PHOTOS: Norway Pavilion Cast Members Celebrate Country’s Constitution Day at EPCOT

Shannen Ace

A group of people in traditional attire wave Norwegian flags while walking in a procession near a wooden building.

PHOTOS: Norway Pavilion Cast Members Celebrate Country’s Constitution Day at EPCOT

Norway Pavilion Cast Members at EPCOT celebrated Norway’s Constitution Day on Friday, May 17 with a parade and photos.

Norway Constitution Day

A group of people in traditional attire wave Norwegian flags while walking in a procession near a wooden building.

Constitution Day is Norway’s national day, observed on May 17 each year since the constitution was signed on May 17, 1814. The constitution declared Norway to be an independent kingdom. It is one of the oldest written constitutions still in use in the world.

A group of people, some in traditional attire, walk and wave small flags outdoors near a building with a wooden, Nordic-style roof. Bystanders observe them as they pass by.

At 1:30 p.m., Cast Members paraded through the pavilion, waving handheld Norway flags and banners. Both on-duty costumed Cast Members and off-duty Cast Members joined the parade. Some wore “I’m Celebrating” buttons.

A large group of people, many in traditional clothing, gather outdoors waving Norwegian flags, surrounding an area lined with shops and buildings.

After the parade, Cast Members stopped in the courtyard outside Frozen Ever After and Akershus Royal Banquet Hall to take photos.

A group of people, some in traditional attire, gather in front of a wooden building, holding and waving Norwegian flags.

The Norway Pavilion has celebrated Constitution Day in years past, although Cultural Representatives were absent from EPCOT for a few years due to COVID-19. Most Cast Members working in World Showcase are actually from the countries they represent.

A large group of people, some in traditional attire, are gathered outdoors holding Norwegian flags, posing for a photo in front of a rustic wooden building.

Thanks for celebrating Norway’s Constitution Day with us!

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