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Tuesday: Seven Night Easter Itinerary

By Dave Shute


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Today you will complete Epcot, with an afternoon break at your hotel.

As a Walt Disney World Resort guest, you can stay at Epcot until midnight


Pop Century guests need to complete their breakfast in their room and be at their bus stop by 7:20.

Polynesian guests need to complete breakfast in their room, walk over to TTC and be on the Epcot monorail platform by 7:40


  • Be at Epcot by 8:00
  • Enter the turnstiles when the park opens at 9, grab a map and Times Schedule, and follow the cast members to Soarin
  • Ride Soarin, then walk across the park to Mission: Space. Fastpass it
  • Walk to Test Track and ride
  • If your Mission: Space fastpass is ready, use it (ride the “green” version of the ride; if you love it, you can ride the much more intense “orange” version later tonight); otherwise ride Ellen’s Universe of Energy
  • When you have ridden both the above, cross the park again to the Seas pavilion and see Turtle Talk with Crush, and then the Seas with Nemo and Friends
  • Return to The Land pavilion—where you saw Soarin—and see the other rides in this building. If you wish, fastpass Soarin for another ride, if the return time works. (You will be able to see it again tonight after 11p)
  • If you are ready for lunch, have it now, as you will be eating lunch in this building, in the Sunshine Seasons Food Fair (counter credit) on the same level as Soarin. If not, continue with the steps below and return for lunch when you are ready
  • Move on to the Imagination building, and see Honey I Shrunk the Audience. Skip Journey Into Imagination with Figment unless you have a lot of time on your hands. A lot of time…
  • Kim Possible Epcot AdventureYou have now (almost) completed what you must do in the morning and early afternoon. You can begin heading back to your hotel now–seeing Innoventions and Spaceship Earth on your way out–or go on to the World Showcase and try out Kim Possible’s World Showcase Adventure.
  • Check out Innoventions and ride Spaceship Earth on your way out, and return to your hotel and goof off


  • Be back at Epcot by 5p—Pop guests need to be at their bus stop by 4:20; Polynesian guests at the Epcot monorail stop at TTC by 4:40
  • Make your way to Mexico and your 5:30 dinner reservations at San Angel Inn (table credit)
  • After dinner, finish visiting the World Showcase
  • Over the course of the evening, get your armband that allows you to stay late, and the list of rides and restaurants that will remain open late
  • At 8:30, find a spot to watch Illuminations—given where you likely will be, the bridge near the International Gateway is as good as any
  • At 9, watch Illuminations
  • If you have not already seen the American Adventure, see it now
  • Stop in Boulangerie Patisserie in France for a snack (cash).
  • Decide based on the list of what is open what rides to see again. Families often split on this.
  • When you are ready, return to your hotel by the means you used to get to Epcot

Note: Bring The Comprehensive Guide to Rides and Rides that Might be Skipped in case your day gets to be too intense!


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