidden Disney magic that isn’t so easy to find! Today I’m sharing with you my favorite Epcot hidden details that I have discovered on my visits to the park. Enjoy!

1. Club Cool-Located near the Fountain of Nations in Future World, this indoor spot offers cool Coca-Cola merchandise and soda fountains offering soft drinks from all over the world. Grab a paper cup and feel free to sample all you want for no cost at all!

2. Stave Church-At the Norway pavilion, you will see an tall, old wooden structure that is actually a replica of the old stave churches in Norway. While many guests see this building, they don’t realize that you can go inside! Go ahead and open the door and learn about Norway’s history in the mini-museum you find inside.

3. Timeline of Discovery-If you head towards The Land pavilion from Innoventions West, look down to find a large circle in the pavement with names and dates of those who have made scientific discoveries or accomplished great things.

4. Outpost Coca-Cola Coolers-Located at the World Showcase’s Outpost, take some time to explore the area next to the quick service counter. Open up the Coca-Cola cooler, listen, and then get refreshed! Just do it!

5. Lighted Sidewalks-Near park closing, after Illuminations, look down as you walk between Innoventions Plazas and Spaceship Earth towards the exit. You will find that the sidewalk twinkles in cool designs with fiber optic lights! Kids are sure to enjoy this!

Have you discovered any of these Hidden Details during your visit to Epcot? Let us know!

 

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6 thoughts on “Top 5 Epcot Hidden Details

  1. I worked at Epcot and I never even knew about the building in Norway! They showed the timeline to us when we were getting shown around before we started work. I used to go to club cool before work if I had time. 🙂 And everything else I’ve experienced.

  2. Club Cool was incredibly crowded last time we were in! The Stave Church is interesting and the location of one of the Kim Possible clues. Love the magical sidewalks. Haven’t noticed the timeline for some reason. And I totally FORGOT to have the kids check the cooler!

  3. Well just letting you know Kim Possible is officially getting replaced by Agent P, the lovable secret agent platypus from Phineas and Ferb. I’m sure the game will have the same idea and concept they’ll just replace the characters. It’ll be better for your little one cuz I’m sure they’ll know who Perry is. But it breaks my heart cuz I love Kim Possible. My text tone is her kimmunicator beep.

  4. I have been to Epcot many times (love the food and wine festival). I always saw stands for Kim Possible, but never thought much of it because my kid was too young to care about Kim Possible or I didn’t have a kid. On my last trip and was just me and a friend and we decided to try it out. It is so cool!!! The phones they let you use make all the different countries do different things and it’s a fun little hunt. I will DEFINITELY be doing this with my little one when he is a little older…. I might even be doing it with my hubby next time 🙂

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