United Kingdom, a wild mix of architectural styles, has no rides or shows, and 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, 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. 

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 football (soccer) jerseys, merchandise for Queen, Bowie, and the Beatles; Dr. Who stuff; and Guinness shirts (that’s actually Irish, but carry on). Across the way, Lords and Ladies does jewelry and soap, and the Tea Caddy sells Twinings tea plus English candy bars ($4 each; sometimes sold out).

Entertainment: British Revolution rock cover band.

Character greeting: Mary Poppins, Alice in Wonderland.