United Kingdom, another wild mix of architectural styles, has no rides or shows, so few people know about the knee-high hedge maze in back. The U.K. is popular chiefly for its English-style pub, the indoor Rose & Crown Pub & Dining Room (which you can enjoy without a reservation or eating), and a counter-service fish and chips shop. That’s two fish-and-chips outlets in a block—far more than you’d find even in London these days. After 5:15pm, duck into the pub to catch Pam Brody or Carol Stein, longtime Epcot entertainers who both play piano here and lead the guests in song. Request their version of “Do Re Mi” (it’s clean).

Influences: Anne Hathaway’s Cottage, Stratford-upon-Avon (The Tea Caddy); Queen Anne style (the middle promenade); Hampton Court, London (Sportsman’s Shoppe); Victorian, country, and traditional pub styles (Rose & Crown).

Fun Stuff to Buy: Featured shopping in the conjoined Sportsman’s Shoppe, the Crown & Crest, and Toy Soldier includes Beatles merch, Pooh merch, and “Keep Calm and Carry On” tees. Across the way, Lords and Ladies does jewelry and The Tea Caddy sells Twinings tea and mugs and English candy bars at a high price of $3.50 each.