Imagination! Pavilion
Innoventions East
Innoventions West
Mission: SPACE Pavilion
Spaceship Earth Pavilion
Test Track Pavilion
The Land Pavilion
The Seas with Nemo & Friends Pavilion
Universe of Energy Pavilion


Journey Into Imagination With Figment
Living with the Land
Mission: SPACE Green - Less Intense Training
Mission: SPACE Orange - More Intense Training
Soarin' Around The World
Spaceship Earth
Test Track
The Seas with Nemo & Friends


Fountain of Nations
Future World East Liquid Layer
Future World to World Showcase Pathway Liquid Layer
ImageWorks - The 'What If?' Labs
Mission: SPACE Advanced Training Lab
Project Tomorrow

Guest Services

Baby Care Center/First Aid
Epcot Stroller/Wheelchair Rental
Guest Relations


Club Cool
Coral Reef Restaurant
Electric Umbrella Area Ice Cream Cart
Electric Umbrella Restaurant
Fountain View
Future World West Nut Cart
Imagination! Beverage Carts
Joffrey's Coffee & Tea Company at Future World East
Mission: SPACE Area Snack Stand
Sunshine Seasons
Taste Track
Test Track Area Ice Cream Cart
Test Track Cool Wash
Test Track Turkey Leg Cart
The Garden Grill Restaurant
The Land Cart
The Seas Ice Cream Cart


Camera Center
Club Cool
Electric Umbrella Area Pin Cart
Future World to World Showcase Pathway Souvenir Shop East
Future World to World Showcase Pathway Souvenir Shop West
Gateway Gifts
Green Thumb Emporium
Jewelry Cart
Mission Space Cargo Bay
Mouse Gear
Pin Central
Seabase Alpha Gift Shop
Test Track SIMPorium
The Art of Disney - Epcot

Meet and Greets

Epcot Character Spot


Club Cool/Fountain View Restroom
Coral Reef Restroom
Future World West Restroom
Imagination! Pavilion Restroom
Innoventions East and Electric Umbrella Restroom
Innoventions West/Club Cool Restroom
Soarin' Area Restroom
Spaceship Earth Left Side Restroom
Spaceship Earth Right Side Restroom
Test Track Restrooms
The Garden Grill Area Restrooms
The Odyssey Area Restroom
The Odyssey Interior Restrooms
The Seas with Nemo & Friends Restroom

Smoking Areas

Future World East Smoking Area
Future World West Smoking Area



The original built concept of Future World was a permanent World's Fair. Each of the pavilions had a corporate sponsor and the focus was largely on science and technology. As the park evolved, the science and technology themes evolved into one of discovery. Sponsors still exist in Future World, but the focus on those sponsors has been lessened in some attractions.

The centerpiece of Future World is the iconic Spaceship Earth. The logo of the park is a geodesic sphere that houses the Spaceship Earth attraction. The attraction takes guests through the history of communication.

The west side of Future World features the following pavilions:

  • Innoventions West
  • The Seas with Nemo and Friends Pavilion
  • The Land Pavilion
  • Imagination! Pavilion

This side has less of a focus on technology and this can be seen through subtle things like curved walkways and railings.

Future World East features the following pavilions:

  • Innoventions East
  • Universe of Energy Pavilion
  • Festival Center (Former Wonders of Life Pavilion)
  • Mission: Space Pavilion
  • Test Track Pavilion

This side has a greater focus on technology and as such features defined angles in the walkways and railings.

The majority of the parks rides are in Future World and they include:


Disney Description

In 2007 Disney opened a gallery of museum level exhibits in Future World West celebrating the 25th Anniversary of EPCOT Center. A sign featured inside the gallery offered this description of Future World:

Future World invites us to relive great moments of invention, experience the awesome power and grandeur of nature, explore realms of human imagination, traverse land, sea, and outser space, and discover innovations for enriching our lives.

At Epcot Center, the future is ever-evolving and fluid. While some pavilions leap forward fifty years or a hundred years, others emphasize that the technology available to us today will create the world of tomorrow.



The below video is used with permission from the YouTube channel Virtual Disney World. These videos allow users to manipulate the camera a full 360 degrees using their cursor or directional arrows on their computer. Users on a smartphone or tablet can also manipulate the camera by moving their device in the direction they wish to look.