Disney's Epcot International Festival of the Arts is one of the best festivals that Disney has to offer. This festival is free with park admission, is held mid-January until about the end of February, and allows park guests to immerse themselves in the visual, culinary and performing arts. This was my first year experiencing this fantastic event and I thoroughly enjoyed every minute. To kneeling down on the sidewalk to visualize myself building a snowman with Anna, Kristoff and Olaf, participating in the Paint by Numbers mural like owner Melissa Martin, taking in one of the live performers, to strolling through one of the many artists booths or singing along to some of my favorite show stopping numbers with Disney's on Broadway Concert Series.
However, by far my favorite thing to do is to savor one of the many delicious foods offered at festival-exclusive Food Studios across Epcot's Future World and World Showcase. From the Deconstructed Reuben at The Deconstructed Dish or the Mushroom Risotto from The Masterpiece Kitchen.
Epcot's International Festival of the Arts also provided me with the opportunity to experience new drinks from around the world such as the Sea Butterfly from The Painted Panada or a Frozen French Martini from L'Art du Cuisine Francaise.
What Festival would be complete without indulging in one of the many tasty treats like the Artist Palette Jumbo Chocolate Chip Cookie from Decadent Delights or the Paintbrush Churros from the Refreshment Outpost.
Finally, I certainly hope that Disney will continue to offer Epcot's International Festival of the Arts in years to come, so that I can enjoy even more visual, culinary and performing arts next year.