Hello everyone, and thank you for stopping by! Today we are taking a general overview of the different pavilions in the Epcot Future World area. The different pavilions for Future World are the following:
- Spaceship Earth
- Innoventions East
- Innoventions West
- Universe of Energy
- Mission: SPACE
- Test Track
- The Seas with Nemo and Friends
- The Land
- Wonders of Life/Festival Center (seasonal)
I’ve already learned something new today — it turns out that Epcot has slowly gone to the concept of naming the pavilion after the major attraction that is housed there, and as a result, I never new that Spaceship Earth was concidered a pavilion.
Spaceship Earth, of course, is represented by the huge geodesic dome that houses the Spaceship Earth attraction. I’ll go into more detail about what else you can experience at the pavilion!
Innoventions East and West
One of two pavilions where you can experience some incredible hands on exhibits with a great assortment of fun for everyone!
Universe of Energy
Learn more about energy with Ellen’s Energy Adventures.
Are you an orange line or green line rider?
Design your own vehicle and take it out on the road!
The Seas with Nemo and Friends
Learn more about the seas!
See the pavilion that houses great food, great educational rides, and Soarin’!
Come see where your imagination can take you!
Wonders of Life/Festival Center
This area is primarily reserved for special events such as the Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival and the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival.
Stay tuned as we take an in-depth tour of each of these pavilions and give you all the details you need to decide for yourself if it’s a pavilion that you need to explore on your next trip to Epcot! Thanks for stopping by, and have a great day!
I LOVE the seas with nemo and friends! My son is obsessed with fish, the movie nemo, and dolphins so I cannot wait to see him experience all 3 of those things at once!
Our family loves EPCOT – in fact, that’s the one park that we usually take 2 days to visit on our trips. There’s so much to see & do, I don’t think that I’ve seen it all yet in all of my 8 times down there. I’m looking forward to seeing the newly renovated Test Track.