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  • On Dec 9, 2013
    Lore from ME Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    I know there are places to see fireworks from Disneys Magic Kingdom...but are you able to see them from Disney's Boardwalk? If not, where else can I see them without being right in the MK? Thanks

    Lore, no one does fireworks like the folks at Walt Disney World, so be prepared to be blown away by the pyrotechnic shows in the sky.

    Disney's BoardWalk does offer a view of Epcot's fireworks. From this entertainment complex you can see the explosions bursting overhead, but the IllumiNations show is really an event that should be viewed within the park. The dramatic music, the lighting of the nations around World Showcase, the earth floating across the lagoon, and the brilliant fire effects cannot be seen from the Boardwalk. If you just want to catch a few fireworks however, a bench in front of Jellyrolls will suit your needs.

    The Magic Kingdom's Wishes show is a better choice for outside the park fireworks viewing. This high-in-the-sky spectacular offers a fabulous show even to those watching from a distance. Try the beach at Disney's Polynesian Resort or the fourth floor observation deck at Disney's Contemporary Resort.



      
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