Ready for some warm weather and sunshine come visit Orlando, Florida! This spring come and experience events at the world famous theme parks like Walt Disney, Universal Orlando, SeaWorld and more. Walt Disney World Epcot hosts its annual International Flower and Garden Festival and everyone is ready for this unique celebration. Make transportation to the festival, other theme parks, resorts and airports easy when you book with Transportation Orlando. For on time arrival and pick up the choice is clear! Give us a call today.
The Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival is one of the Walt Disney World Resorts most popular events and a must see when visiting during the spring. Enjoy topiaries, delicious cuisine, entertainment and special festival merchandise. Don’t miss any of the action from March 6 through June 3.
Shrubs have been transformed into living works of art by Disney horticulturists and are on display through out the park. Anna and Elsa from Frozen are located at the Norway Pavilion. Between the United Kingdom and Canada Pavilion is where Bambi and Friends. Also, in the United Kingdom Pavilion is Captain Hood and Peter Pan. The famous Beauty and the Beast statue is located in the France Pavilion. Guests can grab a picture with any of these, perfect for Instagram or Facebook.
There is a new topiary located in Future World East that is Bo Peep and her Sheep with Buzz Lightyear and Woody from Toy Story. Near Spaceship Earth guests will find Daisy Duck and the Floral Stars of the Show. Figment is located near the Imagination! Pavilion. The Italy Pavilion is home to Lady and the Tramp. These are only a few of the beautiful statues of plants on display throughout the whole Epcot theme park.
Guests can immerse themselves in aromatic gardens, flower beds and so much more. The Germany Pavilion is home to the Alpine Container Garden, where visitors will learn about the hearty alpine plants. The Bamboo Garden is in the China Pavilion and has many colors, patterns and sizes of bamboo. Bonsai Collection lets everyone discover the art of bonsai in the Japan Pavilion. These are only a few of the gardens to explore.
Take in all the sounds of the gardens and the live music in the Garden Rocks Concert Series. Some of the most popular throwback beats will be performed at the American Gardens Theatre. Shows take place seven nights a week with showtimes ranging from 5:30 pm, 6:45 pm and 8 pm. Artists include Glass Tiger, Jon Anderson of Yes, Tony Orlando, Simple Plan, Air Supply, Rick Springfield and so many more. Enjoy concerts and all the festival has to offer this year.