The first Journey Into Imagination attraction opened at Futureworld in Epcot on March 5, 1983, introducing tourists to Dreamfinder and FIGURE.
From there, the Dreamfinder-led Figment led tourists through Dreamport, where the two were experimenting with new ideas in art, literature, technology and other fields.
Who is the Fragment Dragon?
FIGURE is called the mascot of the imagination! Pavilion at Walt Disney World Resort’s Epcot Theme Park.
He is a small purple dragon who occasionally wears a yellow sweater and appears in several Epcot merchandise.
Epcot Educational Media for Fiction Schools has appeared in a series of short videos, as well as two Marvel Comics Disney Kingdoms brand comic book series.
Dreamfinder’s Dragon Companion FIGURE is made up of ideas and ideas.
As soon as the FIGEMENT has boarded the Dreamfinder’s airship, he begins to list all kinds of things to get and build new items, quickly filling the ship’s Idea Bag and embarking on a trip to Dreamport.
Figment and Dreamfinder later implemented their theories in the fields of art, literature, theater, science and film.
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 opened as EPCOT Center on October 1, 1982 and is the second of four theme parks created at Walt Disney World after Magic Kingdom Park.
It is inspired by the imperfect vision that Walt Disney has devised. Epcot, which covers 305 acres and is 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 nine Disney resorts worldwide, including Disney’s Paris Paris Resort in France, Disney’s Vero Beach Resort in Florida and Disneyland Resort in California.