The Canada pavilion was designed to bring to mind the beauty of the great outdoors possessed by our neighbors in the great north. With replicas of the Canadian Rockies, a deep canyon and a 30 foot waterfall, this pavilion evokes the beauty of the mountain scenery.
Enjoy the gardens and the splendor of the majestic centerpiece of the pavilion, the Victorian styled Hotel du Canada, which is modeled after the historic Chateau Laurier in Ottawa. The Victoria Gardens adjacent to the Hotel du Canada are inspired by the Butchart Gardens near Victoria, British Columbia. The gardens are the largest and most labor intensive of all the pavilions in the World Showcase.
Stroll through the Canadian Indian lodge and fur trading posts to the 3 native totem poles. Reaching heights of up to 30′, two are made out of fiberglass and one is carved out of wood. The wooden totem pole, carved by David A. Boxley, represents three stories of the “Raven” tricking the “Sky Chief” into the release of sun, moon and stars from a chest. Each totem pole displays authentic craftsmanship and accurate carvings influenced by the Northern Indians.
Experience Canada from coast to coast as Martin Short takes you on a scenic journey through the Calvary, Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver and Niagara Falls in the 360º Circle-Vision film O Canada.
Attractions in Canada Pavilion
O Canada – Linger in the land of the Maple Leaf in this 18 minute 360º film showcasing sweeping vistas of Canada’s pristine forests, mountains and waterways. Discover the splendor as Martin Short takes you on a whirlwind tour of his beloved homeland and the Canadian people’s connection to the land they love.
- Interest: Kids, tweens, teens, and adults
- Height Requirements: No height requirements
- Accessibility: Guests may remain in Wheelchair/ECV
- FASTPASS+ is not offered
- Snow White’s Rating:
Dining in Canada Pavilion
Le Cellier Steakhouse – Themed as a wine cellar and inspired by 2 of the grandest château-style hotels—Fairmont Le Château Frontenac and Fairmont Château Laurier, this elegant fine dining establishment is one of the most requested in all of Epcot. The ambiance is created by sweeping archways, beamed ceilings, wooden tables surrounded by stone walls and flickering candle sconces. The main attraction here is the food – savor tender, aged steaks, fresh seafood, Canadian cheddar cheese soup, decadent desserts and more regional cuisine with a modern twist inspired by the provinces of Canada.
- Experience: Table Service – Lunch & Dinner
- Price range: $$ – $$$ ($15 – $59.99)
- Details: Disney Dining Plans accepted
- Tables in Wonderland – 20% discount
- Menu – Click Here for Full Menu
- Reservations recommended
- Call (407) WDW-DINE or (407) 939-3463 to make reservations.
- Snow White’s Ranking:
Shopping in Canada Pavilion
Northwest Merchantile – Designed to look like a traditional West coast native longhouse, this mercantile boasts authentic Canadian merchandise such as Folk art, Kitras Art Glass, wilderness themed Christmas ornaments, pewter, plush towns, hockey jerseys and accessories, lumberjack apparel, Maple syrup and other maple products, Canadian wine and Ice wine