Disney DVC News #1

Disney Vacation Club Members have a special opportunity to preview Disney’s Kim Possible World Showcase Adventure at Epcot┬«, an immersive new experience designed to turn Guests into crime-fighting secret agents. This is a chance to experience the adventure before it opens officially to Guests.

First, here’s the scoop (or “the sitch,” as Kim would say) about the attraction:

Inspired by the hit Disney Channel animated television series “Kim Possible,” the attraction allows Guests of all ages to become secret agents by volunteering at recruitment centers throughout the Park (look for them in the Future World area and near the International Gateway), where they’ll receive their mission assignment. Upon reporting for duty, recruits will get their “way cool Kimmunicators” (interactive, handheld, cell-phone-like devices that will help maneuver agents through their mission) and head out on their adventure in one of seven participating World Showcase pavilions (China, France, Germany, Japan, Mexico, Norway and the United Kingdom).

The Kimmunicators will connect agents with a variety of “Kim Possible” characters who will provide clues to help stop villains from carrying out their plans. Each mission is designed with groups in mind (2-4 agents can share a Kimmunicator) and can last anywhere from 30-45 minutes. Kimmunicators even recognize when a team has broken away from the action (even secret agents need restroom breaks) and will alter the mission accordingly.

Now, here’s the scoop about the Disney Vacation Club Member preview:

Disney Vacation Club Members may embark on missions available Jan. 23-25 from 11 a.m.-7 p.m. (Missions begin every 15 minutes.) Missions are assigned on a first-come, first-served basis. Members and their Guests will begin their missions by reporting to the Team Possible Recruitment Center located on the bridge leading from Future World to World Showcase at Epcot. Members must present their Member ID card or their Key to the World card displaying a Member designation.

Good luck!

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One Response to Disney DVC News #1

  1. Epcot has never been the park that little kids ask to visit. When Disney put in the passport stamp feature years ago, little ones went willingly into the various countries. Recent arts and crafts there also helped keep them interested. This one sounds like a great idea as long as there aren’t long lines of disappointed participants.. Wonder how the parent who travel with them will feel about the doings.