Epcot Flower and Garden Festival Back in Bloom Spring 2020

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97Walt Disney World has announced the return of the famed spring festival, the Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival and we couldn’t be more excited.

Flower and Garden festival is arguably our favorite festival of the year. Great food, amazing topiaries and bright, vibrant colors and spring flowers at every turn. What could be better than that! 93

The festival, the conclusion of Epcot’s Festival season is scheduled to run from March 4 – June 1, 2020.

Here is what we know so far!

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The 2020 Flower and Garden festival will debut a new Remy topiary, which will serve as the centerpiece of a new Ratatouille-themed garden in the France pavilion.

95This festival is the longest running festival at Epcot and will run for a total of 90 days in 2020. The festival includes kitchens from around the world serving up fresh and delicious food and drinks, incredibly topiaries highlighting some of our favorite Disney characters including Snow White, Mickey and Minnie, Figment, Belle and Beast, Anna and Elsa and so many more.

96The Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival also features the Garden Rocks Concert Series, a number of photo opportunities throughout World Showcase and other parts of Epcot and the festival’s Play Garden and Family Play Zone, kid-centered play areas for kids to burn off energy so Mom and Dad can continue to enjoy great food and drink.

Although we don’t know details regarding food and merch for the 2020 festival yet; be sure to check out our Guide to the 2019 Epcot Flower and Garden Festival to start your planning!

Stay tuned right here for For Love of the Mouse as more information is released!

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(Source: Disney Parks Blog, Blog Mickey)

 

 

 

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