Epcot International Festival of the Holidays
Families from all over the world make this event a holiday tradition. Holiday Kitchens located throughout the 11 countries in Epcot's World Showcase show off how the holidays are celebrated around the... Read More
Families from all over the world make this event a holiday tradition. Holiday Kitchens located throughout the 11 countries in Epcot's World Showcase show off how the holidays are celebrated around the globe. You'll easily get your steps in exploring the different cultures during the celebratory time of the year. You can spend an entire day strolling between the pavilions doing some holiday shopping and enjoying costumed performers entertaining in the different countries. Although their appearances are socially distanced, characters will be dressed in their holiday best as they take part in the "Mickey and Friends Holiday World Tour." Be on the lookout for the holiday cavalcades and the characters making appearances in random (socially distanced) spots.
200 Epcot Center Drive
- Things to Do in December: "Don't forget to make a park reservation prior to your visit. If you just show up, you likely won't get inside the park."
- Things to Do in Fall: "The Candlelight Processional is always a tough ticket to get. Various celebrities, including Whoopi Goldberg, Neil Patrick Harris and Lisa Ling, tell the story of Christmas accompanied by a 50-pience orchestra. Check the schedule sooner rather than later and make your plans now."
- Best for Things to Do in December Because: Festive food, drinks and entertainment, this is a place to for the entire family. Don't forget your mask!
- Best for Things to Do in Fall Because: Some may argue it's too early for the holidays, but it's technically still fall. Plus, how can you argue celebrating festive food, entertainment and cheer.