THE first Journey Into Imagination attraction opened at FutureWorld at Epcot on March 5, 1983, introducing tourists to Dreamfinder and Figment.
From there, Dreamfinder led Figment led tourists through the Dreamport, a site where the two experimented with new ideas in the arts, literature, technology, and other fields.
Who is Figment the dragon?
Figment is known as the mascot of the Imagination! Pavilion at Walt Disney World Resort’s Epcot theme park.
He’s a small purple dragon who is occasionally spotted wearing a yellow sweater and appears on a number of Epcot merchandise.
Figment has appeared in a series of Epcot Educational Media short videos for schools, as well as two Marvel Comics’ Disney Kingdoms brand comic book series.
Dreamfinder’s dragon companion Figment was created from concepts and sparks of imagination gathered on his adventures around the Realms of Imagination.
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As soon as Figment boards Dreamfinder’s airship, he begins listing all sorts of things to acquire and construct new things out of, quickly filling the ship’s idea bag and triggering a journey to the Dreamport.
What is Epcot?
Epcot is a theme park located in Bay Lake, Florida, inside the Walt Disney World Resort.
The Walt Disney Company owns and operates it through its Parks, Experiences, and Products division.
The park debuted on October 1, 1982, as EPCOT Center, and was the second of four theme parks created at Walt Disney World after Magic Kingdom Park.
It was inspired by an unfulfilled vision devised by Walt Disney. Epcot, which covers 305 acres and is more than twice the size of Magic Kingdom Park.
How many Walt Disney parks are there?
There are currently 12 Walt Disney parks around the world. These are:
- Disneyland, Florida
- California Adventure
- Magic Kingdom, Florida
- EPCOT, Florida
- Disney’s Hollywood Studios, California
- Disney’s Animal Kingdom, Florida
- Disneyland Paris, France
- Walt Disney Studios Park, France
- Hong Kong Disneyland
- Shanghai Disneyland, China
- Tokyo Disneyland, Japan
- Tokyo Disney Sea, Japan
In addition to the parks, there are also nine Disney resorts located around the world, including the Disney Paris Resort in France, Disney’s Vero Beach Resort in Florida, and Disneyland Resort in California.