This is in my top five favorite rides at Disney World and it’s at Epcot. I always have to BEG the kids in my traveling party to go on it because it’s “boring,” which is so not the case. For those not familiar, it’s a boat ride through Epcot’s greenhouse, explaining the human connection between the Earth and the cultivation of it. Sounds super boring, right? WRONG. The boat ride explains gardening techniques, farming, and sustainability. Riding through the greenhouse, you’ll definitely go, “Huh, I could grow cucumbers hydroponically like that. I could put them on the patio next to my monstera.” No thrills, and no IP (besides the occasional hidden Mickey made out of lettuce), but it’s a fascinating look into different ways to grow food, be good to the Earth, and even see fish! What’s even cooler is that the fruits and vegetables grown in Living with the Land are also used at Disney restaurants around Epcot. Sure kids will stay on it if you promise to take them to Soarin’ next, but with other adults, you’ll all be talking about just how big those squash were. And maybe it’s the coastal grandma in me, but I really want to do Living With the Land’s Behind the Seeds walking tour because my thumb is woefully not green.