Sponsored By: MetLife (1989-2001)
Located in Future World East, The Wonders of Life pavilion was the last pavilion to be added to Future World (with the exception of Mission: SPACE after the Horizons demolition). It featured shows, attractions, and exhibits that focused on health, medicine, healthy eating and the human body.

On February 21, 2019, it was announced that the Wonders of Life pavilion would finally become a pavilion dedicated to “play.” Coming out of COVID, many of the plans for EPCOT’s renewal were shelved. While no official announcement about Play! Pavilion was ever made, all references to the pavilion as “coming soon” were removed from maps, websites, etc. in early 2023. Shortly thereafter, statements were made by Bob Iger to imply no further work was planned for EPCOT after the “expansion” effort was complete (hub changes), effectively returning the Wonders of Life pavilion to an abandoned state.

Body Wars

Body Wars

Opening October 1989, Body Wars was a motion simulator that took guests into the human body. Guests boarded a special ...
Cranium Command

Cranium Command

Opening in October of 1989 along with the rest of the Wonders of Life pavilion, Cranium Command was a show ...
Goofy About Health

Goofy About Health

Upon entering the Wonders of Life pavilion, one of the first attractions guests saw was Goofy About Health, a small ...
Play! Pavilion Concept

Play! Pavilion

The Play! Pavilion at Epcot was envisioned to be an immersive and interactive exhibit that celebrates the latest advancements in ...
Sensory Funhouse

Sensory Funhouse

The Sensory Funhouse featured multiple small attractions related to the five human senses. Each attraction was a hands on experience ...
Making of Me

The Making of Me

Opening on October 30, 1989, The Making of Me was a roughly 15-minute film that educated guests on "where babies ...
Wonder Cycles

Wonder Cycles

The Wonder Cycles were small bike machines connected to a video screen. As the guest would pedal the bike they ...