November is the last month to experience the Epcot Food & Wine Festival so go now before its over (Photo: Walt Disney World News)

It’s hard to believe that the seasons are about to change once again at Walt Disney World. As the Halloween decor comes down, Christmas comes to town and it will arrive before we know it! Still in your fall feels? Here are the top three ways to experience fall at Walt Disney World resort!

Epcot International Food & Wine Festival 2019
Savory seasonal flavors at Epcot’s biggest festival of the year! Epcot International Food & Wine Festival runs for a record 87 days this year, so you can experience all the festival fun until November 23, 2019. From the live Eat to the Beat Concert Series to food demonstrations and kid-friendly experiences, there’s something for everyone! So, grab your passport and get ready to eat and drink your way around Epcot.

Minnie’s Halloween Dine at Hollywood & Vine
Guests who eat at Hollywood & Vine for lunch and dinner from now until November 7, 2019 will experience Minnie’s Halloween Dine! This fun, fall-themed buffet features meet and greets with your friends Minnie, Mickey, Donald, Daisy, and Goofy along with a delicious spread. So, enjoy your fill of Halloween-inspired eats while you get some face time with these characters in their Halloween costumes!

WonderFall Flavors at Disney Springs
Over 30 Disney Springs locations come together to create the ultimate WonderFall Flavors menu. Today is the last day guests can travel around Disney’s shopping and dining district to try tastes and bites inspired by some of autumn’s most popular flavors. Each featured item includes a popular fall flavor like apple, squash, cinnamon, or pumpkin! Come explore these unique eats before they disappear at the end of today.

As you can see there’s still plenty of fall activities to experience before the seasons change at the Most Magical Place on Earth! So, whether you spend time at Epcot International Food & Wine Festival or one of the many Halloween-themed events, you’re sure to have a spooktacular time ending the autumn season at Walt Disney World.