Nothing signals a vision of the future circa mid-20th Century America like a monorail and a glass pyramid. And I say that with absolute fondness.
I’ve been to Epcot 7 or 8 times and I have never been in that glass pyramid, which houses the Imagination! ride and exhibit. It just never drew my interest. I am starting to focus a part of each family WDW Walt Disney World trip on experiencing attractions that we previously overlooked.
On the other hand this sweep of the monorail is my favorite section of monorail in Disney World. When you take the monorail to Epcot it takes you on a circuit of about half the park before stopping in the station. The problem is that for purely logistical reasons the Epcot monorail is the one most guests are least likely to take. I made a point of riding it on this most recent trip and I think it was only the second time I did so. If you go to Epcot, consider taking the monorail even if it is not the most efficient way to get there. It is a brief but special way of seeing the park to glide through it on that track, and it is pretty cool to see it passing through from the ground as well.