Disney Vacation Club Lounge at Epcot Opens in June

In order to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of Disney Vacation Club, Disney is creating a brand new, exclusive Member Lounge at Epcot, which is slated to open on the second floor of the Imagination Pavilion on June 6. The lounge is slated to welcome DVC Members, as well as their guests daily.

The entrance for the lounge will be located through the pavilion’s merchandise shop and is included with admission to Epcot. The lounge will be the perfect place for Guests to cool off (or warm up, depending on the season) and relax.

DVC Members will be able to enjoy the benefits and comforts of a pleasant lounge they can call their own.

The Member Lounge will feature:

  • Comfortable seating
  • Complimentary soft drinks
  • Wi-Fi
  • Charging stations
  • Computers with printers
  • Member Services Advisors

 

‘Disney and Pixar Short Film Festival’ Replacing Epcot’s ‘Captain EO’

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Walt Disney World revealed today what will replace the Captain EO attraction at Epcot.

Beginning in December, the Disney & Pixar Short Film Festival will debut in the Epcot’s Magic Eye Theatre. Inside the theater, guests can put on their 3-D glasses and enter the imaginative worlds of three animated shorts, which will burst to life on the big screen (and in the theater) like never before.

‘Tomorowland’ Movie Sneak Peek Coming to Epcot

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Epcot will be showing a sneak peek of the upcoming “Tomorrowland” movie in April 2015.

Disney will be showing the exclusive preview scenes in the Imagination Pavilion Theater, which is currently home to Captain EO. The preview will also feature special effects that are part of that theater location. “Tomorrowland” opens in theaters on May 22nd.

The preview is only for a limited time, and there is talk that preview may signal the end to Captain EO playing at Epcot. EO returned to Epcot in 2010 following the death of Michael Jackson. Although Captain EO was originally expected to be back for a limited time, it has since become a permanent replacement for Honey I Shrunk the Audience.