The Germany Pavilion is styled to look like a 16th century German town, only with architecture from several distinct periods.
You’ll immediately see the statue of Saint George slaying a dragon as well as a clock tower with a glockenspiel that chimes on the hour. The rest of the Pavilion is made up of small shops and the Biergarten restaurant, all of which are immaculately detailed.
Attraction Info: There isn’t much to do in Germany other than shop, eat, and drink beer. It could be worse.
Otherwise, check out the working model train and village scene on the left hand side as you walk towards the United States Pavilion.
Celebrate Oktoberfest all year long at Biergarten, the German buffet restaurant featuring a live oompah band and liters of beer.
A variety of cold salad and meat options are available, in addition to sausage, roast pork, schnitzel, and more.
Sommerfest, Germany’s counter service, serves tasty bratwurst and some of the best pretzels in Disney World.
Karamell-Kuche – Handcrafted Caramel Treats is another option.
Serving a wide variety of sweet treats.
Drink Around the World:
Beer options include Altenmunster Oktoberfest and Schofferhofer Grapefruit on draft, in addition to Erdinger Dunkel. Wine is also available, in addition to shots of Jagermeister, Barenjager Honey & Bourbon, and Berentzen Apfel Korn (apple liqueur).
For more wine options, including flights, head back to the Weinkeller.
Snow White greets guests at the Wishing Well on the left side as you arrive at Germany from China and the Africa Outpost.
Shopping Opportunities: Other than eating and drinking, shopping is the main attraction at the German Pavilion.
Expect a great variety of expensive hand-made goods as well as cheaper merchandise for the masses.
There are hand-painted eggs, Hummel figurines, beer steins, Steiff bears, cuckoo clocks, Swarovski jewelry, and plenty more for your browsing pleasure.