Reviews of Mexico Pavilion

Reviews

28

Rating

8.36 / 10

Recommended By

89%



Reviewed by Salz Review Date: 09/20/2021

Rating: (10)
Recommended

This may be our family favorite! Most of the Mexico pavilion is in or around the pyramid - don’t just walk by. It has much more to offer than most of the pavilions. Inside you’ll find a replica of an open air market with souvenirs from Mexico. When you first enter the pyramid there is a cultural exhibit. Recently it has focused on Dia de los Muertos (think Coco) and there is a little interactive part to play with. There are two amazing sets of artisans working right there. You can watch a glass blower or see authentic Oaxacan carving and painting. You can buy affordable, hand crafted decorative art here. There is also a beautiful restaurant and a tequila bar, as well as the Kidcot station and bathrooms. The restaurant is very beautifully themed, the food is good, but it is dark. Take the Gran Fiesta boat ride! It’s like it’s a small world goes south of the border without the ear worm. The ride is funny, relaxing and a nice break inside with AC. There has been a great element in this pavilion when the interactive games like Agent P were available. Hopefully there will continue to be fun interactive surprises here when the Duck Tales game eventually debuts. Outside of the pyramid you can meet Donald Duck in his Mexican attire. You can typically hear Mariachi Cobre here (they’re in the big theater during the pandemic). You can buy a marionette or a hand carved ring at the kiosk. The second building house a restaurants with dine in or take out options. You can get a nice meal here, overlooking the lagoon. Finally there is a food booth where you can get a cold margarita or a yummy snack like nachos to carry around with you.

Pros:

Several restaurants, a ride, a character meet, a cultural exhibit, open air shopping market, artisans, character meet, live music

Cons:

Pyramid can get crowded
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Reviewed by HeartBreakKris Review Date: 03/01/2021

Rating: (9)
Recommended

The indoor setting makes the whole pavilion unique compared to the rest of them. The restaurants aren’t the best but they’re still pretty good. The shopping is fun with some unique merch. The Three Caballeros boat ride is 1 of 2 rides in World Showcase, so hop on and have some fun!

Pros:

Ride, shopping, indoors

Cons:

Food could be better
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Reviewed by Camila Review Date: 10/21/2020

Rating: (10)
Recommended

The pavilion with the most things to do.

Pros:

Ride, a lot of shopping, eating, drinking. Represents Mexican culture in a great way and respectfully.

Cons:

I know Coco is a mexican based movie and a best-seller, but there's too much coco and coco isn't the only thing about Mexico.
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Reviewed by NatalieWay Review Date: 07/14/2020

Rating: (9)
Recommended

Delicious food and drinks. The inside is really neat and pretty. The Three Caballeros ride is inside.

Pros:

Food. Drinks. Ride.

Cons:

None.
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Reviewed by Anonymous Review Date: 07/01/2020

Rating: (10)
Recommended

Best pavilion keep the 3 calberos ride it is the best people who think it should be updated are bully at being ridiculous

Pros:

Boat ride

Cons:

To much coco
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Reviewed by Anonymous Review Date: 05/06/2020

Rating: (10)
Recommended

Great people and place

Pros:

All is goog

Cons:

Need to update some aztec fuhure
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Reviewed by DisneyDana Review Date: 05/01/2020

Rating: (10)
Recommended

This is my all time favorite pavilion and I wish all of them or at the very least, MORE of them were done inside like this one. When you walk into this building you are completely transported to a beautiful (climate controlled) night in Mexico. Nobody does this as well as Disney! The restaurant on the water is the most magical on property, and there's a RIDE! That's essential for any pavilion if you ask me. Lot's of affordable (by Disney standards) shopping. Wonderful vibe going on here!

Pros:

Boat ride!! Beautiful restaurant, great shopping

Cons:

Boat ride should've been left alone or at least upgrade to Coco.
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Reviewed by Anonymous Review Date: 05/01/2020

Rating: (8)
Recommended

Looks great and tastes great

Pros:

Good food and top tequila

Cons:

Ride is dated and inside is often over crowded
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Reviewed by Anonymous Review Date: 04/15/2020

Rating: (8)
Recommended

See pros and cons below

Pros:

dark, atmospheric, volcano, tons of merch

Cons:

restaurant-blah. ride-blah.
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Reviewed by Anonymous Review Date: 04/14/2020

Rating: (10)
Recommended

Absolute must see at EPCOT

Pros:

Amazing food and the ride through the restaurant is unique.

Cons:

It’s very dark inside
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