There is plenty to see and do at the Canada Pavilion in Epcot’s World Showcase. It truly is amazing work demonstrated by Disney’s imagineers to fit so much intricate landscaping to truly capture the vast differences of Canada. The centerpiece building is the Victorian style “Hotel du Canada”. This building takes inspiration from the Chateau Laurier, a historic hotel located in Ottawa. Additionally make sure to stop by the beautiful outdoor garden reminiscent of the Butchart Gardens, which can be found in Victoria. The Canadian Rockies including a 30 foot waterfall are also featured here. Totem poles and of course bountiful maple leafs can be found all throughout this amazing representation of Canada.
This 360° circle vision takes you on a virtual panoramic view of Canada including Calgary, Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver and Niagara Falls. Martin Short is the host of the attraction, which adds a whimsical comedic spin to the experience. Canadian Idol winner, Eva Avila sings the iconic “Canada (You’re a Lifetime Journey)” to a slideshow of the people and places of this beautiful country.
Alberta Bound is a traditional Canadian folk band that you enjoy on Sunday, Monday, Thursday and Saturday. Be sure to check your times guide and make sure you catch at least one of their shows during your vacation.
Le Cellier Steakhouse, is hands-down one of the best restaurants on Walt Disney World® property. The theme of the restaurant is the cellar of Canadian château. This exquisite signature dining experience is a very popular dining reservation that you will be sure to want to make as soon as you are able. We highly recommend the Canadian Cheddar Cheese soup. The filet mignon is the absolute best steak we have ever had anywhere. You can also find a number of Canadian wine and beer options. This is one of our favorite restaurants!
There is also a outdoor vendor kiosk in the Canada Pavilion where you can find beer and snacks.
Northwest Merchantile: handmade Christmas ornaments, clothing, fragrances, Ice wines, hockey gear
The Trading Post: everything Maple syrup (syrup, candies, tea, cookies), handmade native jewelry, stuffed animals, books, faux animal skin caps, totem poles
Outdoor kiosk: IllumiNations cd’s, Canadian flags, shirts, leather and pewter personalized items, mugs, pins, collectible items.
Be sure to visit the Canada Pavilion especially if your vacation falls on Canada day, July 1st. They have additional Canada flags decorating the pavilion and have special activities on this day.
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