When it comes to dining, there’s no better food than theme park food. And while many of us still think about burgers, hot dogs and the occasional giant pretzel, there’s so much more, especially at the Walt Disney World Resort. Epcot is hosting quite a few festivals this year, new restaurants are popping up at Disney Springs, and some restaurants are even getting a whole new concept for guests to enjoy.
Travelers heading to Walt Disney World Resort this spring will be able to enjoy the beauty and majesty of the 26th Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival, starting March 6.
The Flower & Garden Festival runs 90 days through June 3 and will feature dozens of Disney-crafted topiaries and beds of multi-colored blooms that transform the Epcot landscape into a floral extravaganza.
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Epcot will also host the Garden Rocks Concert Series every day of the festival, with artists performing three shows daily on the America Gardens Theatre stage. Some of the acts include the Spinners, Herman’s Hermits, Steven Curtis Chapman, Colin Hay of Men at Work and more.
For the foodie in the group, the Flower & Garden Festival will boast new culinary dishes and outdoor kitchens, including AdventHealth’s cooking area that will teach families fun and interactive ways to stay healthy.
In addition, the events at Epcot will also include family scavenger hunts, Toy Story topiary and returning gardens and exhibits, such as the Goodness Garden Butterfly House, where nearly 1,000 native butterflies will fly among the garden’s two dozen nectar plants.
Several guided tours will be offered on select days throughout the festival for an additional fee, but admission to the theme park is required for all in attendance.