Today is a relatively cold day at Disney and like a rainy day that might mean you want to stay indoors. So, what are some good options for indoor activities at Disney? Disney Quest is the quick answer. If you purchased the water parks, fun, and more option then head on over to Downtown Disney and spend some time in the 5 story building of virtual reality, 3D, and classic video games.
But if you want to stick with the 4 parks, I suggest spending that cold or rainy day at Epcot. Many short showers can be avoided all together by timing a trip to Ellen's Energy Adventure
. The 45 minute attraction is all indoors- as is the queue. Often this will give a long enough cover for the afternoon showers that are so common to Florida.
More inside time can be spent at Innoventions East and West
. Little kids have fun with the Great Piggy Bank Adventure and Where's the Fire while the big kids (and adults) really like designing and then riding their own roller coaster at the Sum of All Thrills. There are plenty of options in these pavilions to keep you dry or warm for a couple hours if you do them all.
There are also plenty of hands on activities after exiting Spaceship Earth
, Journey Into Imagination
, and Mission Space
. Of course the Seas with Nemo
has a slew of underwater adventure for all ages. Taking a trip over to the Land
could mean a ride on Soarin
, Living with the Land
, watch The Circle of Life
, maybe catch the Behind the Seeds Tour
for a nominal fee (well worth it), and then grab a snack (or full meal) from Sunshine Season Food Fair. And those are just your options in Future World.
The World Showcase is a good bet too. The countries are fairly close together and offer plenty of shopping, some movies/attractions, and again...more food options.
Oh yes, Epcot is the park to visit on a cold or rainy day...or a sunny day for that matter.