Mission: SPACE is located in Epcot’s Future World. It is an attraction that is often overlooked but one that we enjoy. You can choose between two missions. Both are accessible but one is less intense. Find out which mission is for you and more about the attraction’s accessibility below.
There is a festival for every season at Epcot. And we love it! I know there are critics out there but we really enjoy most of the festivals. It can get a little crowded but they offer the opportunity to explore the park in a different way. Here is a look at a year of festivals at Epcot, what you can expect, which are our favorites, and why we love them.
Test Track was one of those attractions that I was sure I couldn’t experience. Luckily we chatted with an awesome Cast Member one day and found out I was wrong. While the it’s not the easiest, the boarding and transferring process for wheelchair users was well thought out. Find out what you can expect on your visit.
I was a vegetarian for a long time. I added chicken and fish back into my diet a few years ago. But after a watching a few documentaries, contemplating how I felt about what I was eating, and talking with my doctor I decided a plant based diet was the way to go. And the even better news, there are still so many great options at the Disney Parks no matter what my (or your) dietary restrictions are.
Some honesty here. I really wasn’t planning on experiencing Frozen Ever After. It’s not that I don’t like Frozen but we didn’t really want to fight the crowds since FastPasses can be hard to obtain. I also wasn’t really excited about the transfer having done it before at Maelstrom. But since I get so many questions about the attraction I wanted to make sure that I had up to date information to share with you guys.