Liberty Inn

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Liberty Inn
The entrance to the Liberty Inn
Land World Showcase
Opening date October 1, 1982
Closing date July 8, 2019
Restaurant Type Counter Service
Menu Type Casual American
Sponsored by Coca-Cola

The Liberty Inn was a counter service restaurant in the American Adventure pavilion.


The Liberty Inn opened along with the rest of the American Adventure pavilion on October 1, 1982 [1]. Fitting in with the rest of the pavilion, the restaurant had a colonial theme. When the Liberty Inn initially opened, it featured a roof, but no walls or windows. This was quickly changed however, and the restaurant was enclosed. Outside of this renovation, the Liberty Inn remained essentially unchanged.

In 2017, Disney began offering mobile ordering in the Liberty Inn [2].

On July 8, 2019, the Liberty Inn permanently closed. A new modern barbecue restaurant, the Regal Eagle Smokehouse: Craft Drafts and Barbecue is expected to replace the original counter service restaurant [3].

Fun Facts and Trivia

  • The flags of the thirteen original colonies could be found on the walls leading up to the Liberty Inn's ordering counter [4].
  • Colonial kitchenware and furniture could be found throughout the restaurant [4].


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