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See the New Stein at Epcot’s Germany Pavilion

See the New Stein at Epcot’s Germany Pavilion

One of the many fun collectibles Guests like to purchase at Disney World are steins from Epcot’s Germany Pavilion. There is a brand new available now!

Germany Pavilion

Celebrate Oktoberfest Year Round at Epcot's Amazing Germany Pavilion
Credit: Susan

The Germany Pavilion is located in Epcot’s World Showcase. Its architecture contains a mix of styles from various German regions. From quaint wooden cottages to a replica of a medieval castle, all the shops face a spacious Platz, or town square.

In the center of the square, look for the cool clock tower. Located in the back of the pavilion you will find Biergarten Restaurant. And, don’t forget to look for Snow White near the wishing well!

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The German-influenced colorful designs, statues, bells and architecture seem to illuminate like a page from a fairytale storybook.  Situated in the center is a statue of the Patron Saint of Soldiers, Saint George modeled after the Saint George statue located in Rothenburg, Germany.

Be sure to check out everything you need to know about the Germany Pavilion in this guide. It has information about dining, shopping, and more!

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New Stein

Credit: Disney

Take a look at the new stein, pictured above! The mug itself is a grayish blue with German designs. The top features a castle or steeple of some sort (excuse my lack of knowledge for all things German culture and history).

Be sure to pick up the cool new stein at Sommerfest, Bierline, and the Pretzel Cart to sip in style! This is a fun collectible worthy to be added to your collection of steins!

Do you collect steins? How about anything else from Disney World? Let us know in the comments below. And, share this post with someone who loves steins, too!


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