The United Kingdom Pavilion in Epcot is located between France and Canada. It is designed to look like a British village complete with hedge maze, quaint little shops and red phone booths.
The buildings throughout the UK depict the popular architectural styles including Victorian, Tudor, Hyde Park, Georgian, London and Regency. The Tea Caddy is a replica of Anne Hathaway’s, William Shakespeare’s wife, cottage.
The 4 streets in the United Kingdom pavilion are Tudor Lane, Upper Regency, Lower Regency and High Street.
Eating in United Kingdom:
- Rose and Crown Pub and Dining Room – Table Service restaurant that serves British cuisine. Notice that the Roe and Crown Pub have 3 different sides which depict the 3 popular pub styles in the UK. There is also outdoor seating along the lagoon. Plus, they added a long time British favorite to their menu – the Sunday Roast. The hearty meal will include roasted meat, potatoes, vegetables and Yorkshire pudding. Rose & Crown will be serving the Sunday Roast, as indicated, on Sundays only.
- Yorkshire County Fish Shop – Quick Service location that serves amazing Fish and Chips. There is some seating behind the restaurant along the lagoon.
Eating Around The World Showcase: Fish and Chips
Fun in United Kingdom:
- The British Revolution perform cover acts from The Beatles, The Police, The Rolling Stones and more. Check your Times Guide for showtimes during your visit.
- There is an Agent P’s Mission in the United Kingdom and you’ll even get a free tea packet.
- Kidcot is located inside the Toy Soldier store.
- The Butterfly and Knot Herb Garden is located on the left side of the pavilion near the International Gateway. This garden is filled with flowers that are known to attract butterflies. You will also find a chrysalis box that is home to butterfly cocoons.
- The hedge maze located near the restrooms and red phone booths is always fun for kids and grown ups to walk through.
- Inside the Crown and Crest shop, you can look up your family’s crest or coat of arms.
- The crests of Oxford, Eton, Cambridge and Edinburgh can be seen in the upstairs window of The Queen’s Table.
- The garden area was designed as a replica to Hyde Park.
You might also enjoy the France Pavilion in Epcot.