World Celebration Gardens Kiosks Get ‘Festival Market’ Signage at EPCOT

Toni Ferrigno

kiosk in epcot world celebration gardens gets new Festival Market signage

World Celebration Gardens Kiosks Get ‘Festival Market’ Signage at EPCOT

World Celebration Gardens continues to receive updates for the 2024 EPCOT International Flower & Garden Festival, with new kiosks that we spotted last week getting their own Festival Market signage installed.

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Simply called “Festival Market,” the two kiosks sit side-by-side in World Celebration Gardens in the area closest to Creations Shop. These kiosks will likely sell festival merchandise and not food while the festival is on, from February 28 through May 27. Additionally, a smaller, covered kiosk was added to the right side of the kiosk closer to the center of the gardens. It was not there on our last visit.

The kiosks are not the only bit of festival flair added to the gardens. They’re joined by the Figment topiary that has been installed at the center of World Celebration Gardens, marking it the first festival to use World Celebration Gardens for a festival as it was depicted in concept art.

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The signage for the two kiosks is identical, with a chartreuse border, a yellow floral background, “Festival” written in a forest green font, and “Market” written in orange.

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Unfortunately, during our visit, the sign, which appears to be magnetic, for the kiosk further from the center of World Celebration Gardens had come undone and fallen to the ground.

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What do you think about World Celebration Gardens becoming a part of the EPCOT International Flower & Garden Festival? Do you think you’ll be stopping by these kiosks during the festival? Let us know in the comments below.

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