Epcot’s Germany Pavilion Minature Train Village Decorated for Festival of the Arts

Tiny Flags at Epcot Germain Train Village

It looks like the Festival of the Arts is being celebrated by even Epcot’s tiniest citizens. A typical stroll around the World Showcase always includes a stop at the trains in Germany. The littlest village sits with toy trains running through it, delighting Disney guests young and old alike. Almost unnoticeable to the eye is a small addition to the village as of late. It appears this petite German town partakes in the Festival of the Arts as well and has put up miniature flags just like the ones all around Epcot!

Leave it to the minds at Walt Disney World to think of even the smallest details. Their dedication shows up even in areas that many guests may overlook. While the trains are certainly a common point of interest, especially for those with children, these flags are so tiny they could easily be missed. That’s why we’re making sure to pass along the message: look out for them the next time you are at Epcot during the Festival of the Arts!

Epcot’s Festival of the Arts has been a staple at the park since 2017, which makes it a recent addition to their usual lineup of yearly festivals. It’s known for showcasing artists and their work, celebrating masterpieces, and serving delicious bites. The next festival on the calendar is the popular Flower and Garden Festival; another one you can’t miss! Do you think the little villagers will be celebrating any more festivals this year?

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Allison Luna