ImageWorks - The "What If" Labs
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Frog OverviewImmerse yourself in an interactive "playground of the future" starring Figment, where kids of all ages unleash their imaginations while playing with uniquely responsive hands-on exhibits. Tad and Lily can easily spend a full hour exercising their imagination in ImageWorks. Leap and Mommy Frog enjoy right alongside the kiddos in the air-conditioning!
ImageWorks is an interactive play area in the Imagination! Pavilion in Future World West at Epcot. Unlike other play areas in Walt Disney World, ImageWorks is for kids of all ages (that means adults, too!). As a play area, your kids (and you!) can spend as little or as much time as they want. If you want to experience all the exhibits, plan on at least 20 minutes. Most kids could stay all day though. Guests may remain in their wheelchair, motorized scooter or ECV to experience the attraction.
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Frog Family Tips and Fun Facts about ImageWorks - The "What If" Labs
Frog Family Tips
- Save ImageWorks for when you need a “filler” in your schedule, when you need a break in the air-conditioning or when your kids need a break from the structure, hustle and bustle of the rest of the park. The attraction isn’t usually terribly crowded!
- Set a time limit! From what we’ve seen, most kids could spend hours here, and as a play area, you can spend as little or as much time as you like at ImageWorks.
- Don't miss out on taking a photo with the world's biggest digital camera! Tad and Lily love being able to email their photograph to their friends back home.
- ImageWorks was one of the original attractions in Imagination! Pavilion.
- This attraction closed in 1998 and reopened in 1999 as the Kodak What If Labs. The second floor of ImageWorks - The "What If Labs" is now closed!
- One of the activities, Stepping Tones, was redone to feature brighter lights, and Electronic Philharmonic was updated to feature Figment playing the different instruments.
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