Spaceship Earth is a slow-moving 16-minute ride through time and space for Guests of all ages. Located inside Epcot theme park's spherical icon, the attraction's Audio-Animatronic scenes depict the stirring story of human connection from the dawn of recorded time to the 21st century's cyber age.
Bear witness to prehistoric man's first words, behold the hieroglyphics of the ancient Egyptians, follow the advanced system of roads amidst Rome, and journey through the Industrial Revolution and the Age of Information.
Over a dramatic 63-piece orchestral and 24-vocal musical score composed by Emmy-award winner composer Bruce Broughton, famed actress Dame Judi Dench relays the story of how each generation of mankind has paved the way for the next.
Science fiction author—and Disney fan—Ray Bradbury helped design the geodesic sphere and pen the original story of the attraction.
Spaceship Earth omnimover vehicles—dubbed time machines—are equipped with interactive touch screens that ask you how you would like to live, work and play in the world of tomorrow. Using image capture and face recognition technology, you can then enjoy a glimpse of your potential future self at the end of the attraction.
After the attraction, be sure to spend time at Project Tomorrow: Inventing the Wonders of the Future, an interactive play area for Guests of all ages filled with challenging games and informative displays that showcase the latest technologies in medicine, transportation and energy management.
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