PHOTOS: World Showcase Passport Books Return After 3 Years in NEW Style at EPCOT, Continuing Legacy of Park’s Longest-Running Souvenir

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PHOTOS: World Showcase Passport Books Return After 3 Years in NEW Style at EPCOT, Continuing Legacy of Park’s Longest-Running Souvenir

The longest-running souvenir at EPCOT has returned, as guests can once again travel World Showcase with their own unique passport. This is now available at many locations throughout the park, including the Creations Shop in World Celebration.

World Showcase Passport Pack – $14.99

Several years have passed since the last time the passport was updated, and we’ve been missing it since at least the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. Due to the need for human interaction, these passports disappeared for quite awhile.

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The pack includes a Mickey button and 77 stickers representing the different countries of EPCOT.

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On the back, we can see the button declares you an “Honorary Ambassador” for EPCOT and World Showcase.

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The plastic is re-sealable, but this passport truly shines outside of the packaging. The face of Mickey Mouse is most prominent, along with the “EPCOT” logo and flag designs of all eleven World Showcase countries revolving around a hint of the Spaceship Earth design in a ring.

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The first page offers instructions on the purpose of the passport, explaining how you can affix your stamps from each country into your booklet as you visit them, take notes on exciting observations, and share new discoveries and thoughts.

This passport is designed to enhance and enrich your visit to each country. Document your travels with the included stamps, make notes of your adventures, and visit the cultural representatives.

Cultural representatives may also validate your passport at designated locations.

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Fully detailed flags for France, Morocco, Japan, the United States, Italy, Germany, China, Norway, Mexico, Canada, and the United Kingdom are featured — along with space to personalize your ticket to the world with your name and other details.

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Here’s a look at the standard country visitation pages, with space to place stamps, a small area for notes, and a prompt to record the date and time the country was visited.

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There are also full pages of notes available to share some of your favorite memories and ideas from around the Earth.

Take a detailed look at every stamp for each of the eleven nations below:

mexico stamps

Each country has a Mickey Mouse stamp, flag stamp, photos of sights within their respective pavilions, and classic Disney characters. Mexico is represented by The Three Caballeros, especially Donald Duck.

norway stamps

Norway is represented by Mickey, Minnie, and Goofy.

china stamps

China is represented by Mulan and Mushu.

germany stamps

Germany is represented by Snow White, Dopey, and various animals of the forest.

italy stamps

Italy is represented by Donald and Goofy.

america stamps

The United States of America is represented by Mickey and Minnie once again.

japan stamps

Japan shuns Disney characters (other than Mickey) in favor of more photos of the stunning architecture.

morocco stamps

Morocco is represented by Aladdin, Jasmine, and Abu.

france stamps

Mickey and Minnie return to represent France, sharing romantic strolls along the Seine in Paris.

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The United Kingdom is represented by Alice and several Wonderland friends, along with Peter Pan, Wendy, Tinker Bell, and the rest of the Darling family.

canada stamps

Canada is represented by Chip ‘n Dale, along with Mickey Mouse, this time depicted as a master of curling.

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The final page of the passport itself ends with a Walt Disney quote, fitting, as EPCOT was his final large-scale idea.

We keep moving forward, opening new doors, and doing new things, because we’re curious and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths.

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Are you excited to know you’ve once again been asked to be an ambassador? Let us know in the comments.

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