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  • On Jul 2, 2011
    Michael from NV Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    I will have 1 full day only to spend @ Disney and I wish to spend it at "Epcot". Is this something that can realisticly be done with only one full day in late February?

    Hi Michael! A day at Epcot sounds absolutely perfect. The first thing is, recognize you won't be able to see it all in one day. Even after working there for a year and visiting countless times since, there are still new things I need to discover! And since you have one day, you'll want to get the most of it, so I highly recommend being there right when the park opens. Click here to view the calendar for Epcot, including theme park hours.

    Another great time saver is to use Fast Passes. When you arrive at the park, I would head straight to The Land pavilion and get a Fast Pass for Soarin'. From there, head to Test Track and get ready for a fast ride! Be sure to leave yourself enough time to visit World Showcase. Since you've only got one day, you might want to forego a sit down meal and enjoy some of the delicious quick service options Epcot has to offer. The Yorkshire County Fish Shoppe in the UK and the Boulangerie Patisserie in France are two of our faves.

    Hope this helps Michael! Have fun!
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