When EPCOT Festival of the Arts rolls around, Figment is KING.
From a popcorn bucket that broke the internet to a Figment spork, there is no shortage of ways to show your love for this purple dragon. This year we even found a new Figment souvenir that will keep you entertained AND cost you less than $10!
This year, Figment’s Brush with the Masters scavenger hunt is returning for the Festival of the Arts! If you haven’t done this before, it is basically a scavenger hunt similar to Olaf’s Holiday Tradition Expedition during the Festival of the Holidays and Remy’s Ratatouille Hide & Squeak Scavenger Hunt during the Food and Wine Festival.
The purpose of this one is the “help Figment learn about art” on this scavenger hunt around the World Showcase. To start, you’ll need to buy your map for $9.99 plus tax at Creations Shop, Port of Entry, or World Traveler.
Then, make your way around the world showcase, looking for hidden Figments inside different works of art.
After you find one, place the sticker that corresponds to the right pavilion on your map. Once you’ve found them all and complete the map — head to Disney Traders or World Traveler for your FIGMENT PRIZE!
This year, you can choose one of four different paint-your-own Disney figurines as your prize. The available figures are Mickey Mouse…
…and Minnie Mouse, of course.
There’s also a Goofy option…
…and the Festival of the Arts king, himself — Figment!
That’s right, you can paint your own little figment! For $9.99, we think this is a super fun activity that is totally worth taking part in during the festival. Just keep in mind that these prizes are available while supplies last, and Figment is a popular festival icon – so make sure you get yours soon if you want one.
There are tons of other fun experiences going on around the Festival of the Arts, so make sure you check out this article so you don’t miss anything!
Which of these Brush with the Masters prizes would you choose? Let us know in the comments!
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