Impressions de France is usually shown every half hour. You will almost never have to wait through an entire showing to get a seat, so arriving a few minutes before show time should be plenty. It’s a good one to save for early afternoon when you need a break in the air-conditioning.
We're frogs (or shall we say "grenouilles") so we're careful when we're in France even if it's the France Pavilion in Epcot. The film is beautifully produced and it’s an entertaining way to sneak in a break for our frog legs during the long walk around World Showcase.
Impressions de France is an 18-minute movie housed in the Palais de Cinema in the France Pavilion at Epcot. The panoramic film is projected 200-degrees onto five screens. Unlike Reflections of China and O Canada!, there is seating in the theater.
Guests may remain in their wheelchair, motorized scooter or ECV to experience the attraction.
Source: Undercover Tourist
Get to the theatre early to enjoy a marvelous multi-faceted exhibit on the magnificent Notre Dame Cathedral.
The five screens wrap around you, along with a sound system that surrounds you with a vivid score and effects. Like French perfume? Be sure to visit La Signature and Plume et Palette, two marvelous stores adjacent to Impressions de France.
The Eiffel Tower on top of the theatre is approximately 1/10th the height of the actual Tower in Paris, France, and was constructed using Gustave Eiffel's original blueprints.
The Tour de France scene during the film isn’t actual footage of the Tour de France. The cyclists are really just Disney Cast Members.
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