PHOTOS - Holiday decor now on display at EPCOT

Nov 17, 2020 in "Epcot International Festival of the Holidays"

2020 Epcot International Festival of the Holidays decor
Posted: Tuesday November 17, 2020 11:51am ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

EPCOT is now decorated for the holidays ahead of the official start of a 'Taste of EPCOT International Festival of the Holidays' on November 27 2020.

The park is a little less decked-out this year due to the vast number of construction walls in Future World, and no stages setup for the holiday storytellers.

However, World Showcase remains decorated, including the tree at the American Adventure pavilion.


Click the gallery to see more photos from the 2020 EPCOT Christmas Holiday decor.

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ImperfectPixieNov 22, 2021

🤮 Bob can say WDW is a "luxury" experience all he wants...that version of Mickey is NOT representative of luxury.

JohnDNov 22, 2021

I understand but that’s the new logo now. Not likely.

ImperfectPixieNov 22, 2021

I was thinking clear version of a soda can, but yup, pretty much.

JohnDNov 22, 2021

Cup? Looks more like a water bottle with the top cut off.

ImperfectPixieNov 22, 2021

I really wish they'd stop using that version of Mickey.

DCBakerNov 22, 2021

Passholder-Exclusive Cup at EPCOT "This specialty cup for Passholders will be available to purchase with the Gingerbread Milkshake at the Donut Box Holiday Kitchen. Passholder must present a valid Annual Pass card and government-issued photo ID to purchase. Location and times subject to change".

MisterPenguinDec 23, 2020

JohnDDec 23, 2020

In theory you're not supposed to know in order to promote social distancing so that crowds don't gather. That doesn't mean it doesn't go around WS lagoon at the same time each day.

mnelson3Dec 20, 2020

Two questions, does anyone know what time Mickey’s Christmas Cavalcade runs at Epcot? And secondly where might be a good, low crowded “speaker spot” for recording? Lol. Considering this particular song doesn’t seem to be floating around anywhere.

JohnDDec 14, 2020

Remember, it's always the Flower, Garden, Food, and Wine Festival of the Arts and Holidays at EPCOT.

TrainsOfDisneyDec 13, 2020

Give Epcot credit though... they haven’t cut any of the FT entertainment. Voices, Jammitors, and Carol on the Piano are still employed.

aladdin2007Dec 13, 2020

disney seems to think by blasting music that it makes up for the lack of entertainment and other things. :banghead:

zengothDec 13, 2020

If it wasnt for the big tree and the loud holiday music (interrupted by the “you will comply” announcements), i’d’ve sworn it was still Food & Wine fest. But the effort was there and the CMs were amazing.

EdnaModeDec 07, 2020

An 82 cent discount on a Bavarian fondue if you're the right kind of ticket holder, in the right park, at the right time, in front of the right kiosk, paying the right way...kinda Scroogey. I don't know the term for the opposite of nickel and diming, but whatever that term is, this is that.