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Top Souvenir: Epcot Passport for World Showcase

When listing their favorite Disney parks, many children put Epcot last. 

While they like the rides in Future World, they seem less excited about traveling over into the World Showcase.

Agent P’s World Showcase adventure has helped with some of that, but for those not willing to be a slave the games itinerary, there is another way to make World Showcase more enjoyable for the kids.

In many of the gift shops, you can find the Epcot Passport for the World Showcase. The World Showcase passport serves as  a way for kids to learn more about the countries featured this area of Epcot.

Inside the Epcot Passport for World Showcase

Each Epcot Passport comes with a set of stickers for the country featuring specific landmarks and flags. They can match up these stickers to actual things they will find in each World Showcase country.

It almost serves as a kind of “eye spy” game they can play as you walk around the World Showcase area of the park.

Epcot PassportWhen kids take their World Showcase Passport to Kidcot stations through out the World Showcase, cast members will stamp them. Cast members will also write a greeting in their native language!

There is also a place in each country’s section for kids to journal.  They might choose to write about a ride, something they ate or something they might have learned that they didn’t already know.

They can do this while they are in the country or when they get home as a time to reflect on their trip.

We have found that once our kids outgrew the Kidcot coloring activities, the Epcot Passport was a great way to keep them motivated to go through all of the countries (while also sneaking in an educational opportunity).

What ways do you keep your kids entertained while going through World Showcase?

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Robert Holewinski

Saturday 12th of May 2018

l was the creator and designer of the Epcot World Showcase Passport when I worked as a designer for Disney (1990-1999). The Passport came out around 1991-1992 and was something I am still extremely proud to have created. I look for it every time I visit Epcot and am glad to see it still available. When it first came out we had many teachers requesting bulk orders so they could give them out to their students as an educational tool. Thank you all for enjoying the Epcot Passport. Robert Holewinski. rdholew@aol.com

Leigh (@greenforu)

Wednesday 12th of February 2014

I still have my Epcot passport from when I was a kid along with a bunch of other fun things like the map of Epcot from the late 80's!! #SITSBlogging


Wednesday 12th of February 2014

I unfortunately haven't been to Disney in over 20 years. But I remember Epcot being my favorite and that my fellow seniors loved hanging around Norway.


Tuesday 11th of February 2014

This is the perfect souvenir because it would be full of memories instead of taking up space and eventually the kids growing out of it, like a stuffed animal. Thanks for sharing :)

Keri @ Growing in His Glory

Tuesday 11th of February 2014

We went to Disney World a few years ago when our daughters were very small, and we skipped Epcot because, well, we were limited on time and the parks seemed more suited to younger children. However, the next time we go back, we will visit Epcot. I love this World Showcase Passport. What a fun and educational way for children to learn about different places! I love it! Thanks for sharing. Your site is a wealth of information. I'm pinning for future reference :)


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