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Thank you for you interest in writing to the (Unofficial) EPCOT Discovery Center. To get the fastest, most helpful response to your questions or comments, please read the following points before writing. Please remember that this web site is not run by or affiliated with Epcot or WDW.  The links provided below refer to other web sites which should help answer your question.  If a link is broken, please email the Webmaster below.

  1. Park Hours: WDW's Official web site.

  2. Ticket Prices: WDWIG - Ticket FAQ

  3. Epcot Entertainment Schedules: Epcot Live Entertainment.

  4. Mail Order:  If you want to buy something you saw in an Epcot store, call Walt Disney World Mail Order at 407-363-6200, describe the item, and/or tell them which store you saw it in.  You can also e-mail them at wdw.mail.order@disney.com.

  5. Work in World Showcase: If you would like more information about working in the World Showcase pavilions as part of the WDW International Program, please write to:
    Walt Disney World International Program
    PO Box 10000
    Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830
    407-828-1000

  6. Other frequently asked questions:

  • Videos: Disney has not released any videos of their attractions to the general public including "Captain EO" or the "True Colors" segment from "Honey, I Shrunk the Audience." However, a video of "Captain EO" was created for the Imagineers and it was shown on MTV in the mid-1990s. If you are looking for the video, you may be able to find someone with a copy of the MTV video or willing to sell a copy of the Imagineer tape.
  • Hydroponics: Visit Jason's The Land - Information and Virtual Tour
  • "EPCOT" is an acronym for Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow created by Walt Disney in 1966 referring to the city of the future he was dreaming up. He died soon after his plans had been announced and later, in the 1970s, the city of the future idea appeared to be impractical. The concept was redeveloped into a theme park called "EPCOT Center." By 1994, "EPCOT" had become accepted as a word, not just an acronym. In fact, most people referred to the park as EPCOT instead of EPCOT Center. Disney renewed its commitment to the park with the re-Imagineering of several EPCOT Center attractions and changed the name to "Epcot '94" - dropping the word "Center," changing the acronym to a word and adding the current year. This change reflected the acceptance of the word "Epcot" and the park's ever-changing nature with the addition of the year. It also allowed the word to become a registered trademark. Epcot '94 became Epcot '95, but by 1996, the year idea was dropped and the park become known as just "Epcot."

 

E-mail WDW: Click here to e-mail WDW with your questions.

Write to WDW: If you have a question that is not related to information you have found in this web site, please write a letter to WDW at:
Walt Disney World Co.
PO Box 10000
Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830


EPCOT Discovery Center
Created July 1, 1999 / Last modified August 6, 2003
 

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