Our next stop on the tour around the world in the Epcot’s World Showcase is Epcot’s Canada Pavilion. It has everything you need including delicious eats, gorgeous gardens, fabulous shopping, waterfalls, plenty of maple leaves, and lovely totem poles. You won’t want to leave once you enter this beautiful and majestic pavilion.
Disney’s Canada Pavilion
Disney’s Canada Pavilion Attractions
The last thing you will be is bored when you enter into the Epcot’s Canada Pavilion! It’s a unique and fun experience you can’t get enough of. Here are some attractions that are sure to keep you interested and excited.
Canada: Far and Wide. This attraction features a Circle-Vision 360 degrees film. It started operating on January 17, 2020. It was the replacement for O Canada, and it’s a hit!
This film has a beautiful modern scrip that takes you from one end of Canada all the way to the other end. The journey features plenty of information on Calgary, Vancouver, Quebec, and more. It goes into detail about the three different territories too. Learning about their culture and people is a must see! The film takes around 20 minutes to watch, and it’s a wonderful introduction to life in Canada.
While there aren’t any seats available, it does have heat and air conditioning, so it’s a great place to get out of the outdoors for a little bit.
Disney’s Canada Pavilion Entertainment
Canada Mill Stage Entertainment. You will feel like clapping your hands and singing along to the many Canadian Bands that perform. You can see a variety of music such as the Alberta Bound that sings traditional Canadian tunes, or Bodh’aktan, which has a variety of Celtic, punk, and Irish folk music.
Plus, the Blueberry Grass Band provides a thrilling show with lots of entertainment too. There is always a variety of music, and it’s impossible not to have a smile on your face when watching. The groups may change over time, but the experience is going to be fantastic and magical no matter who is playing.
You can’t go wrong with stopping by the Canada Mill Stage to see what entertainment is available. It’s a great way to sit and relax for a few minutes and it gives you a true taste of Canadian music and culture. So even if you never get to travel to Canada, you will feel like you are actually there.
Disney’s Canada Pavilion Dining
Le Cellier Steakhouse. Come hungry when you stop by the Le Cellier Steakhouse. You will be greeted with a variety of yummy food like pretzel bread, a variety of steaks, maple whiskey brussels sprouts, and seafood. Don’t forget the desserts like the Maple Leaf Cheesecake or the Maple Creme Brulee. I promise the food is the visit to this tasty establishment. Check out the full menu at Le Cellier Steakhouse here. The hardest part is deciding which amazing food to eat because it all sounds dream-worthy.
Popcorn Cart. What makes your stay more enjoyable than some freshly made popcorn! You can even enjoy some Crown Royal Maple Whiskey or a mug of Moosehead Beer. They offer many drinks and snacks to keep everyone in your group happy to enjoy a quick treat. Enjoying an afternoon munching on popcorn at the best place in the world, sounds like fun to me! Are you in?
Disney’s Canada Pavilion Shopping
Northwest Mercantile Store. You are greeted with Kitras Art Glass upon visiting the Northwest Mercantile. Absolutely stunning! The handmade ornaments are a wonderful way to visit each of the four seasons. You will be able to find everything from hockey gear all the way to perfume in this incredible shop. There is so much to look at, so you should plan some extra time to get good look at everything.
The Trading Post. I’m so excited about this incredible shopping spot because it has a little bit of everything. Candies, cookies, jewelry, fantastic souvenirs and more can be found in this store. Not to mention you can even find more awesome Canada inspired items like totem poles and skunk caps. Even if you aren’t there to buy anything, just checking out the merchandise is a blast.
Even More at Disney’s Canada Pavilion
Photo opportunities. You will find an abundance of places to get the family together for a lovely photo. The gorgeous colors are so inviting and will make the perfect backdrop for all your photos. The landscaping is so inviting and instantly makes you feel relaxed and welcomed.
Totem Poles. Another one of our favorite aspects of the Canada Pavilion is the totem poles. You will find both fiberglass replicas and a stunning carved totem pole. You really need to see them to fully appreciate their beauty.
Hotel du Canada. The Victorian style replica is a must-see on your visit. It’s inspired by a historic hotel in Ottawa called the Chateau Laurier.
KidCot. All of the 11 World Showcases have some free KidCot fun! Stop by and pick up a card with some fun information. The kids can enjoy coloring the backsides of the cards and learning about each place they had visited.
Maple Leaves. One of the things you should be on the lookout for is maple leaves. You will find them on the railings and throughout the pavilion. The maple leaf represents peace and unity in Canada. So it just makes sense that it is such a big part of the Canada Pavilion.
Overall, I think you are going to enjoy your visit to the Epcot Canada Pavilion. It’s a beautiful place that is reminiscent of the outdoors in Canada. There are plenty of places to pick up some souvenirs, grab some personalized items, get a new t-shirt, or a mug to drink your morning coffee in.
I can’t wait to hear all about your trip! Let us know in the comments what your favorite part is!