Our look at the Mexico Pavilion at Epcot continues with a detailed look at the merchandise available inside the Pavilion.
A lot of the stuff is less expensive than you might expect. These mugs are large and well-made and come in at “just” $23.
They also come in a smaller shot glass.
Skull imagery has been prominent inside the Pavilion for a couple of years now, but you’ll find even more with the popularity of Coco:
You’ll also find some that’s World Showcase-branded:
And a few pieces celebrating the Gran Fiesta Tour and Mexico itself:
That coffee mug is underrated.
There’s also a store featuring Arribas Brothers glass:
Jewelry is also available inside La Tienda Encantada:
Few people head into either store, both of which you’ll find on the left side of the pyramid.
The Oaxacan Wood Carving is an impressive collection:
Along with some other art:
And like other Pavilions, some fun food options:
Prices are reasonable for the most part. A pack of 15 of these fruit bars costs $19 on Amazon.
Some glassware and other items:
There’s quite a bit of merchandise relating to Elena of Avalor and Coco as well.
It’s definitely worth stopping by to enjoy the details of the woodwork and to bother someone about bringing back the Donald Duck pinata.
We’ll move on to food and beverage.