Step into a faraway land divided into two fascinating sections, the Ville Nouvelle (new city) and the Medina (old city). Discover a bustling plaza with shops featuring remarkable Rabat carpets, woven belts, leather sandals, fabulous fezzes, beautiful brass pots and planters, and much more. Enjoy the scrumptious delights and marvelous belly dancers at Restaurant Marrakesh and the awesome artifacts at the Gallery of Arts and History.
B’net Al Houvwariyate Music: Sift the sands of time on a musical journey through Morocco, as performed by this acclaimed ensemble of women. Their exhilarating sounds feature rural Berber chants, urban beats of Marrakesh and the spirited Andalucian rhythms that inspired Spanish Flamenco.
Length: Approximately 17 minutes.
Hours: Performances usually begin after the Noon hour and are performed once an hour. Pick up a Times Guide for more information.
Accessibility: May remain in wheelchair/ECV
CHARACTERS FOUND IN THE MOROCCO PAVILION
Restaurant Marrakesh: Guests dining at Restaurant Marrakesh will feast on such Moroccan delicacies as roast lamb, shish kebab, couscous and brochette of chicken. You can select an à la carte favorite, or set off on a culinary adventure with the Marrakesh Feast—featuring everything from Harira soup and an assortment of hearty meats to Moroccan pastries and more. Kid-friendly fare like chicken tenders, pasta and hamburgers are on the menu as well. The royal feast was included in the ABC list on Where in Walt Disney World Can I Find? The Table Service Edition.
Guests 21 years of age and older can such specialties as the Casablanca Sunset, the Sahara Splash and the Marrakesh Express.
Live entertainment is offered in the form of beautiful belly dancers who delights guests with their traditional Moroccan belly dances.
Restaurant Marrakesh is a table service restaurant and one table service credit is required when using the Disney Dining Plan. Advance reservations are recommended and can be made up to 180 days prior to your visit.
Hours: Lunch 11:30 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. Dinner: 3:30 p.m. to park closing **Hours are subject to change
Spice Road Table: While enjoying their adventure around the World Showcase Lagoon, guests are invited to savor Mediterranean small plates and specialty entrées served at Spice Road Table restaurant. With its opening in January, 2014, Spice Road Table became the second table service restaurant located in the Morocco Pavilion of World Showcase. Guests can simmer their senses in the flavors of the Mediterranean as they unwind as they enjoy their view of the lagoon. Fried calamari, meat skewers, spicy garlic shrimp, and coriander-crusted rack of lamb are just a few of the delicious offerings on the menu.
Spice Road Table is one of many Epcot table service restaurants and one table service credit is required when using the Disney Dining Plan. Reservations are not accepted.
Hours: Lunch 11:30 a.m. to 3:55 p.m. Dinner 4:00 p.m. to park closing **Hours are subject to change
Tangierine Cafe: This Mediterranean eatery serves shawarma, wraps and platters, as well as fresh tabouleh, hummus, lentil salad and falafel. Fresh baked pastries such as walnut and pistachio baklava and thirst-quenching non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages are served as well. Kids’ meals are available also.
Seating can be found near the pastry counter or on the patio outdoors.
Tangierine Cafe is a counter/quick service restaurant and one counter service credit will be required when using the Disney Dining Plan.
Hours: 11:00 a.m. to park closing **Hours are subject to change
Gallery of Arts and History: Open the heavy wooden door and experience an often overlooked attraction, Moroccan Style: The Art of Personal Adornment. Experience the mystique of Morocco through the distinctive, detailed designs of its time-honored crafts. Guests can see how the unparalleled artistry and craftsmanship of Moroccan decorative arts are a visual representation of cultural identity.