Mom and daughter on Expedition Everest; Animal Kingdom
  • On Jul 26, 2009
    Rose from IL Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    Hi! Help, never been to Epcot! Bringing dd5,ds3,ds1+dh 09/20. We hope to hit Mex., Germ., China, VisaMeetnGreet, Nemo & Crush. GG res. at 6pm. Arrive at park at 1pm. Is it feasible? Which order? I just realized 2 sides close diff. times ;( Tha


    My annoying answer is yes, and no.

    The pavilions in the Epcot World Showcase can take as much or as little time as you want to spend in them. They are about experiencing the architecture, food, and shopping, so you could be out of a pavilion in a few minutes, or linger for a good hour.

    With that non-answer, here are my suggestions to help you see as much of your list as possible;

    When you get to the park, go to the Nemo ride, and the Crush show. These are your most time consuming activities. Plus, you won't be caught in the mass of Epcot guests that are flowing into the World Showcased for lunch.

    During this time, go to the Visa Meet and Greet, which is also on the Future World side of Epcot. Keep an eye on your watch so you don't miss it, as you may have to go in-between your two rides.

    Afterwards you can make your way to the World Showcase. Obviously you can go in order of the pavilions as you come upon them (Mexico, China, Germany).

    I think you can do it!

    Have a magical vacation!
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