Epcot International Food & Wine Festival returns August 29th – November 23rd. Here are some of the reasons this festival is not just for adults, your kids will love it too!

Fun Zone Playground

Located in Future World East, this playground offers your kids a place to explore, climb and play. Perfect for them to burn off a little energy and have fun while you relax with a food or drink from a nearby stand.

Kid-Friendly Food

Pick up a Festival Passport when you enter Epcot to see all the food items that are notated “kid friendly”. Even better, portions are smaller tasting sizes. If your child doesn’t love something you haven’t spent a lot on a full entree they won’t eat. It’s a low risk way to try new foods!

Disney Du Jour Dance Party

Hosted by a live DJ seven days a week from 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm your kids will love getting their grove on! You can also enjoy live performances on Friday and Saturdays from stars such as Meg Donnelly from Disney’s Zombies, who will be performing on August 30th and 31st!

Candy Sushi Making Experience

Does your child enjoy cooking? How about candy? Learn to make Candy Sushi at Sunshine Seasons kitchen in The Land! This is a low cost activity, but does tend to sell out in advance reserve your spot soon.

Remy’s Ratatouille Hide & Squeak Scavenger Hunt

Your little detective will love this scavenger hunt done at your own pace. Participate by purchasing a map from select Festival merchendise locations and hunt for statues of Remi and the ingredients to make his famous ratatouille. After you’ve finished, return with your completed map to Disney Traders to choose a prize!

Epcot Forever

The perfect way to end your day is with the new limited time fireworks spectacular coming to Epcot on October 1st. This show will light the night over World Showcase! The current nighttime show, “IllumiNations – Reflections of Earth” will retire on September 30th after an incredible 20 year run.


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