The 2016 EPCOT International Flower and Garden Festival Passport Is Out And Full of Info!

February 21, 2016

The 2016 EPCOT International Flower and Garden Festival Passport is now online, giving us a look at what will be new and available at this year’s festival! Two new topiaries will be joining this year’s brining the festival total up to 17 topiaries.

Fresh Food, Fun & Flowers will be located at the park’s Main Entrance and will feature
Donald, Daisy, Huey, Dewey and Louie as they help get ready for Fresh Epcot! The second new topiary will be located  at Future World East and will feature Ranger Mickey & Friends and is presented by National Parks Foundation.

A new event is coming to the “Fun Fresh Weekends” line up. Outdoor Family Fun Weekend will be held April 8-10 and families will be able to “Experience the benefits of being outdoors in nature while sharing time together with friends and family at select Festival gardens.” Also that weekend Theme Park Specialists from Animal Kingdom will be presenting “Bugs are cool” in the Festival Center from 10am-5pm. The new

Music Garden Melodies we mentioned last month will be near the Imagination Pavilion.

The Passport also gives us more information on this year’s Exclusive WDW Passholder Gift.  Each month during this year’s festival current WDW Annual Passholders can collect one of three special edition prints drawn by legendary artist Don “Ducky” Williams. There prints are limited to one print per Passholder per month, and the Passholder must personally pick up their print, and show their AP membership card and Photo ID at a special location behind Club Cool.  Each month’s limited availibility print will feature a different character,  March 2-31 the print will be Donald Duck, April 1-30 Goofy and May 1-30 Mickey Mouse.


Below are pictures of this year’s Outdoor Kitchen menus, and for those that would like to download and print off a copy before arriving at the park (the Festival Passport is available for free at EPCOT during the Festival) we have a PDF!

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