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Epcot World Showcase - Canada

Canada Pavilion

When you head to our neighbor to the north, the first thing you'll notice is the the mansard-roofed Victorian-style "Hotel du Canada." The Canada pavilion's centerpiece was inspired by the Chateau Laurier, a historic hotel found in Ottawa.

It's amazing how they manage to feature an entire country's landscaping into the setting. The colorful grounds are reminiscent of the Butchart Gardens found in Victoria, British Columbia.

The majestic Canadian Rockies are featured complete with a boulder strewn stream that rushes to a 30' waterfall.

There's also a totem pole, and displays of snowshoes and kayaks. The railings have maple leaf cutouts. (There's no shortage of photo ops as you stroll the grounds.)

Epcot Canada Shopping

There are two shopping options in the Canada pavilion, the Northwest Mercantile store and The Trading Post. Upon entering Northwest Mercantile, you will see Kitras Art Glass. These gorgeous ornaments are handmade in Canada to resemble one of the four seasons. The store offers Hatley clothing, Roots fragrances and athletic wear, Deauville perfume, Ice Wines, body care items, and Canadian hockey gear. Christmas ornaments depicting woodland creatures are also found here. Maple products abound at The Trading Post. You can find syrup, candies, tea, and cookies. If you are looking for handmade native jewelry, this store offers ‘O Canada’ (made on Prince Edward Island) and ‘Monague’ (made in British Columbia). Their other souvenirs include Maplefoot Babies stuffed animals, Anne of Green Gables books, BOMA totem poles, and faux raccoon, and skunk skin caps.

The outdoor kiosks feature CDs, personalized leather and pewter, Canadian flags, t-shirts, pins, mugs, and other collectible items.

HIDDEN MICKEYS: As you enter the Canada pavilion, look toward the top left of the totem pole (to your left) in this pavilion and although it can be tricky to spot, if you look closely, you'll see a Hidden Mickey just under the left-wrist straight out from the Thunderbird's wings.


Rock out to the rhythms of Marc Anger & Friends. This quartet whose infectious energy has swept across Canada and created ardent fans.


Canada Far & Wide

In the Maple Leaf Mine, the theatre shows “Canada Far and Wide in Circle-Vision 360” in the Canada pavilion is an update to the previous “O Canada!” film with new scenes, a new musical score by Canadian composer Andrew Lockington and new narration by award-winning actors Catherine O’Hara and Eugene Levy.

The newest Canada “Far & Wide” Circle-Vision 360° film made its debut on January 17, 2020.


Le Cellier - This signature dining restaurant in the Canada pavilion is one of the most popular dining venues to enjoy an amazing steak. It's popularity combined with its small size has led to some issues getting dinner reservations, so if dining here is a priority for you, be sure to reserve up to 180-days in advance.

If you are able to get a table, one of our "must haves" is the Canadian Cheddar Cheese Soup. The menu also features steaks, prime rib, and salmon.

To accompany your meal, there's a selection of Niagara wines as well as Canadian beers.

If you don't get into the restaurant but crave a Canadian brew, just stop at the outdoor kiosk for a Molson.

All areas of the Canada pavilion are wheelchair accessible.


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