Where to Watch Happily Ever After Fireworks at WDW

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3 Responses

  1. Stephanie says:

    Hi. I am traveling there with a 16 month old (and other family) in early June and trying to plan our days at the Parks. We are planning two days at the MK because we are assuming we will head back to the hotel in the afternoons for our son to nap a bit. So I made dinner reservations near the park at Kona Cafe. Should we plan to just stay at the Polynesian to watch the show or do you think for the first time seeing it and with a toddler, we should head back into the Park to watch the show?

    • Either or. I know that’s not much help, but you can get a great view of the fireworks from the beach at the Polynesian. The sound will be a bit easier on toddlers ears. However, if you’re looking to get photos of the fireworks in the park, etc, Magic Kingdom never disappoints 🙂

  2. Kathy says:

    So where is the best place to watch the HEA from inside the park? Where you’ll see the
    fireworks and the castle projections? In front of the partners statue? A