• On Jan 16, 2022
    Tracy from IL Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Hi, is there a pass you can purchase just to attend the fireworks at night? And if I purchased a two day two park pass. Can I leave the park and return later to the same park if same day? Thanks!

    Hiya, Tracy and welcome to planDisney! 

    Ah, the fireworks, arguably one of the best parts about finishing any day at the parks at Walt Disney World Resort! From Harmonious in EPCOT to Disney Enchantment at Magic Kingdom Park and all the favorites-gone-by of dreamers of all ages, there's something magical about looking to the skies and seeing those colors burst! 

    While I totally wish there were a fireworks-only pass for the Disney Parks, unfortunately there isn't. But don't despair, I have a planDrew-approved tip that can put you right in the magic without a park ticket! 

    As a Disney Cruise Line specialist, I'm a pushover for a boat ride, so whenever I'm missing the Disney Cruise Line fleet, a ride on Walt Disney World Resort's Water Transportation is a must-do - especially at night! If you time it right, a ride from Disney's Fort Wilderness Campground on the bow of the Water Taxi headed to Magic Kingdom gives you an incredible view of the Enchantment fireworks lighting the night sky above Disney's Contemporary Resort, Bay Lake Tower at Disney's Contemporary Resort, and Magic Kingdom Park!

    The last time I was at the parks, we pulled up to the dock right as the finale started and we got to watch the climax of the fireworks show burst above the entrance of the park from outside the gates. Talk about a photo op right over the Walt Disney World Railroad station! While it didn't let us experience all of the magical projections down Main Street, U.S.A., it was a great way to watch the fireworks (and beat the crowds back onto Guest Transportation!)

    Regarding your other question about single-day tickets, with any ticket that doesn't include the Park Hopper Option, you are more than welcome to come and go from the park you are visiting during its operating hours - assuming it hasn't reached capacity!

    Most visits, I actually prefer to get up bright and early and head to the parks first thing, then head back to my resort in the heat of the day to maybe catch a nap or quick bite to eat before rallying for another few hours back at the park! It's a great way to not overdo it on any given day.

    I sure hope that helps you plan your days a bit as you get closer to your trip this Summer, Tracy! I know you're going to have an incredible time. If you come up with any other questions as you finalize plans, you know where to find us here at planDisney! 

    TTFN, Ta Ta For Now! 

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