The American Adventure Pavilion in Epcot is located between Italy and Japan. This pavilion is the most basic of all the Epcot Pavilions and only features one large Colonial style building. Inside the building is the 30-minute American Adventure show which stars Audio-Animatronics that take guests on a tour throughout America’s history.
Before the show begins, you can browse the National Treasures gallery exhibit that features items from famous Americans. You might also get serenaded by The Voices of Liberty, an a cappella group, as you wait.
Located on the lagoon side of the pavilion is the America Gardens Theater which plays host to Candlelight Processional during the holidays. It is also used for concerts throughout the year. Check your Times Guide to see if there are any scheduled during your visit.
Eating in America:
- Liberty Inn – Counter service restaurant that serves traditional American food.
Eating Around The World Showcase: Funnel Cake
Fun in America:
- As you proceed into the theater for The American Adventure show, look up. You’ll find 44 different American flags that flew over our country throughout her history.
- The Spirit of America Fife and Drum Corps perform patriotic songs throughout the day.
- The Clock Face on the building has the numeral IIII instead of IV to avoid confusion when viewing the clock from a distance.
- Kidcot is located to the far right side of the American Adventure building in the outdoor courtyard by the gift shop.
- Look for the American Flag that was pulled from the rubble of 9/11.
- Inside the rotunda, you can whisper on one side and someone will hear it on the other.
- Find the B17 Fortress painting and walk across it while looking at it
- The American Adventure Pavilion is centered in the World Showcase and is slightly higher elevated than the other countries. It is the host country.
- It is also 5 stories tall but they use taller windows and doors to make it appear just 3 stories tall.
You might also enjoy the United Kingdom Pavilion in Epcot.