WDWNT is pleased to present our annual guide to the EPCOT International Festival of the Holidays. This celebration of holidays around the world brings unique foods, decorations, performances and more to World Showcase. From special holiday kitchens to the Holiday Cookie Stroll, you’ll find plenty of treats to enjoy. Each country also features displays or performances celebrating unique cultural traditions around the holidays. And of course, the renowned Candlelight Processional illuminates the American Gardens Theater every night of the festival.
Festival of the Holidays is EPCOT’s shortest running festival, taking place November 29-December 30. With such a short time to enjoy the offerings of this joyous event, how do you make sure you see it all? That’s where our guide comes in! And in the true spirit of the holidays, we offer our guide for free so that you have more to spend on holiday gifts for your loved ones – and some festival merchandise for yourself!
Make the most of all that’s merry and bright at Epcot this season with the information and reviews in our guide. We’ve got menus of each holiday kitchen with ratings of each item – plus links to FULL reviews of every item at the festival. You can also find a full calendar of celebrity narrators for the Candlelight Processional, photos of Festival-exclusive merch, and details on all of the other Festival offerings.
And don’t forget to visit our festival website at wdwnt.holiday for full coverage of everything Festival of the Holidays at EPCOT!
What’s in this Festival of the Holidays Guide:
You’ll find individual pages for the many booths and locations at the festival, all in alphabetical order to make it easy to find the booth you’re looking for.
On each page, you’ll find:
- A full menu of the food and beverage options available at each booth, with prices and a mini-map of the booth’s location.
- Rankings for each food item and specialty drink. We rate the best of each booth, and give every other item a green thumbs up, a red thumbs down, or a yellow sideways thumb (for dishes that were just so-so).
- For beer, we list the ABV (alcohol by volume), so you know how strong each beer is. For example, the Tsingtao at Shanghai Holiday Kitchen is only 4.7% ABV, while the Barrel of Monks Brewing Figgy Terno at Prost! is 7.5% ABV.
- For wine and spirits, we list the price per bottle of the wine or spirit, so you know what kind of value you’re getting.
- Links to reviews and more: Need more help deciding? You’ll find a link on each booth page to our full reviews and photos of every item from every booth.
How to Get Your FREE Copy of the Guide!
Just head over to our sign-up page at wdwnt.holiday/guide to download our brand new and FREE guide instantly!