The Epcot Flower and Garden Festival 2013
Spring is a great time to visit Walt Disney World with fewer crowds, lower costs and, of course, the weather is wonderful. From March 6 to May 19 you can also enjoy EPCOT’s 20th anniversary of the International Flower and Garden Festival. The festival is sponsored by HGTV and offers many interesting exhibits, demonstrations, and over 50 seminars on improving the landscape of your home.

The beautiful 3D character flower displays are a huge draw to this festival.    In the past, displays have included 3D forms of Tinkerbell, Winnie the Pooh and friends, princesses, and, of course, Mickey. Many Pixar characters are on display as well. There will even be illuminated gardens and displays for after dark enhancement! This years festival will highlight Monsters Inc and Oz and will include a circus themed area. Only the Disney imagineers can pull this off, and they never disappoint. Children will delight in the Land of Oz play area with play equipment featuring huge flowers.

There is plenty of exciting entertainment, family fun with interactive play areas for kids and a Flower Power concert series, featuring artists from the 60’s and 70’s.   Food kiosks will be added in the World Showcase, as well as special menus offered by Epcot’s top chefs. There will be circus themed tents filled with carnival games and many photo opportunities with characters and even a "crashed" hot air balloon from Disney's upcoming "Oz The Great and Powerful".  

There is something for all ages to enjoy, so long as you love fun, games, flowers, landscaping or whimsical topiary creations. If some in your party are not so interested, there are still many other spring time attractions for them.  Enjoy the flowers and festivities while hubby is off at spring training baseball games or playing golf. Spring is an enchanted time of year at Epcot and one you have to see for yourself. The festival is included in the price of your Epcot Admission. 


More reason to visit Disney World in the spring
2013 Epcot Flower and Garden Festival features topiaries and far more