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Canada Pavilion at Epcot’s World Showcase

Come visit the great outdoors at Epcot’s Canada Pavilion!

Modeled after the United States’ neighbor to the north, this pavilion features beautiful gardens, canyons, traditional architecture and hand-carved totem poles that will make you feel like you’ve stepped into the Canadian wilderness.

Attractions

O Canada! is a Circle-Vision 360° film of Canada’s cities and scenery hosted by Canadian comic Martin Short.

This pavilion features panoramic views of Calgary, Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver, and Canadian nature, including Niagara Falls.

The 14 minute film is shown on 14 screens that envelope you from all sides.

This is a stand up only theater.

Victorian Gardens transport you to beautiful gardens modeled after the Butchart Gardens near Victoria, British Columbia.

The Canadian Lumberjack Show opened in Fall 2014 and gives that though an exciting look into the life of a lumberjack.

They perform on the Mill Stage and two teams compete by sawing logs, slinging axes and log rolling.

You can get wet if you stand near the the log rolling pond.

Victorian Gardens transport you to beautiful gardens modeled after the Butchart Gardens near Victoria, British Columbia.

The Off Kilter Celtic rock band that performed from 1997 to 2014.

Their show was replaced by the Lumberjack show.

Traditional totem poles welcome you to the Canada Pavilion at Epcot. These poles were created with Native American totem poles in mind. #CanadaPavilion #Epcot
Traditional totem poles welcome you to the Canada Pavilion at Epcot. These poles were created with Native American totem poles in mind. #CanadaPavilion #Epcot
Climb the stairs that lead you to the Canada Pavilion at Epcot. If you look closely at the top of the tallest pole you may spot a hidden Mickey. #CanadaPavilion #Epcot The Trading Post is a shop inside the Canada Pavilion at Epcot. Here you will find maple syrup, sweets and other Canadian delights. #CanadaPavilion #Epcot The shops within the Canada Pavilion at Epcot have a rustic feel. You almost feel like you are in the Great Outdoors while you are exploring this pavilion. #CanadaPavilion #Epcot Multiple times throughout the day the Lumberjack Show takes stage just off to the side of the Canada Pavilion in Epcot. If you choose to stand near the log rolling pond you may get wet. #Canada Pavilion #Epcot The Trading Post at the Canada Pavilion within Epcot has shelves full of Canadian treats like maple syrup, candies, books and more. #Canada Pavilion #Epcot This chateau in the Canada Pavilion within Epcot is modeled after the Chateau Laurier, a historic hotel found in Ottawa. #Canada Pavilion #Epcot The architecture at the Canada Pavilion inside of Epcot features tradition stone buildings that you'd find in quaint towns across the country. #Canada Pavilion #Epcot Red phone booths aren't only popular in the United Kingdom, you'll find them here in the Canada Pavilion at Epcot. There is even a working phone inside. #Canada Pavilion #Epcot The Canada Pavilion at Epcot also provides you with a raised view of the lagoon and other areas of the park. #Canada Pavilion #Epcot Give the kids and yourself a break at the Kidcot Funstop while you are visiting the Canada Pavilion at Epcot. The covered area is also a nice place to get away from any rain showers. #Canada Pavilion #Epcot The view from the waiting area of the O'Canada theater gives you a unique view of the Canada Pavilion at Epcot. #Canada Pavilion #Epcot The Circle Vision theater you are surrounded by 14 huge screens that will take you on a tour of Canada without leaving Epcot. #Canada Pavilion #Epcot Even item is well thought out at the pavilions in Epcot. Even the carpet at the Canada Pavilion is reminiscent of the great outdoors. #Canada Pavilion #Epcot If you are up for an adventure, wander through the rock formations at the Canada Pavilion at Epcot. #Canada Pavilion #Epcot The O′Canada Circle Vision theater at Epcot′s Canada Pavilion sits inside a cave at the rear of the pavilion. #Canada Pavilion #Epcot At the back end of the rock formations in the Canada Pavilion at Epcot you will come across O'Canada. This is a 360 degree Circle Vision film hosted by Martin Short. #Canada Pavilion #Epcot Le Cellier Steakhouse is within the Canada Pavilion at Epcot. It is this pavilion's only restaurant. The table service restaurant also offers a number of wines from their cellar.#Canada Pavilion #Epcot The well manicured gardens at Epcot's Canada Pavilion are the perfect place to sit down near and relax. You cannot walk through the gardens. #Canada Pavilion #Epcot Within a few meters at the Canada Pavilion at Epcot you see major differences in the landscape. Traditional architecture, natural land formations and well tended gardens all lie before you. #Canada Pavilion #Epcot At the Canada Pavilion in Epcot you feel as though you are exploring quaint enclaves filled with lush vegetation and clear running streams. #Canada Pavilion #Epcot The gardens in the Canada Pavilion at Epcot are modeled after the Butchart Gardens near Victoria, British Columbia. #Canada Pavilion #Epcot

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Dining

Le Cellier Steakhouse is a steakhouse/wine cellar located beneath the Pavilion’s beautiful Chateau.

Consistently rated one of the best restaurants in Walt Disney World, this cozy restaurant features a stellar menu including steak, prime rib, salmon, and the Canada Pavilion’s famous Cheddar Cheese Soup.

The Popcorn Cart offers, Canadian lagers, popcorn, soda, and other assorted drinks.

Shopping

Northwest Mercantile is stacked with Canadian wines, plush toys, Christmas ornaments, NHL jerseys, Canadian fragrances, and more.

The Trading Post sells maple aple syrup, books, jewelry, candies, teas, cookies, and more.

The Wood Cartis where you can find plush toys, flags, and other assorted merchandise.

There is also an engraving station where guests can have names engraved on bracelets, key chains, and other accessories.

Fun Facts

The centerpiece of the Pavilion is a mansard-roofed Chateau modeled on the Chateau Laurier, a historic hotel found in Ottawa.

Alaskan artist David A. Boxley created the three totem poles in the Pavilion.

If you look closely near the top of the tallest pole, you may spot one of the Hidden Mickey logos that can be found around the parks!

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