The second EPCOT festival of the year is the Flower and Garden Festival. It’s a guest favorite, not just for the way the park looks with all the additional flower beds, topiary, and floral displays added, but for the fresh food and fun merchandise that’s available at the festival booths. This year, there are some Annual Passholder festival exclusives you won’t want to miss.
The passholder exclusive magnets are high in demand and a great way to remember your trip to the Flower and Garden festival every time you look at your fridge when you get home. This year there are two magnets. First is the “Donald Duck with Spike the Bee” magnet which will be available March 4-April 19, while “Orange Bird” will make his magnet debut April 20-June 1. Both magnets will be available at the new temporary location for Mouse Gear.
Note: One Donald Duck magnet and one Orange Bird magnet per Passholder. Available while supplies last. Must visit Mouse Gear and must present your valid annual pass and photo ID to receive the magnets.
There will be other Passholder-exclusives, including tees and pins. We’re told the new Orange Bird and Donald and Spike collections are really cute. Passholders can also take advantage of their 20% discount on merchandise.
Save on the Garden Rocks Concert Series packages – The America Gardens Theatre will play host to performances by fan-favorite bands and musicians – including 20 new artists this year! Passholders can get a 10% discount on dining packages, which is the easiest way to guarantee a seat with no wait at the concert series.
Although these aren’t passholder exclusives, the very popular Orange Bird Sipper is returning to the Festival! Joining the Orange Bird this year is a Spike the Bee Sipper (inspired by the Disney character who first appeared in Disney short films in the 1940s). It will be available at The Honey Bee-stro and will contain the popular Honey-Peach Freeze. Both specialty sippers will be available while supplies last.
The EPCOT International Flower & Garden Festival launches March 4th and runs through June 1. Are you planning a visit in 2020?