It’s Spring….at Walt Disney World That Is…

While it seems like Spring will never arrive for many of us, it is truly Spring at Walt Disney World, where the Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival has just begun. If you need a taste of Spring, there really is no better place to get it!

The topiaries are really amazing and so much fun to see. Disney’s Imagineers and gardening cast members do an incredible job of bringing over a hundred favorite Disney characters and scenes to life in colorful, living displays. And they can be enjoyed both day and night.

Now really, doesn’t this make you think Spring? :)

This year’s festival, which will run through May 18, features special experiences for every age and interest. With Outdoor Kitchen kiosks featuring fresh and delicious food and drink offerings (mini Food and Wine Festival!), interesting seminars sponsored by HGTV, Flower Power Concert series and children’s play areas, make sure you plan extra time to take in all that the Flower and Garden Festival offers. There really is no better way to “Think Spring”!

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