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This is a very slow boat ride but highly informative and interesting especially going through the areas with plants and flowers that are edible and the different innovative ways of growing them. I was very impressed with the size of the winter melons.
It’s a slow boat ride with a narration about land and farming and sustainability of food farming. There are some interesting plants and some innovative planting solutions. It’s interesting and a pleasant way to spend 15 mins or so in the boat.
After riding soarin we wanted a little slower relaxing boat ride, early November is a great time to see what they grow there for the food and wine. Highly recommend this ride, line normally is never long.
I do hope they never close this attraction. The first part of the 'boat ride' is about the historical aspect of adapting to different land environments across the world. The second part shows you the work going on Epcot to grow food in a more...More
This is a nice informative ride which gives some good examples of sustainable food growth, including plants and fish. You take a slow boat through a large greenhouse containing many plants and fish which Disney uses throughout the parks.
I was expecting this to be boring, but it was actually quite enjoyable. You get to learn about the land a bit, seeing some terrific examples of farming and aquaculture, and the boat ride itself is enjoyable enough that the little ones didn't mind actually...More
This is not your typical theme park thrill ride. No falls, twists, or 360s here. This is a slow boat that seeks to inform the rider about growing crops and feeding the world. After a brief history lesson, you make your way through several areas...More