Amusement Park

// ENTERTAINMENT

E.P.C.O.T did have its own amusement park pictured here. The park is an amusement park due to some contradictory themes, which is why an "amusement" park differs from a "theme" park. Many of the attractions are based upon the American Space Program.  If you look closely, the circus happens to look very much like the original artwork for Space Mountain when it was designed and developped during Walt Disney's lifetime at the end of the 60's. The amusement park is surrounded by a Casey jr like train and is connected to other E.P.C.O.T areas through a PeopleMover line. The amusement park was dedicated to E.P.C.O.T residents. The themepark (which eventually was called the Magic Kingdom) was at the contrary dedicated to the tourists.

Overview of the amusement park with the urban center in the background.
(c) Jeff Williams

10 attractions are available in the amusement park. Originally in the full 1967 model, each attraction was animated. 
Only the double ferris sky wheel is still animated now.
(c) Robert Rowe

The Boardwalk.
(c) Jeff Williams

The carousel.
(c) Jeff Williams

The double sky ferris wheel and the urban center.
(c) Jeff Williams

Carousel and boardwalk.
(c) Jeff Williams

The casey jr train and track. The photo was taken during the 2013 locomotive restoration.
(c) Jeff Williams

The amusement park.
(c) Jeff Williams

Circus, PeopleMover station and Splash Down.
(c) Jeff Williams