• On Jul 2, 2021
    Hilary from UT Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Which Fireworks Dessert Party (if they come back post-COVID) would be best for a group with a 3 year old?

    Hi Hilary!

    Your three year old is visiting Walt Disney World at a marvelous age! Enraptured by the magic, enthralled by the stories, and enchanted by the characters, a preschooler will fill your vacation with wonder and awe.

    Let's talk sweets! When and if dessert parties return, they will surely be lush with chocolate and decadent treats. Once upon a time choices ranged from a Star Wars themed offering at Disney's Hollywood Studios to a Frozen oriented one at Epcot

    I find as an adult, spotting Tinkerbell fly from a Cinderella Castle spire and soar over your head, produces massive amounts of jumping and clapping. How astonishing and delightful the same experience must be for a three year old! The classic Fireworks Dessert Party-Tomorrowland Terrace provides the best view of this pixie dusted flight; I felt Tink was landing right over my head. This classic event would be my first pick for any age or group.

    Wishing you a sweet trip to the magic!

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