- Attraction Seating
- Basic Services
- Calendar of Events
- Character Meet and
- Epcot with Kids I
- Epcot with Kids II
- Extra Magic Hours
- Fast Facts
- Operating Hours
- Rehabs and Closures
- Restaurant Photo Gallery
- Ride Restrictions
- Smoking Policy
- Special Needs Travelers
- Ticket FAQ
AT A GLANCE...
- Club Cool
- -- Great Piggy Bank Adventure
- -- Habit Heroes Revised
- -- Sum of All Thrills
- -- Think!
- -- Vision House
- -- Where's the Fire?
- Journey into
- --Captain EO
- Mission: Space
- Spaceship Earth
- Test Track
- The Seas w/Nemo & Friends
- The Land
- Universe of Energy
- Phineas & Ferb:
- American Adventure
- United Kingdom
Reflections of Earth
- IllumiNations Boat
- Innoventions Fountains
- Live Entertainment
- -- Off Kilter
- Matsuriza - Japan
- Sounds Like Summer Concert Series
- Holiday Storytellers
Art of Personal Adornment
- Walking Tours
- World Showcase Garland
- Chocolate Around the
- Mission: Space - To Boldly
Go Where I Will Never Go Again
- Re-Discovering Future World
- Shopping Around the World
- Spaceship Earth: Re-Imagineering an Icon
OTHER WALT DISNEY WORLD
OTHER DISNEY THEME
The history of the United Kingdom is depicted through the architectural styles ranging from 1500 to 1800. The buildings represented are Victorian, London, Yorkshire Manor, Tudor, Georgian, Hyde Park, Regency and even a Shakespearean cottage design.
Rose and Crown Pub and Dining Room - Fish and chips, bangers and Mash, Prime Rib and Sherry Trifle are among the regular items at Rose and Crown. The Rose and Crown is open for lunch and dinner, inside or outside.
Thirsty?? Sit at the pub and enjoy yards
of Bass Ale, Guinness Stout, Harp Lager or Caffrey's Irish Ale.
The Rose and Crown contains a varied history of pub styles, combining elements from three basic pub designs: the street pub, the waterfront pub, and the country pub. The exterior design was modeled after the Elizabethan period of the late 16th century. The interior decor was pattered after Victorian architectural forms of the 1890s.
Yorkshire County Fish and Chips - counter service
The British Revolution - British rock group imitators
World Showcase Players - Improv troupe
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The traditional hedge maze is fun to walk
Explore both sides of the street. Take the path running down the side of the Rose & Crown Pub on the French side. There's a nice little sitting area there right by the lagoon. This area is sometimes reserved in the evenings for private parties.
Check out the hand-painted smoke stains on the chimneys.
Chat with the Cast Members in the shops, they are among the friendliest in World Showcase.
The bright red phone booths are identical to those found in the United Kingdom.
Try the Milky Bar (white chocolate), at the Tea Caddy, or the chocolate assortment box called Quality Street for a taste of genuine English sweets.
Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival Highlights - In addition to the herb and perennial gardens that are here all year, there is a special penguin topiary.
is an English children's maze made of boxwood hedges in the back of the
The United Kingdom is a great place to meet characters. You can sometimes find Pooh, Tigger, Piglet and Eeyore as well as Peter Pan, Mary Poppins, and Alice in Wonderland.
Each of the World Showcase Countries
has a special "KIDCOT" area that provides an opportunity
for your child to interact with a native of the country you are visiting.
Epcot Passports are great fun for kids as they have them stamped at each pavilion around World Showcase.
& Crest - Perfumes and potpourri.
Magic Of Wales - Pottery, candy, records, tapes, earrings, jewelry.
Sportsman Shoppe (was Pringle of Scotland) - Sweaters, knitwear, kilts, tartan fabrics.
Queen's Table - Fine china, florals, figurines.
The Tea Caddy - Specialty tea items, and you will find candies & chocolates usually only available in the UK
The Toy Soldier - British toys, games.
(Exerpt from Shopping Around the World) The shops in Merry Olde England and the rest of the UK proved rich territory for the ALL EARS® Shopping Team. The Tea Caddy, with its specialty tea items, as well as candies and chocolates usually only available in the UK or specialty shops stateside, proved to be a favorite stop. Shoppers found a tea infuser for $10 and loose Twinings Tea for $7.
shoppers were thrilled to find lunchboxes featuring the Beatles ($15-$20),
while Donna enjoyed the Bobby Hat ($14). Others pointed out the Irish
Linen Handkerchief ($15) for its authenticity, and the Small Coin Purses
($18). And what's more English than a pub? The Crown and Crest shop
had a wide range of coaster assortments to choose from, including one
package of 25 coasters for $8. (By the way, if you like chess, the Crown
and Crest also has numerous themed chess sets, including Robin Hood,
Alice in Wonderland and Sherlock Holmes, although most were out of our
The crests of the United Kingdom's four
major schools (Oxford, Cambridge, Eton, and Edinburgh) can be seen in
the upstairs window of The Queen's Table.
Changes in garden style enhance the changes in architecture throughout the United Kingdom. Landscaping styles include rural England, an open square park reminiscent of Hyde Park, and a maze fashioned after the Somerleyton Hall Maze built in 1846 in England.
you look up in some of the shops you'll get an extra treat. In the Crown
& Crest shop, for instance, you'll note several suits of armor, as
well as shields, swords and a huge wrought-iron chandelier. Some of the
other shops have an upstairs with little historical vignettes set up that
you can visit -- Just look for the staircase or ask a Cast Member!
The Tea Caddy structure is representative of the 1500's architecture style - Anne Hathaway cottage near the perennial and herb garden.
The Cantalier Buildings, next to the Toy Soldier, represent the 1600s. If you look at the second story of the building, you will see how it comes out over the street level. In the 1600s, taxes were based on ground floor space. Creative folks built structures with larger second floors that would not be taxed.
Mini Hyde Park - the 1700s buildings were more plaster and wood. In the 1800s the buildings became stone in the Georgian Style.
There are 2 replicas of Castles: King Henry's Court and Sir Walter Scott.
The British Invasion - Beatle imitators. Played their last set on April 30, 2011 after a 15 year run at the United Kingdom courtyard in Epcot.