You asked: What is at Epcot for teens?

Epcot is home to some seriously cool attractions your teens will love. … During their global tour in the World Showcase, your teens can learn about each country, taste the food and check out some really cool experiences like getting a henna tattoo at the Art of Henna in the Morocco Pavilion.

What age is appropriate for Epcot?

Epcot (Ages 10 to 14)

Kids ages 10 to 14 will really enjoy Epcot, not only because of some of the major thrill attractions like Mission: SPACE and Test Track, but also because of the sense of adventure that comes with exploring World Showcase.

Is Disney World fun for a 16 year old?

Disney World is not just Peter Pan and It’s a Small World. There are thrill rides, too. Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster, starring Aerosmith, is a thrill ride inside Disney’s Hollywood Studios. It’s a ride older kids, especially tweens and teens will like a lot since it’s a daring roller coaster with loops and breakneck speeds.

Can you lie about child’s age at Disney?

Theme park tickets are another temping spot to lie about your kids ages. … Disney does do spot checks and age kids ages. Again, having a birth certificate along for honest parents with big kids. If you’re caught be prepared to pay the higher admission.

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Who gets in free to Disney World?

Walt Disney World® Resort. Children aged under 3 years get in free to all four theme parks and two water parks at Disney World. Kids ages 3 to 9 pay a youth ticket price, and kids 10 and older pay the adult admission rate.

Is Epcot worth going to?

As with all the Disney Parks, Epcot is worth a visit. … If experiencing such stuff (food, music) from other nations is not your thing, perhaps Epcot is not for you. Depending on the lineups, you can finish off the attractions/rides of “Future World” in a few hours. You cannot spend your entire day at Future World.

Do teenagers enjoy Disney World?

There are many attractions at Walt Disney World that teens will enjoy. I have mostly been on trips to Walt Disney World with my family of four, but I have also been on trips with many teenagers who were reluctant to go. After the trip, however, they could not wait to come back!