Living with the Land is a dark boat ride in the Land Pavilion at Epcot. The ride features various set-pieces that showcase the history and progression of agricultural technology. There is also a large greenhouse section that houses different plants and food that is cooked and served on Walt Disney World property.

Opening Date: October 1st, 1982.

Bite-Sized Review: While I can understand that some people might find this ride boring, I think it is one of the most interesting rides at Epcot. It’s a long and relaxing boat ride that shows you all sorts of food that is grown and served on WDW property, which I think is next-level synergy between Living with the Land and other parts of the park. Speaking of synergy, there is also a part of the ride that can be seen from The Garden Grill, which is a rotating restaurant in the land pavilion. Living with the Land might not be the most exciting attraction out there, but it accomplishes the original goal of Epcot, which was making attractions that are both fun and educational.


Reviewed by Andrew Krivsky, Editor and Founder of Limitless Park