A World Showcase of Unforgettable Shopping at Epcot – Norway Pavilion

A World Showcase of Unforgettable Shopping at Epcot – Norway Pavilion

This month, I stopped by Norway Pavilion as part of my shopping journey around World Showcase at Epcot. You may recall I’ve been visiting each pavilion this year highlighting the beautiful architecture and unique shopping experiences.

Unforgettable Shopping at Epcot – Norway Pavilion

The pavilion opened in World Showcase in May 1988. The architecture reflects several Norse towns, including Bergen, Alesund, Oslo, and Setesda. At its entrance, guests are greeted by a 4/5-scale replica of Norway’s 12 century Gol Stave Church.

Unforgettable Shopping at Epcot – Norway Pavilion

The Puffin’s Roost is the main shop at the pavilion. The shop is a series of interconnected rooms that offers Norway-themed apparel, home goods, fragrances, and jewelry. Guests will also find outerwear by Helly Hansen and gorgeous wool sweaters by Dale of Norway. Toward the back of the shop, guests will find a selection of products from Disney’s “Frozen.”

One of my favorite things to do at the shop is take a photo with the gigantic troll. I have many family photos throughout the years at that spot. Nearby, guests will find troll merchandise including figures and apparel.

Unforgettable Shopping at Epcot – Norway Pavilion

In summer 2016, The Wandering Reindeer shop opened outside Royal Sommerhus at the pavilion.

Guests may find select items from this pavilion using the Shop Disney Parks mobile app. To download, please visit DisneyWorld.com/Shop.

Here are some photographs of my favorite items guests will find in this pavilion. All I need now is some school bread from Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe.

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