We continue with our jaunt around World Showcase with what’s happening around the China Pavilion.
In my opinion, China might be the most underappreciated of all the World Showcase Pavilions.
We continue our circle around World Showcase with China and a look around the “Inside Shanghai Disney Resort” collection. The exhibit replaced Tomb Warriors: Guardian Spirits of Ancient China back in June of 2016.
You’ll find it inside of a building that is technically called House of the Whispering Willows.
That’s located to the left of the Temple of Heaven, which is where you’ll find “Reflections of China,” a Circle-Vision 360° movie. You’ll find more than 150 pictures below, so don’t click if you’re down to your last three megabytes of data or something. There’s plenty of other easywdw.com content to waste that on.
We return to Future World at Epcot for some construction updates and to check out what’s new at Sunshine Seasons.
I’ll run one more update focused on the Flower and Garden Festival to close out the month.
We return to Disney’s Animal Kingdom as the sun sets.
The 20th anniversary celebration continues, at least in the form of banners and cupcakes. We’ll be running into a cake pop in due time.
We continue our “in-depth” look at the Norway Pavilion in Epcot with this blob that I spent some amount of time trying to make look like a viking horn. It was surprising that I had little luck given the success of past artistic ventures.
So far we’ve taken a good look at the new-ish “Gods of the Vikings” exhibit inside the Stave Church, in addition to examining the merchandise available around the Pavilion in 75+ pictures in this post. And we enjoyed lunch at Akershus Royal Banquet Hall in this review, though we’ll take a moment to reexamine the current menu a little later.