Limited Time Magic Vinylmation “Easter Egg” Hunt in Epcot – Part 1 of 2

Published March 18, 2013 by Disneyways.com

I was SUPER excited to be a part of Day One of Limited Time Magic for the week of March 18th-23rd!

Disney promised this would be “the most Egg-cellent Limited Time Magic surprise yet.” Today’s post will be the first of two posts we will do about this event,  in order to avoid any spoilers for those of you who may be traveling here this week and would like to be surprised about some things.

To begin, you are invited to visit Port of Entry in Epcot. This is the shop located across from Duffy’s meet and greet area.

This is where you can purchase your special Eggs-perience park map and stickers, available for $4.95, plus tax. If you look closely at the map you will notice all countries in World Showcase have an egg for you to find EXCEPT Mexico. Don’t waste time looking in the Mexico pavilion!

Your $4.95 price also includes this sticker sheet. You do not have to find the eggs to collect your vinylmation prize. You may collect it now if you wish! I opted to pick up my gifts before the hunt since we were in a bit of a hurry and I didn’t know if we would have time to return and collect.

Now you are on your way! You can explore the park for hidden eggs, using your map as a guide. As you locate eggs, you can then mark your map with the stickers.
I have photos of every egg in it’s location but we will save that for part two. Just for a visual, however, this is what you will be searching for:

There is one egg in each pavilion and they are probably about 2 feet tall and 2 feet around, each with a different character.

Once you are done with your hunt you bring your map back to the Port of Entry. If you choose to add your stickers it will look something like this.

Next you will head back to Port of Entry to view your choices in vinylmations!

Under each of these “eggs” is an example of all 4 vinylmations you may choose from, and you can then tell them which of the 4 you would like:

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That’s about it for now. I will post more pictures and another blog about the Egg Hunt – and provide you with more photos and detals!

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