PHOTOS, VIDEO: Souk-Al-Magreb Reopens with “Aladdin” Merchandise Under Disney Ownership at EPCOT Morocco Pavilion

After a brief closure as ownership transferred to the Walt Disney Company, Souk-Al-Magreb has reopened. Located in the Morocco Pavilion at EPCOT, the retail spot offers a variety of Moroccan goods. According to the shop’s manager, the adjacent Spice Road Table restaurant will reopen tomorrow. The manager also informed us that the reopening date for the rest of the Morocco Pavilion is unknown.


The colorful doors have been opened once again to welcome guests.


Guests enter Souk-Al-Magreb using the side entrance.


Inside, you’ll notice Moroccan-inspired apparel and accessories similar to what was sold here before.


However, with Disney at the helm of the pavilion, a wall dedicated to “Aladdin” merchandise has been added to the store.


The newly-added “Aladdin” merchandise includes toy sets plus Jasmine dolls, and costumes for children, and some ornaments.


Naturally, health and safety measures are still in place as they are throughout Walt Disney World. Check out our video below to view a full walkthrough video of the newly-reopened Souk-Al-Magreb:

What other possible changes do you see coming to the Morocco Pavilion at EPCOT? Are you looking forward to a slightly Disney-fied experience? Let us know in the comments!

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  1. I’m still trying to figure out why Aladdin, which takes place in Agrabah, in the Middle East, has stuff at the Morocco Pavilion, with Morocco being on the West Coast of Africa, nowhere near the Middle East…

  2. Seeing the stupid pink and purple Disney Princess packaging in that store makes my blood boil.

  3. What happened to all cast members that they were working for Marrakesh company. Do they have any chance to resume working for disney company after the transition? Or they are gone with their experience specially the chefs with their Moroccan speciality

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