More New Stuff (and some traditional favorites) at Walt Disney World

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Lady and the Tramp topiaries in EPCOT'S Italy, WDW. ©Jean Janssen Lady and the Tramp topiaries in EPCOT’S Italy, WDW.
©Jean Janssen

Tinkerbell's Butterfly Garden, International Flower and Garden Show,  EPCOT, WDW. ©Jean Janssen Tinkerbell’s Butterfly Garden, International Flower and Garden Show, EPCOT, WDW.
©Jean Janssen

Day 3 at Disney in mid May, we were able to catch the end of the International Flower and Garden Show at Epcot.  The unique topiaries scattered throughout both sections of the park are fun to see even if you are not an avid gardener.  Check out Tinkerbell’s Butterfly Tent and you will see more of these winged beauties (butterflies, not fairies) than in many butterfly houses.  The festival is long-running and worth planning a trip to WDW in the spring.  It was our first visit to the festival.

With another new offering, Disney has cleverly incorporated the Explorer Scout concept from UP into the Animal Kingdom Park.  Visitors can work on badges as they tour the park. ©Jean Janssen With another new offering, Disney has cleverly incorporated the Explorer Scout concept from UP into the Animal Kingdom Park. Visitors can work on badges as they tour the park.
©Jean Janssen

Daisy with her butterfly net may have been my favorite topiary at the Flower Festival at EPCOT, WDW. ©Jean Janssen Daisy with her butterfly net may have…

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About travelbynatasha

I am a retired attorney who loves to travel. Several years ago I began working on a Century Club membership achieved by traveling to 100 "foreign" countries. Today, at 49 years of age the count is at 82. Many were visited on land based trips. Some were cruise ports. Some were dive sites. Most have been fascinating.
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One Response to More New Stuff (and some traditional favorites) at Walt Disney World

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