What Is There For Kids To Enjoy at the Flower & Garden Festival?
Spring is in the air at Walt Disney World and Epcot is celebrating a season full of bountiful blooms during this year’s Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival which runs at the theme park until June 03, 2019. The festival is a must-do for anyone visiting Walt Disney World this Spring with eclectic offerings including the Garden Rocks concert series, delicious eats at the festival kitchens, awe-inspiring topiaries and so much more. If you’re travelling with small children, you may be wondering what there is for younger kids to do during the fest.
We’re pleased to let you know that this year, festival organizers have added even more awesome playgrounds and entertaining activities for kids. They’ll also love the playful character topiaries including the all-new Bo Peep and her sheep! Preschoolers will also love the scavenger hunt- the ever popular Spike’s Pollen Nation Exploration. It’s an ideal way for little ones to learn about nature and the blossoms that bees pollinate!
To give you a taste of all of the incredible pint-sized offerings at the Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival check out this awesome video recently released by Disney.
For a look at some of the amazing eats being served up at the festival kitchens that kiddos are sure to love check out this article.
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