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  • On Mar 21, 2010
    Colleen from WI Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    What nights should we plan on seeing fireworks and where?


    You will find that the Wishes fireworks show (Magic Kingdom) and the IllumiNations fireworks and light show (Epcot World Showcase) are held nightly. So you can go on whatever night really best suits your schedule.

    As for Hollywood Studios, their Fantasmic show is held only a few days per week, and that changes throughout the year, so you will want to check the schedule and plan accordingly.

    The Animal Kingdom does not have a fireworks show, presumably because it would spook the animals.

    As for the best day, when we travel to Walt Disney World we like to take in the Wishes fireworks on the night of our first full day there, as well as on our last day there. And then we make sure to do IllumiNations once, later in the week.

    Feel free to write back with any follow-up questions!

    Have a magical vacation!
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