UPDATE: Brazil Likely the New Country Being Added to World Showcase During Epcot's Expansion

UPDATE: Brazil Likely the New Country Being Added to World Showcase During Epcot’s Expansion

With multiple sources now confirming, it seems likely that Brazil is the new country being added to World Showcase during the multi-year expansion and re-imagining of Walt Disney World’s Epcot.

Likely location for the new Brazil pavilion at Epcot
Likely location for the new Brazil pavilion at Epcot

The pavilion is rumored to be going between the Italy and Germany pavilions in World Showcase, an empty 1.5 acre plot left for a future pavilion since the park opened in 1982. The pavilion will likely include an attraction, but there are nor rumblings as to what it might be at this time.

Brazil will likely be announced for Epcot at the D23 Expo 2017 during the presentation on Walt Disney Parks and Resorts. This rumor dates back to a 2011 story run here on WDWNT.com.

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Jeany Sanchez
Jeany Sanchez
2 years ago

Brazil is a good country for Epcot World Showcase it’s awesome!

Mary Z
Mary Z
2 years ago

Is the German miniature train display on front of that area?

Marlene
Marlene
2 years ago
Reply to  Mary Z

Yes.

Kevin
Kevin
2 years ago
Reply to  Mary Z

I wonder if they will move it or get rid of it completely.

Kathleen Grosso
Kathleen Grosso
2 years ago
Reply to  Kevin

Oh please don’t get rid of the trains

Brazilian Tour Group
Brazilian Tour Group
2 years ago

You’ll regret this one. CHANTING WILL NEVER DIE

Jorge campos
Jorge campos
2 years ago

I hope all Brazil in this Pavillion. Brazil is more than Rio de Janeiro and Amazon. South Brazil is really amazing

Daniel
Daniel
2 years ago
Reply to  Jorge campos

You can forget about that. If there will be a Brazilian pavillion we’ll have all of the same, as always.

frank digiovanni
frank digiovanni
2 years ago
Reply to  Jorge campos

what buildings or structures stand out in Brazil.. other than the Redemer statue, what says ‘that’s Brazil’…. ?

Maria
Maria
2 years ago

Well, depends on how much you know or read about other countries, usually we know much more about the USA than Americans know about Brazil, we have Brasília, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bras%C3%ADlia, we have Ouro Preto https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ouro_Preto, one of the many examples of Portuguese colonial architecture, we have Iguazu Falls (that is at least twice the size of Niagara and a Unesco World Heritage) we have Pantanal, we have Amazon…. Have you never heard about any of them?

1eyeblah
1eyeblah
2 years ago

Fantastic! A gathering place for tour groups to all come together to chant and sing….ugh

None ya
2 years ago
Reply to  1eyeblah

Couldn’t agree more…ugh!

Switzerland,Spain,Australia,The Netherlands,Russia…so many better choices than Brazil. Brazilians are the most annoying group at Disneyworld.

Celinho
Celinho
2 years ago
Reply to  None ya

Perhaps Brazilian are annoying but also are the ones who spend more money in Florida. Disney should have constructed an special park for you in the Moon, so that you could stay there alone. Get a psychiatrist !

Disney Pete
Disney Pete
2 years ago
Reply to  Celinho

Sure. As soon as most Brazilians grow some manners

Pisney Dete
Pisney Dete
2 years ago
Reply to  Disney Pete

That’s way more likely than you ever growing manners Petey.

Disney Pete
Disney Pete
2 years ago
Reply to  Disney Pete

A troll comes to the aide of rude people. Figures

Maria
Maria
2 years ago
Reply to  Disney Pete

Oh, it’s very polite to say the entire population of a country is annoying….

