previously known as:
Epcot '95, Epcot '94, and EPCOT Center
EPCOT - Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow
Opening on October 1, 1982, EPCOT Center was the second theme park to open at Walt Disney World.
Epcot is divided into two main sections: Future World and World Showcase.
FUTURE WORLD is host to a variety of pavilions that each explore a variety of themes from the oceans to the land, from the world's energy sources to the history of human communication. Here you'll also find thrilling rides in the forms of a high-speed car proving ground at Test Track to an exciting space flight to Mars on Mission: SPACE. The Land pavilion is home to Epcot's biggest crowd pleasure, Soarin', a simulated hang gliding ride over California.
WORLD SHOWCASE is the collection of international pavilions that are located around World Showcase Lagoon. Each country has a variety of shops and restaurants that show off the country's culture and cuisines. Some of the countries, such as Mexico and Norway, have rides, while others, such as China, U.S.A., France and Canada have film presentations that give you further insight into the country's history and culture.
Over the years, EPCOT Center has gone through a variety of name changes. From 1982 through 1993 the park was known as EPCOT Center. In 1994 it was Epcot '94, and in 1995 it was Epcot '95 as part of a countdown to the year 2000. However, that plan ended with Epcot '95, and from 1996 through today, the park is simply known as Epcot.
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