France’s Pavilion at Epcot’s World Showcase Takes You Back to Paris

Bienvenue en France!

Epcot’s France Pavilion will transport you to the cobblestone streets of Paris where you can explore boutiques, sample wines and perfumes, or simply watch as you enjoy a cup of coffee on the boulevard.

You can even meet a Disney princess -Belle and Aurora visit often- and take photos with her here.

There is no small amount of things to see, smell, and taste in this little piece of France, so be sure to take your time exploring!


Impressions de France is an 18-minute trip through France’s beautiful cities and countryside set to a beautiful soundtrack by some of France’s most celebrated composers.

You feel like you've entered a Parisian theater from the start.

A cast member will welcome you in French and English before you head to the main theater.

Once inside the theater you are asked to store your electronic and recording devices and enjoy the show.

Five (5) screens are used to give you a 180-degree panoramic tour of France.

After being wooed by the movie grab some fresh ice cream and watch "Serveur Amusant," the comedic chair climbing and balancing show.


Chefs de France is an elegant, Parisian brasserie where you may be lucky enough to get a visit from Chef Remy from Disney-Pixar's Ratatouille!

Monsieur Paul's is located on the second floor of Chefs de France.

This extremely elegant venue is open only for dinner seating.

Les Halles Boulangerie & Patisserie offers to-die-for French sandwiches and pastries.

This eatery is perfect for a casual, quick-service breakfast, lunch, or dinner.

Crepes des Chefs de France serves up crepes filled with your choice of chocolate, strawberries, or sugar just like the ones that you would find on the streets of Paris.

L’Artisan des Glaces is an Artisan Ice Cream and Sorbet shop offering 16 delicious flavors that are all made with fresh ingredients!


Plume et Palette sells cosmetics and perfumes by Chanel, Escada, Givenchy, and Lacoste and a number of other brands.

La Maison du Vin is the place to find French wines, fine soaps, kitchenware, and much more.

Wine tastings are also available.

Souvenirs de France is where you can find berets, t-shirts, books, purses, and other souvenirs.

Fun Facts

To say “hello” in French, say “bonjour” (bohn ZHOOR).

The Pavilion’s recreation of the Eiffel Tower is a 1/10th model of the famous landmark.

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