Epcot has over 12 different rides and attractions for guests. While some of these rides are excellent, this park really stands out because of the 11 different countries featured in the World Showcase

Read ahead for the following information:

Epcot Touring Plan - A one-day guide that will ensure that you see everything in Epcot.

Epcot Fastpass Strategy - Which Fastpasses should you choose?

Epcot Rides and Attractions Overview - We break down all of the attractions in Epcot

Epcot Touring Plan

Epcot is a pretty easy park to tour. Our touring plan will keep you out of long lines. We feel that Epcot is a park that you need to tour at your own pace. There are a lot of exhibits in the front that you might enjoy. The world showcase may hold your interest for hours and hours. The food and drinks, of course, are amazing.

But even though it’s easy to tour Epcot, we encourage you to take a look at our touring plan. Waiting in lines is never any fun, and we aim to help you make the most of your time. Our goal is to keep you out of lines.

As always, our Epcot guide is 100% free!

Epcot Fastpass Strategy

Each Epcot guest gets 3 fastpasses that they can use each day. No matter what the current wait time is, a fastpass enables you to go to the front of the line. Epcot utilizes a Tiering system. This means that you can only choose one fastpass from Tier 1, and all of your other fastpasses must come from Tier 2.

So which fastpass should you choose? Is it even worth it to book fastpasses at Epcot?

Find out with our free Epcot Fastpass Strategy guide!

Epcot Rides and Attractions Overview

What follows is a a quick breakdown of 12 Epcot attractions. For the top rides, we will link you to longer articles that provide you more information and ride-specific strategy that we hope you’ll enjoy!

Disney & Pixar Short Film Festival

Height: Any Height
Ride Type: Indoor Movie
FP Group: Tier 2

These are short Pixar films that you may or may not have seen before. This is a fun little show that gets you out of the heat and keeps your kids entertained.

Frozen Ever After

Height: Any height
Ride Type: Indoor Slow Ride
Area: Norway
FP Group: Tier 1

Frozen Ever After is a wonderful journey to the world of Frozen. This ride is located in the Norway section of the world showcase. While this is a slow moving ride, there are a couple tricks and surprises that will keep everyone entertained. From the interactive queue to the awesome animatronics, this ride does an incredible job of capturing the world of Frozen in all it’s glory. It’s one that can’t be missed!

Gran Fiesta Tour

Height: Any height
Ride Type: Indoor Slow Ride
Area: Mexico

This ride is so slow and silly that Disney doesn’t even let you use a fastpass on it. Of course there’s no need to as the line is always very short. Even though the ride isn’t incredible, little kids seem to love it. Isn’t that all that matters?

Imagination with Figment

Height: Any height
Ride Type: Indoor Slow Ride
FP Group: Tier 2

The Figment ride is on it’s last legs. Figment doesn’t resonate with kids anymore, and the ride is just terrible. One of the most popular rumors over the last decade is the closing of this ride, but it keeps on surviving. With a massive refurbishment of Epcot on the horizon, it’s difficult to see this ride being around much longer.

Living with the Land

Height: Any height
Ride Type: Indoor Slow Ride
FP Group: Tier 2

This is a slow-moving ride in the same building as Soarin. This ride takes you through many of the innovations that Epcot is doing in the area of farming and innovative growing techniques. This is a hot topic in today’s world, so this remains a popular attraction.

Mission: Space

Height: 40 inches
Ride Type: Intense Spinning Ride
FP Group: Tier 2

Mission Space is a fun simulation ride that takes guests into space. There are two levels of excitement, Green and Orange. If simulation rides tend to make you sick, you’ll definitely want to choose the less intense Green Mission!

The Sea with Nemo & Friends

Height: Any height
Ride Type: Indoor Slow Ride
FP Group: Tier 2

The Nemo ride is a very slow-moving ride that is only loved by small children that love the Nemo movies. While this ride isn’t all that great, the building has a small little aquarium and a fun and interactive kids show, so don’t skip this area of the park.

Soarin’ Around the World

Height: 40 inches
Ride Type: Indoor Interactive Thrill Ride
FP Group: Tier 1

Soarin’ is the most popular Epcot attraction. This ride takes you high into the air and flies you around the world. Soarin’ has recently been renovated, so if you haven’t seen it in a few years, you’re in for a treat!

Spaceship Earth

Height: Any Height
Ride Type: Indoor Slow Ride

Kids always love riding this, because it’s fun to be inside the Epcot ball. But the fun can quickly fade once you’ve done this ride a few times. Technology changes so fast that it’s tough for a theme park to be innovative, so it’s likely that Disney has plans to upgrade this iconic symbol of Epcot.

Test Track

Height: 40 inches
Ride Type: Thrill Ride
FP Group: Tier 1

Test Track is one of the fastest rides in Disney World. You get in a car and your car is tested under many different conditions. The simulation is pretty fun as guests get to design their own cars and see how they perform. It’s a Tier 1 attraction and it also has a single rider line that allows guests to skip the car design.

Turtle Talk with Crush

Height: Any height
Ride Type: Indoor Stage Show
FP Group: Tier 2

This is an interactive comedy show similar to Monsters Inc in the Magic Kingdom. Your kids will enjoy it. It’s definitely more interesting than the Nemo ride.

Now that’s youve learned a bit about the rides at Epcot, let’s take a look at our Epcot Touring plan.