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Front of the Line Pass: Epcot

November 16th, 2011

Epcot, I feel, is a very cultural Park at Walt Disney World. It showcases many different countries. Not only that, but when you go to each individual country in Epcot, you get to know a person from that land. For example, if you go into the Japan land and go to their gift shop, the people who work there are actually from Japan. I feel this makes Epcot a very fascinating park. However, to continue my front of the line pass series, I will show you how to get a front of the line pass at Epcot. Just so you know, once you get a front of the line pass at one Park, you don’t have to give it at any other Park. I am just detailing this just in case you find your first day at Walt Disney World to be at Epcot. Now, after looking at the map there seems to be a pattern at every Park. Right when you go through the turnstiles after you punch your ticket, every guest services building seems to be on the left. Now that we know that, let’s use that knowledge to obtain a front the line pass for Epcot. Let’s say you just punched your ticket to get into the park and you’re standing (or in my case, sitting) in front of Spaceship Earth. What you’ll want to do is go to the left. Like with all the other parks, the guest services is the first building on your left. To reiterate, once you go into the building, you will have to fill out a form. They will also ask you how long you will be visiting the parks. This way, you will not have to fill out the form more than once. One front of the line pass should cover the length of your stay. At Epcot, the front of the line pass is useful for such rides as the Seas with Nemo and Friends among others. Next time on Beyond the Castle, we will take a look at how to obtain a front of the line pass at Disney’s animal Kingdom. For now though, what is your favorite attraction at Epcot? Please leave your comments below and let the world know what you think. I look forward to hearing from you. For now, as always, have a magical day!

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