Mom And Daughter Magic Kingdom Cinderella's Castle
  • On Jun 14, 2010
    Jennifer from WI Asked

    My husband and I are visiting Aug 28-Sept 4th 2010. I would really like to see fireworks at Cinderallas castle since we missed them the last time we were there. Will there be any during that time period? I hope so! That's the one thing I wish to see :)

    Jennifer,

    The good news is that you can see the Magic Kingdom fireworks show nightly! The traditional show, Wishes, is temporarily replaced by the Summer Nightastic! show, but really we are talking about 6 of 1, half a dozen of another. Probably around mid to late August they will revert back to Wishes, with several holiday versions popping up during the remainder of the year.

    To check on show times,

    1. Highlight the "Parks" section at the top of the Walt Disney World website.
    2. When the drop down menu appears, simply select the park for which you want to check for show times ("Magic Kingdom" for instance).
    3. Once you are on that park's main page, just select "Calendar" from the left column choices.
    4. Once the calendar shows, you can adjust to whatever month you are planning to visit by clicking on the menu to the upper right of the calendar.
    5. When you click on an actual date, it will show you the schedule for the park, and major show and event times, for that day.
    I hope that this helps?

    Have a magical vacation!
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