May es el mes de las madres and here at Walt Disney World Resort, we continue honoring the most special person in our lives. What better way to honor mom than to bring her and the entire familia to the 2019 Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival?
This year, the festival brings all the splendor of primavera with a fantastic variety of vibrant displays and magical experiences that we’re sure mom will love!
Follow the quick guide below to make sure not to miss any of the festival highlights:
Outdoor Kitchens – Located around Future World and World Showcase, the Outdoor Kitchens invite you to enjoy over a dozen different cuisines including Jardin de Fiestas, located near the Mexico pavilion, where you could taste Tlacoyo, Beef Torta, Tres Leches, and much more! La Isla Fresca promises to send your appetites swaying to the island beat with a variety of Caribbean-seasoned dishes like Sugar Cane Shrimp Skewer, Jamaican-braised Beef or Tropical Mousse Cake, and more!
Garden Rocks Concert Series – With an incredible line up seven days a week until June 3, mom will have plenty of choices to get in the groove and enjoy chart-topping musical acts like Jon Secada (May 28 – 29) and Eddie Palmieri (June 2 – 3), all at the America Gardens Theatre.
Topiaries, Gardens and Exhibits – Find your favorite Disney characters, each carefully created and pruned by a talented crew of Disney horticulturists. Look for Disney•Pixar “Toy Story” films’s Bo Peep, Lightning McQueen and Mater from the Disney•Pixar “Cars” Films, The Three Caballeros featuring Jose, Donald and Panchito located at the Mexico pavilion, and many more!
Guided Tours – Four guided tours will take your family through the magic of gardens and displays that make this festival so amazing and unique. Explore, develop or even discover a passion for gardening, an activity that we’re sure mom would love to experience juntos with you. Check our website for price and age requirements.
Check out all the festival details to make sure madres can continue celebrating en grande.
This post originally appeared on Disney Parks Blog.
Author: Sarah Domenech