Under-Appreciated Attractions

Our Under-Appreciated Attractions at Epcot

Under-Appreciated Attractions

Under-Appreciated Attractions at Epcot

Last week, we shared our most under-appreciated attractions at the Magic Kingdom. Today we continue that look by taking a look at our most under-appreciated attractions at Epcot. Later this week we’ll look at Disney’s Animal Kingdom as well as Disney’s Hollywood Studios with our lists for those parks.

Under-Appreciated Attractions

For Sophie her choice for Epcot as her most under-appreciated attraction is The Seas with Nemo and Friends. This attraction is a great one for many reasons:

  1. First, it is never busy so you don’t need to use a FastPass for it.
  2. On a hot summer day, coming into this pavilion is great to beat the heat.
  3. It’s a nice, slow ride and brings back memories from the movie, and it feels faster than it is.
  4. Also, after your trip, you can enjoy looking at the other sites in the pavilion!
Under-Appreciated Attractions

Cindy chose another attraction that doesn’t have much of a need for a FastPass — Journey into Imagination with Figment! For years, we didn’t really have anything to do with this attraction; for whatever reason, it just wasn’t on our radar when we would go to Epcot. One year, though, we corrected that oversight, and it was like we had seen it for the first time, and it became an instant classic for us. Like Nemo, it doesn’t need a FastPass, it’s often a walk right on type of ride, it’s imaginative, fun, and just a blast for our whole family. Check it out again if you’ve been missing it your past few trips!

under-appreciated attractions

My choice for under-appreciated attraction at Epcot is the singing group Voices of Liberty! Always a wonderful pre-show concert, the Voices of Liberty can be seen at the American Adventure pavilion in the World Showcase. They can be seen and heard before the showing of the American Adventure movie. The a capella music style, patriotic songs, and period costumes, like we see above, really makes this an under-appreciated attraction in my mind.

Where do these attractions stack up with your choices for under-appreciated attractions at Epcot? Let us know in the comments, and thanks for stopping by!

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Under-Appreciated Attractions

72 Days: Journey Into Imagination

Journey Into Imagination

Journey into Imagination! Our choice for #Day72 of our #DisneyWorldCountdown

Hello everyone, and thank you for coming over to see us today!  This is #Day72 of our #DisneyWorldCountdown, and for us, today is the day we look into Journey Into Imagination, part of the Imagination Pavilion at Epcot’s Future World!

To me, the #DisneyWorldCountdown isn’t just about counting down until our #Disney trip — it’s also about getting geared up about some of our favorites, but it’s also about exploring things that we haven’t experienced before, or at least for a very long time.  Journey Into Imagination is just that sort of attraction — one that I don’t even remember riding ever!

You may remember earlier this year my friend Heidi from Heidi’s Head did a guest post for me on the Imagination Pavilion, so she covered quite a bit about the pavilion.  She didn’t touch much on Journey Into Imagination, though, in part because it’s just not the same as it used to be.  However, if I don’t remember it at all, then seeing it now will at least give me new memories, so I’m going to give it a shot!

Do you and your family go to the Imagination Pavilion and see the attractions?  If so, do you like them, or are they not worth the time spent?  Let me know in the comments please, and thank you for stopping by today!