°o° One of the best ways to meet characters is at the Epcot Character Spot. Its just past Spaceship Earth on the right of the park, and if you head there as soon as the park opens, you’ll get to see Mickey, Minnie, and Goofy all in one go, with a wait time of under 15 minutes.
°o° Innoventions East and West are full of tonnes of interactive activities to entertain all ages.
°o° Complete habit heroes in Innoventions East, and you’ll get a free rubber wristband!
°o° If you’re susceptible to motion sickness, there is a separate queue for Mission: Space which leads to a version of the ride which isn’t so spinny!
°o° Take a trip to Club Cool for free samples of international Coca Cola brands – trick your family into trying Beverly, its gross!
°o° The large fish tank in The Living Seas is the second largest tank in the US, and could fit Spaceship Earth inside it with room to spare!
°o° Only one of the totem poles in Canada is real, see if you can work out which one it is.
°o° The Rose and Crown pub in the UK is so named as ‘rose’ and ‘crown’ are the two most common featured names of English pubs.
°o° Although it may not seem like it, each country’s pavilion is the same width, to give all countries equality.
°o° Between the UK and France is a path that leads out of the park via the International Gateway. From here you can take a quick 15 minute walk across to The Boardwalk, or explore some of the resorts gathered around the lake. There is also a footpath that leads to Hollywood Studios; its about 30 mins walk, which at times is quicker than other transportation.
°o° Sometimes Chef Remy will visit you at Le Chefs de France.
°o° The Morocco Pavilion was actually built by and paid for by the Moroccans.
°o° In the Japanese pavilion, you can purchase a range of souvenirs from authentic tableware to Pokemon toys.
°o° The statue on the right as you enter Japan was a gift from the Japanese government.
°o° While the American Adventure building appears to be only 3 stories high, it is actually 5!
°o° Check out the big clock in Germany. On the hour a wooden boy and girl pop out and twirl around a bit.
°o° If you buy a fan or parasol in China, you can have it personalised for free with your name in traditional Chinese writing.
°o° The acoustics of the temple in China are so perfect, if you stand in the centre of the room, your voice will echo back to you!
°o° Buildings in Norway have grass growing on the roof, to reflect traditional Norwegian buildings, but a lack of Epcot goats to munch on the grass means cast members have to trim it!
°o° La Cava del Tequila in Mexico has over 200 tequilas in its cellar, hello margaritas!