What’s New at EPCOT: Holiday Decorations, Reopened World Showcase Shops, and More!
Who is ready for a festive trip to EPCOT?? Christmas tree in EPCOT Hi, DFB friends! We recently visited EPCOT to see what's new since our last trip to the park, and we were greeted with a ton of new additions. So without further ado, let's dive into all the latest food, merchandise and construction […]

Who is ready for a festive trip to EPCOT??

Christmas tree in EPCOT

Hi, DFB friends! We recently visited EPCOT to see what's new since our last trip to the park, and we were greeted with a ton of new additions. So without further ado, let's dive into all the latest food, merchandise and construction updates in EPCOT!

EPCOT Food Updates

Joffrey's Coffee and Tea Monorail Station Kiosk

As we approached the entrance to the park, we noticed that the Joffrey's coffee and tea kiosk near the Monorail station was open.

Joffrey

Thus, customers who needed a little help before entering the park had the opportunity to pass!

Review! Sip the holiday cheer with Joffrey's NEW Holiday Drinks at Disney World!

EPCOT construction updates

Space 220

Strolling near the next Space 220 restaurant, we noticed that the panel was covered. At the moment, not much is happening here!

Space 220

We can't wait to hear more about the opening of this interstellar restaurant!

Take a peek inside Space 220 here!

Toilet of the future world

We have noticed that the Future World restrooms near Gateway Gifts are not available.

Toilet of the future world

Signs are posted outside the two bathroom entrances indicating that they are not currently available.

Take a look at an overview of the EPCOT transformation

Guardians of the Galaxy Coaster

We haven't seen or heard anything new happening here! I always prepare to "rock the galaxy!"

Guardians of the Galaxy Building

We will continue to research any new signage or construction updates near this upcoming attraction!

Click here to see a preview of the Guardians of the Galaxy attraction!

EPCOT Holiday Updates

Living with the land

Living with the land has had a makeover. Even plants need to feel the Christmas spirit! Let's head to the Land Pavilion and check it out!

Living with the decorations of the earth

It is also a great attraction to try to find Hidden mickeys.

Mickey Reindeer decoration

The stockings were hung by the greenhouse with care.

Living with the decorations of the earth

These bright lights put us in the holiday spirit!

Living with the lights of the earth

Check out all these beautifully wrapped gifts filled with fresh vegetables!

Living with the decorations of the earth

This ride overlay is so lovely and fun!

View All Living with the Land Holiday Decorations Here!

Global showcase

The showcase of countries around the world has also been prepared and prepared for the holidays! We even noticed some kiosks preparing for the Holiday Festival.

EPCOT Festival of the Holidays Sign

The restaurants and shops of the World Showcase have festive and cheerful touches.

Decorations of the flag of France

Check out this garland that we spotted in the Italy pavilion!

Italy flag holiday decorations

Looks like World Showcase is embracing the most wonderful time of the year!

Discover more holiday decorations around EPCOT

EPCOT Merchandise Updates

Flag of italy

Some shops in the Italian flag have also reopened to welcome guests this week - Il Bel Cristallo, and The Gemma Elegante.

Italy flag stores reopen

These shops were very nicely decorated for the holidays! Discover this beautiful Christmas tree decorated with Venetian masks!

Venetian mask tree

We are happy to have more shopping options in time for the holidays in the global storefront!

Learn more about the reopening of these stores here!

French flag

The France Pavilion has reopened some of its stores, including The spirit of Provence and The House of Wine wine cellar! Stores have safety and health measures in place, including plexiglass and distance markers.

Plexiglas pavilion in France

These stores are also decorated for the holidays!

Distance measurements

L'Esprit de la Provence reopened its doors to guests this week.

Reopening of the French Pavilion stores

The reopened stores of the Pavillon de la France have a handful of new things to offer, and just in time for your holiday shopping! We spotted a new pair of Minnie ears, with a familiar paris icon.

New France ears

These ears are priced at $ 29.99. These are definitely a fun new addition to our endless ear collection (and maybe yours too)!

Discover France Minnie's new ears here!

There is also a new collection of Loungefly with The Aristocats! There's this adorable backpack with a fuzzy Marie! This backpack costs $ 75.00.

Marie Loungefly

There is also a shoulder bag in this collection! It costs $ 65.00.

Aristocats Loungefly

And last, but not the least, is the Marie wallet! It costs $ 50.00.

Aristocats wallet

This collection will have you singing "Everybody Wants To Be A Cat" in no time!

See more photos of the Loungefly Aristocats collection here!

Mouse Equipment

Mouse Gear is often the hotspot for EPCOT merchandise, and we've found something perfect for all of your Thanksgiving kitchen - new oven mitts!

New oven gloves

These mittens feature icons from the four Disney parks. Their price is $ 14.99.

We found even more new oven mitts at Disney World

Camera Center / Pin Traders

Here we found some cool, some Random, and some reduced pins! Jack Skellington is getting ready for the holidays with this ornamental pin! We found it for $ 15.99.

Jack Skellington pin

We also found Flower and Garden Festival pins and sets of pins for 30% reduction!

Flower and garden pins

We're sending it back to last year's Holiday Festival with this pin at the cost of $ 17.99. We haven't spotted any for 2020 yet!

Holiday Festival Brooch

These pins we found celebrate a lot of different things. We'll let you know if we find any new Disney pins!

Take a look at these Walt Disney World Resort vacation pins!

And that's what's NEW at EPCOT! We had fun spotting random pins and celebrating the holidays with all the festive decor! With so much going on, we'll be sure to have more updates on this park very soon, so stay tuned.

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Metal Halide ( MH ) and High-Pressure Sodium ( HPS ) lights are the most common HID light variety. MH lights are best during the vegetative stage, while HPS is better for flowering. If you purchase HID lights, you need a ballast. Magnetic ballasts are relatively inexpensive, but high-quality digital variantes are a better option.

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It is a simple low-stress training ( LST ) technique which involves using a screen. While the common LST method involves tying down the plant, SCROG requires a little patience. You use a screen to keep the plants in check. When the branches grow through the holes in the screen, tuck the branches back down. If you get it right, your plants should produce several colas instead of a single main one.

tera be honest, Cheese grows well using either one. Soil is the traditional option and has been used successfully for thousands of years. As a beginner, it is okay to purchase premium-grade potting soil as long as there isn’t any chemical fertilizer inside it. Organic ‘super’ soil is among the best options money can buy. Once you learn more about soil, you can create your own using materials including worm castings, bat guano, and wood ash.

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Overall, Cheese doesn’t have any special feeding requirements. Focus on providing plenty of Nitrogen during the vegetative stage and reduce it in flowering. Other essential nutrients include Phosphorus, Potassium, Copper, Iron, Magnesium, Calcium, Manganese, and Sulfur.

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