Journey Into Imagination with Figment (EPCOT)

Journey Into Imagination opened at EPCOT in 1983 and has been a part of Walt Disney World ever since. As part of the Imagination Pavilion conceived by Walt Disney Imagineer Tony Baxter, Journey Into Imagination took guests aboard a whimsical flight into the imagination, with Dreamfinder and Figment reminding guests that “One Little Spark” (a song written by Richard and Robert Sherman) can lead to an unlimited number of ideas.

In this podcast episode, we discuss the history of Journey Into Imagination, including its replacements, Journey Into Your Imagination and (currently) Journey Into Imagination with Figment, along with some speculation as to what might be in store for this attraction’s future. This episode includes fun facts and some audio recordings of the attraction.

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Published by Matthew Krul

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