Of all the parks, Epcot is my favourite. It has a good mix of thrill rides like Mission Space, Sum of All Thrills and Test Track but there are lots of hidden gems which educate as well as entertain. My kids loved Spaceship Earth and Living with the Land even though they were tame by the standards of most theme park rides. Living with the Land in particular had a great view inside greenhouses where new technologies for growing food are being researched. My two year old had a ball on the Nemo ride where the animated fish seemed to swim in amongst the real fish. The World Showcase has virtually no rides but it is nice to walk around and stop for a drink and The Agent P treasure hunt game kept the kids amused with some excellent hidden special effects - once again Disney takes the time to create the magic that sets them apart from other theme parks. My only disappointment was Soarin - a good but not great ride and certainly not worth a two hour wait so only go if you have a fast pass. A lot of Epcot looks dated but I think the retro deign only adds to its charm. Just make sure you stay for the fireworks - it is still the best show I have ever seen.
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