Disney Pete
Disney Pete
2 years ago
Reply to  Disney Pete

I always thought that part of the reason why most Brazilians had such poor manners is because they don’t speak English very well. Explains why most are so rude towards others and seem not to follow instructions or signage. Thanks for making the point that most Brazilians don’t speak the language very well by not knowing the difference between the words “most” & “entire”. Properly speaking English will be your path to knowing more words like “please” and understand much more complex things as phrases like “do not”. It’ll be the beginning of your path for us liking Brazilians more… Read more »

Maria
Maria
2 years ago
Reply to  Disney Pete

:) Seriously? How ludicrous can a guy be? You should write to Epcot asking them to allow to enter the park only those with a perfect English… And I’m sure you speak a perfect Spanish, French, Italian, German, etc…. You are insulting everybody here and…. is talking about manners? :) Anyway, Brazil government should spend more money building hospitals, or schools and not give money for a park where only Brazilians with a perfect English would be welcome.

Disney Pete
Disney Pete
2 years ago
Reply to  Disney Pete

I agree. Rude people should stay away. And if you think I’m the only one who thinks most Brazilians that go to the parks are obnoxious & rude, your self delusion is stronger than I thought.

Maria
Maria
2 years ago
Reply to  Disney Pete

:) He talks about rude people without manners….

Enuff
Enuff
2 years ago
Reply to  Disney Pete

Agreed. When Americans visit other countries aren’t we expected to somewhat assimilate?

Disney Pete
Disney Pete
2 years ago
Reply to  Disney Pete

Yes, that’s what I was talking about.

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Courtney
Courtney
2 years ago

Maybe a place for the Three Caballeros to end up..? :D

Giselle Bundchen
Giselle Bundchen
2 years ago
Reply to  Courtney

Not all countries south of America are the same. Caballero is a Spanish word. We speak Portuguese in Brazil, silly gringo.

Regras de futebol da Argentina!
Regras de futebol da Argentina!
2 years ago

Well he’s actually half right. The originally appearance of Jose from the 3 Cableros was from a segment on Brazil in the film Saludos Amigos called Aquarela do Brasil. So they can very easily use those characters as he suggested and it make perfect sense, silly macaco.

Awegs
Awegs
2 years ago

Except if you watch the movie, one of the three caballeros is Brazilian. So maybe chill out and understand what people are talking about before you start insulting them.

Charles
Charles
2 years ago

The José Carioca character from the Three Caballeros Disney film is intended to be Brazilian. And Donald Duck is American. Only Panchito Pistoles is from a Spanish-speaking country (Mexico).

Or should that movie have been called The Caballero, the Cavalheiro, and the Gentleman?

Disney Pete
Disney Pete
2 years ago

Is a prerequisite to be a troll in this site to be so ignorant? Can you even name who the three caballeros are and which countries do they represent?

Brian
Brian
2 years ago
Reply to  Courtney

Why would they end up there? Please enlighten those of us who don’t understand your train of thought?

Alessandro
Alessandro
2 years ago

awesome. caipirinha, brigadeiro, cocada. that’s sound good

Disney Pete the Pervert
Disney Pete the Pervert
2 years ago

{fingers crossed} come on topless beach attraction, come on topless beach attraction.

Paul
Paul
2 years ago

I do not have anything against Brazil (I’m sure it will be well done), but I have always held out hope that Venice would be expanded to include a waterway with Venetian Gondola rides… I know they’ve already expanded Italy once, but what Disney has there just doesn’t do Venice justice… Venice should wow any visitor that enters Italia… and it just doesn’t… It needed a waterway with active gondolas…

Charles
Charles
2 years ago
Reply to  Paul

Absolutely agree. I’ve been saying this since the first time I saw the gondola.

NotCakeCrabless
NotCakeCrabless
2 years ago

How long until Chip and Company copies and pastes this article?

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ncucerzan
ncucerzan
2 years ago

Don’t touch my trains!!!!!! Do you want to see a riot? This is how you see a riot. Simply move the pavilion to where African Outpost is.

Sterling
Sterling
2 years ago
Reply to  ncucerzan

If this is a Mallory Archer reference, bravo. But you should’ve worked “have your guts for garters” in there.

Janet
Janet
2 years ago

Excited for this pavilion, but I hope they don’t get rid of the miniature train set.

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DefendtheArts
DefendtheArts
2 years ago

That’s not an “empty plot”. WDW’s Disney Performing Arts facility is what currently resides there between Italy and Germany.

