Remy details.
Remy details.

The Details In Remy Expansion Of The EPCOT France Pavilion (Photos)

One of the many things that Disney does well is the details.  Many guests will miss them at first or entirely, but for those who do experience them, they add a new level of storytelling and joy to visiting Disney World.

The new area around Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure in the France Pavilion in EPCOT offers up a great French-themed attraction, a delicious crepe restaurant, fun Remy merchandise, and a number of Remy details that are worth exploring.

Let’s take at some details that make this area of the park special.

The fountain in front of the attraction brings fun motion and sound to the area.
The fountain in front of the attraction brings fun motion and sound to the area.

 

Remy and his rat friends make an appearance!
Remy and his rat friends make an appearance!

 

Take a minute to look in the windows of the shops. Here are some delicious bakery treats.
Take a minute to look in the windows of the shops. Here are some delicious bakery treats.

 

One window for the wine shop owned by food critic Anton Ego from the Disney Pixar Movie Ratatouille shows his private label wine - Chateau Ego. Photo credits (C) Disney Enterprises, Inc. All Rights Reserved
One window for the wine shop owned by food critic Anton Ego from the Disney Pixar Movie Ratatouille shows his private label wine – Chateau Ego. Photo credits (C) Disney Enterprises, Inc. All Rights Reserved

 

Look down for the manhole cover that displays Remy and a few fleur de lis.
Look down for the manhole cover that displays Remy and a few fleur de lis.

 

This artist's apartment in the queue for Remy's Ratatouille Adventure holds lots of fun details.
This artist’s apartment in the queue for Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure holds lots of fun details.

 

Check out the fruit and books!
Check out the fruit and books!

 

The ride vehicles look like cute rats!
The ride vehicles look like cute rats!

 

The bottlecap exit sign shows the way out.
The bottlecap exit sign shows the way out.

Do you enjoy the details Disney adds in the parks?