Epcot Center Passport

GUEST BLOGGER: NICK MAGLIO

I recently found a box containing several Walt Disney World items from the early to mid 90’s, including 2 passports. In this post, we’ll look at the older of the 2, dating from 1994.

This Epcot Center passport came in a kit with a button and stickers that you’ll see throughout the book. Interestingly, that was the year Epcot Center became Epcot ’94.

A fun front cover. The passport measures 5 1/2 inches by 3 3/4 inches, a little larger than my actual passport.

Passport 1

Not a very exciting back cover

Passport 2

A look at the World, and the countries we’ll visit/have visited on our journey around World Showcase:

Each country had a stamp, and a Cast Member from that country would write a nice message in their native language.

The stickers are lovely scenes you’ll see in each pavilion, as well as the flag and a map


I have no idea what most of these say!

The stickers are lovely scenes you’ll see in each pavilion, as well as the flag and a map

The countries in the 1st half of the book are not in order of the pavilions you’ll encounter if you were to start going around World Showcase starting in Mexico, but does go in order starting with the United States.

Last, but certainly not least, we have Canada:

I’m not sure if they still sell these kits, but I’ll be sure to check on our next trip to the World.

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4 Responses to Epcot Center Passport

  1. Nick Maglio says:

    Thank you anonymous! It is a new button, and, of course, new cover. I will likely pick one up on my upcoming trip.

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  2. Anonymous says:

    I found a link to the passport I've seen for the past several years now: http://www.laughingplacestore.com/Product-4929.asp

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  3. Nick Maglio says:

    Thank you Estelle. I wonder if they do sell the same passport, I am curious if the stickers are the same. Only one way to find out!

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  4. Wow. This is a pretty neat find. I remember doing something this around our first trip (1996) but I have a feeling it's the same passport they sell now.

    Again, I'm jealous. 🙂

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