Disney Pete
Disney Pete
2 years ago
Reply to  Tom Corless

Not that it couldn’t go there but it makes more sense they use either the over dimensioned space they’re taking for the France attraction. They could easily take that space between France & Morocco even though it doesn’t make much more sense geographically (Spain would’ve made a lot more sense there)

It makes more sense in the Africa “pavilion”. A lot of free space there and is next to Mexico.

Marc
Marc
2 years ago

So, no SPAIN Pavillion then? Im not sold that isn’t happening as well. Ive heard stuff about Gigantic tie-ing into that so…

Luke
Luke
2 years ago

oh yes, because that is what was needed.. another country to show off, with a lot of people who visit wdw coming from that country. Like how many americans spend time at the american pavilion, or what about canadians, do they think spending time in epcot canada is worth doing on vacation? I am sure Brazil could be interesting, but at the same time, there are so many more countries that could be more impressive to add, Egypt would be one that could be really incredible, Greece is another one, if you want a more western country, Australia and New… Read more »

Shocker!
Shocker!
2 years ago
Reply to  Luke

Imagine that, a company who’s sole purpose is to make money, doing something that’s most likely to make them the most money.

Caroline
Caroline
2 years ago
Reply to  Luke

I am from Canada, and when I go to Epcot, I am so not interested by my pavillon!!! Oh Yes, Egypt would be great, or India maybe? Greece too. There are so much more interesting countries than Brazil (sorry, it’s my opinion).

Jenonred
Jenonred
2 years ago

What will the culture they bring in showcase I wonder? Do they have a specific product to merchandise they make? Like Germany has cuckoo clocks, Italy has Venetian masks, Japan has kimonos, etc. Are they known for anything specific?
I suppose it’s just to appease the mass group deals they have.
Australia could at least offer us a more unique land with Vegemite, boomerangs, and kangaroo souvenirs.
Don’t touch those German trains Disney!!!

Daniel
Daniel
2 years ago
Reply to  Jenonred

Well, you’re right. Here in Brazil we don’t produce anything. Actually, we are the 7th world economy just because we display our gourgeous bodies nonstop at our beaches all year round. We’re so lucky.

Maria
Maria
2 years ago
Reply to  Jenonred

Have you ever been in Brazil? Do you really think a country that “occupies roughly half of South America covering a total area of 3,287,357 sq mi” has nothing to show? If you want to know what Brazil could showcase, you could have an idea here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Culture_of_Brazil

Dani
Dani
2 years ago
Reply to  Jenonred

If you want animals, you bet Brazil’s got some: macaws, parrots, toucans and porpoises just to name a few. Remember, the Amazon is in Brazil. And food… Are you serious? Brigadeiro, pão de queijo, cocada, acarajé, feijoada, pastel… And don’t forget gringo’s favorite drink: caipirinha. And merchandise, ha. Carnaval, Zé Carioca, havaianas, soccer stuff… Do I need to go on?
And FYI Brazil’s pavilion was supposed to happen a looong time ago, when the park opened. There were talks between Disney and our president at the time.

frank digiovanni
frank digiovanni
2 years ago
Reply to  Dani

what famous buildings , structures or architecture says ‘Brazil’ other that Redeamer statue..?

Dani
Dani
2 years ago

Was that supposed to diminish the ideia of a Brazilian pavilion? As if the ideia of the Redeamer Statue is bad…? What if that’s what represents the country for most people around the world? Just like the Eiffel Tower, Big Ben, Taj Mahal and Statue of Liberty represent their countries around the globe. If you want to know, there’s a really famous architect in Brazil called Oscar Niemeyer and his work is really famous around here and internationally. There are some small towns in the countryside of Minas Gerais which have a really famous architecture too. But for me, my… Read more »

frank
frank
2 years ago
Reply to  Dani

Just can’t think of anything that stands out that’s not Iberian colonial ….

rocketman
rocketman
2 years ago
Reply to  Jenonred

they can have an attraction where people get mugged, robbed, shot, etc and call it RioLAND

Ryan Lochte
Ryan Lochte
2 years ago
Reply to  rocketman

Or an attraction where you pretend to get robbed and then pee on a gas station and call it Lochte Land.

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