Your Guide to Magic Kingdom Fireworks

| September 18, 2019 | 8 Comments

Your Guide to Magic Kingdom Fireworks

One of the most magical parts of a Walt Disney World vacation are the fireworks at the Magic Kingdom Park. When a person goes for the first time, they don’t really know where to begin with the fireworks. Where do you stand? What time do the fireworks happen? Don’t worry, because this is your guide to Magic Kingdom fireworks!

Your Guide to Magic Kingdom Fireworks
Happily Ever After Fireworks Show at Magic Kingdom

What are Magic Kingdom Fireworks?

Some of the most popular pictures from Disney World are of the fireworks. It’s truly amazing the show put on by WDW in the fireworks department. These fireworks are the biggest and greatest fireworks that you’ll ever see!

Once you leave, you’ll think “Wow, Disney really knows how to put on a Fireworks show.” It’s true! The Happily Ever After Fireworks are a great way to end your day at the most magical place on earth!

Appropriate Ages for Happily Ever After Fireworks

I think this will make you happy. The fireworks at Disney World are perfect for any age! If your child doesn’t like loud noises, you can always bring noise cancelling headphones; however, the fireworks are so mesmerizing!

Your Guide to Magic Kingdom Fireworks
Your Guide to Magic Kingdom Fireworks

Check Out the Showtimes

Everything at Disney World is scheduled. You’ll want to know the showtimes ahead of going. You can view the Day Calendar right on the website. Checking the schedule will hope you know exactly when the showtimes are!

This is nice because you can prepare! I like to know the schedule ahead of time because then I know where I need to be and when.

Location of the Fireworks

Your Guide to Magic Kingdom Fireworks
Happily Ever After Fireworks Show at Magic Kingdom

If you haven’t watched the Happily Ever After Fireworks Show before, then you should know that they’re located around Cinderella’s Castle. This is where you get to watch her castle come to life, unlike anything you’ve ever seen before!

Type of Fireworks

The really cool thing about this fireworks show is that Disney couldn’t just stop there. They also use lasers, music, lights, and special effects to make it come alive. The firework show today is unlike any other show put on in the Disney parks.

If you’d like to discover even more information about Magic Kingdom fireworks, you can head to the website to discover more. Learning as much as you can before you go is always a good idea! By the way, the most perfect places to stand for the fireworks include:

  • Behind Cinderella’s Castle (Fantasyland)
  • Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort
  • Disney’s Contemporary Resort
  • Main Street

The songs that are played during the fireworks are contemporary versions that help bring Disney animated films to life. You’ll want to sing and dance the whole time!

What are some of your favourite Walt Disney World fireworks shows?
Share in the comments below!

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Christelle, but please call me Chrisi. Cinnamon hot chocolate connoisseur. Honorary Princess. Registered Nurse and aspiring writer to be.

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  1. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    The fireworks we saw were superb and we only saw them from our hotel, we had young kids with us and they were tired so we couldn’t actually stay and watch them

  2. JoKing says:

    I would love to see that! I love fireworks!

  3. micheline says:

    Thank you for this post, when we years ago we missed the fireworks and had some not too happy campers.

  4. Calvin says:

    Really seems magical even just looking at the pictures.

  5. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    I was at Disney World on the 4th of July and I’ve never seen anything like it

  6. Usually fireworks all seem the same, but in places like that, they are truly magical. I’ve seen them once when I was a kid. I was in complete awe of the beauty.

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