Epcot. It's grand and miraculous right? That what Spaceship Earth tells us as we ride through time learning about how we have evolved and learned about technology and our world! Friends, I think Epcot is one of the most photogenic places I've ever been. (Especially during Flower and Garden Festival) Some of my favorite spots to explore at Walt Disney World are at Epcot!
1. Spaceship Earth
This geodesic dome has been the park's icon since Epcot opened, and continues to take up more room on my iPhone's camera roll than is really necessary. But when the sun his Spaceship Earth just right in the morning, or in the evening, it sure is beautiful.
2. Future World- World Showcase Breezeway
The walkway between Future World and World Showcase at Epcot is one of my favorite places because the monorail beam goes right over guests. If you time your walk just right you'll see one going by, or if you're like me you'll wait around for 15 minutes in the blazing Florida sun for that perfect photo as the monorail goes over the lake! This area is especially beautiful this time of year with Flower and Garden happening. The lake has floating gardens, and the whole bed of the lake is covered in flowers. This is easily the prettiest spot at Epcot in the Spring.
3. Bubblegum Wall
The Bubblegum Wall has become a favorite of Instagrammers everywhere because of the bright colors and easy access! This wall, or should I say walls, are located on either side of Spaceship Earth as you exit the ride. This wall makes for a really fun background of bright pink, hot pink, and blue, hence the name bubblegum wall.
4. Morocco Pavilion
The Morocco Pavilion is one of my favorite places to explore at Epcot. There are so many hidden nooks and crannies to see, and winding pathways throughout the pavilion that it's easy to get lost. I love how detailed everything in this pavilion is, from the tile work, to the bright colors of the market place! Morocco is definitely worth your time to explore and take some beautiful photos!
5. Japan Pavilion
One of my favorite spots for photos is at the top of the Japan Pavilion where you would go in to eat at Tepan Edo. The view from high atop World Showcase and looking out over the lagoon is really beautiful! While there are not any benches up there, there are rarely a lot of people so I always take a moment to sit and enjoy the view, or just get away from the crowds for a bit.
6. China Pavilion
The last spot on my list is the Chine Pavilion. I love this area of World Showcase because like Morocco, it's so bright and colorful! There is a really pretty garden on the right of the pavilion, and if you go inside the buildings, they are just as detailed and beautiful as the outside!
Well friends, that's it for today! If you have a spot at Epcot that you really love and you think I missed, let me know in the comments!
Be Magical Today!