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New Scavenger Hunt at Epcot Will be Worth Melting For

New Scavenger Hunt at Epcot Will be Worth Melting For
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A new scavenger hunt will be debuting at Epcot this holiday season and you might say, it’s worth melting for!

The holidays are coming quickly. With the International Food and Wine Festival beginning to wind down, the next festival is right around the corner. Let’s get ready for this special Festival of the Holidays scavenger hunt.

International Festival of the Holidays

Epcot’s next festival, the International Festival of the Holidays is next and begins on November 27th and continues through December 30, 2020.

Though the festival will look different this year, guests can look forward to sixteen returning festival food booths, entertainment including JOYFUL! and Voices of Liberty and other festive events.

Unfortunately, Epcot’s Candlelight Processional which is a holiday favorite has been canceled this year.

Olaf’s Holiday Tradition Expedition

Guests of all ages will be excited to see a new festive scavenger hunt that will be available around the World Showcase.

The scavenger hunt features our loveable snowman, Olaf! Guests can spot Olaf sledding around the World Showcase, while he collects new and fun holiday traditions to share with his friends, Anna and Elsa.

To participate in the scavenger hunt, buy a Scavenger Hunt map for $7.99. Maps are available at participating locations, including Disney Traders, Mouse Gear, World Traveler and Port of Entry.

Other locations offering maps are stroller rental locations at the Main Entrance and International Gateway, and also the merchandise cart in the Canada Pavilion.

Once all of the holiday traditions are matched to the location on the map, guests can go to any of the locations listed above and claim their gift!

Will you be participating in Olaf’s Holiday Tradition Expedition? Do you have plans to attend the International Festival of the Holidays? Tell us about it in the comments below or on our Facebook page.

Maggie Baltz

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