Visit 11 different countries, jump on a NASA space shuttle simulator, and find Nemo in the aquarium.
Even in the fantasyland of Walt Disney World, Epcot stands out as truly bizarre. Envisioned by Walt himself as the Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow, Epcot was supposed to be an actual, fully functioning city on the company’s property. The idea was shelved after the old man died in 1966, but in 1982 the park finally opened with a fresh purpose: to celebrate new technology and showcase innovations in urban development. Now it’s bigger (twice the size of the Magic Kingdom) and better than ever — the best rides include a NASA shuttle launch simulator, and the chance to test-drive the car of your dreams. Continue at Source: Your Guide to the Perfect Day at Disney’s Epcot