Today is the day! The 2021 Taste of EPCOT International Festival of the Arts has officially arrived at Disney World!
And we’re there LIVE, eating all the foods, checking out some of the cool merch, and participating in some of the fun activities! But we’re also checking out all the cool photo ops available during the festival!
Before the festival began, we’d already discovered many of these photo ops, but now that the festival has kicked into gear, we’re going to share photos of every Festival of the Arts photo op we can find at EPCOT.
We’re starting with this Frida Kahlo-inspired photo op.
You can find this photo op in the Mexico Pavilion. And you can even BECOME Frida by posing as her in a self-portrait frame.
Have you ever wanted to pose with Van Gogh’s sunflowers or in a French cafe painted by the famous Impressionist artist? This Van Gogh photo op will let you do just that!
Pose with his famous “Sunflowers” or “Cafe Terrace at Night.”
You can’t EPCOT without a photo with Figment, are we right? Make sure to get a photo in front of the Festival of the Arts Figment sign!
This is located on the Promenade between Future World and World Showcase.
You don’t have to buy a postcard if you’re in one, and this World Showcase Postcard photo op gives you a chance to be in a postcard that’s traveled the World Showcase. How fun!
This is on the Promenade as well!
You can be part of a masterpiece by posing as Sandro Botticelli’s “The Birth of Venus.” Dare you share a photo with the goddess of love?
This is also located on the Promenade.
We’re off to Neverland next! Tap into your inner child and never grow up with this Peter Pan photo op that takes you to Mermaid Lagoon and Skull Rock!
And check it out — the back of this photo opp looks like a gigantic Peter Pan book!
You can find this photo op near the International Gateway.
Join George Washington over at The American Adventure as he crosses the Delaware in the painting “Washington Crossing the Delaware” by artist Emanuel Leutze.
If you hum songs from Hamilton, we won’t judge. 🙂
Da Vinci and Munch
You can stage the perfect scream or put on your best quiet smile with “The Scream” by Edward Munch and “Mona Lisa” by Leonardo da Vinci photo ops.
Find these paintings in the Itlay Pavilion
The “Luncheon of the Boating Party” by Pierre-Auguste Renoir photo op is a fun one because you can join the party and create your own fun spin on this painting!
This one is over in the France Pavilion!
These photo ops are always entertaining, but they also give you a way to interact with some of the most famous works of art of all time! And stay tuned because we’re covering everything at the Festival of the Arts!
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What’s your favorite work of art? Let us know in the comments!