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Epcot Day 2 Disney World Genie+ Itinerary



By Dave Shute

(Note: this is from the Disney World Genie+ Itinerary.)

EPCOT DAY 2: MONDAY AGENDA

(For the general approach to Epcot, see the beginning of Epcot Day 1.)

Today you will complete Epcot. You have no planned dining today, and no planned Individual Lighting Lane purchases, but do need to take advantage of both Early Entry and Genie+.

While you should be able to complete today without going into the evening, you may wish to stay longer, in particular if World Showcase captivates you, and/or if you are eligible for Extended Evening Hours. If you are eligible for and interested in Extended Evening Hours, you may wish to head back to your hotel in the afternoon for a nap and then return to the park for more time in World Showcase and then follow with the Extended Evening Hours.

FIRST THINGS

At 7a book Test Track on Genie+. You are unlikely to need Genie+ for anything else at Epcot unless you missed Remy or Frozen on your first Epcot day, but are of course welcome to use it as you wish.

Be at the park’s turnstiles by 30 minutes before the beginning of Early Entry.

AT THE PARK

When Early Entry begins, see Soarin’ Around the World

The order of what happens next depends on the timing of your Genie+ return to Test Track.

  • If your return to Test Track begins in the next 30 minutes, head from Soarin’ to Spaceship Earth, ride it, then use your Genie+ at Test Track. Then ride Mission Space, and return to the “World Nature” area and see the attractions in the Seas Pavilion (the aquarium itself, The Seas with Nemo and Friend and Turtle Talk with Crush), then the remaining attractions in the Land Pavilion (Living with the Land and Awesome Planet). Fit in lunch when convenient—Sunshine Seasons in the Land Pavilion is a good choice.
  • If your return to Test Track is later, then instead see the attractions noted above in the Land Pavilion and the Seas Pavilion until it’s time to head to Test Track. Do Test Track and Mission Space in “World Discovery,” next see Spaceship Earth, then complete the attractions in “World Nature” you have not yet seen. Fit in lunch when convenient—Sunshine Seasons in the Land Pavilion is a good choice

Next, head to the Imagination Pavilion and see the attractions there– Disney-Pixar shorts, and Journey Into Imagination with Figment.

If time presses, the most skippable attractions above are both of those in the Imagination Pavilion, and Awesome Planet in the Land Pavilion

Next is the completing the rest of World Showcase, starting in Canada and progressing counter-clockwise. Tour as you did Saturday night, checking out the shows and experiences as you wander.

If you are eligible for Extended Evening Hours, you may wish to head back to your hotel for a nap and then return to the park for more time in World Showcase and then follow with the Extended Evening Hours.

PREVIEW OF TOMORROW

Tomorrow you begin your visit to the Disney’s Animal Kingdom.

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