Easter Egg Hunt at Epcot (Limited Time Magic)
Each week in 2013, Walt Disney World is offering a new surprise event for guests as part of Limited Time Magic. From March 18th through March 24th 2013 you can join ‘the most egg-cellent Limited Time Magic surprise yet’. Embark on an Easter egg hunt through World Showcase at Epcot.
A map and sticker sheet can be purchased for $4,95 plus tax at International Gateway and Port of Entry. Ten eggs are hidden in the countries around World Showcase Lagoon. At the end if your quest you can return to the shop to receive a special Vinylmation prize. Here are some pictures of our egg hunt today. SPOILER ALERT: This post contains pictures of the eggs and where they are hidden. Don’t scroll down if you still want to find the eggs on your own! Easter-1 The map has place for ten stickers in all countries except Mexico, where large colorful eggs are hidden with the faces of Mickey, Minnie, Daisy, Donald, Goofy, Pluto, Chip, Dale, Figment and Agent P. We went around World Showcase Lagoon in counter clockwise direction, starting at Canada where we immediately found a yellow egg with Agent P from Phineas and Ferb. Here are some pictures of the eggs at their locations: Easter-2 Easter-3 Easter-4 Easter-5 Easter-6 Easter-7 Easter-8 Easter-9 Easter-10 Easter-11 Easter-12 Easter-13 Easter-14 Easter-15 Easter-16 All eggs were extremely easy to find without any effort while walking by each country. Almost all of the eggs were so prominently displayed on top of buildings or other structures that even people not playing the game could easily have seen them all. The game was obviously targeted at a younger audience, even though most of the people I saw walking around with the map were adults. I hope that if Disney decides to do this Easter event again in future years that they will consider making it more challenging. They could take over the concept of Tokyo Disneyland, where they’ve had an Egg Hunt for some years and guests can pick between a Standard and Expert Course. I certainly think that World Showcase would lend itself very well to hiding eggs; there are lots of good hiding places inside the country pavilions.