Mom And Daughter Resort Room
  • On Aug 2, 2015
    Michelle from ON Asked

    Hi! We are thinking of attending the Wishes Dessert Party in early November. My daughter is 8 and small. Any recommendations for dealing with crowds exiting the park and getting transportation back to the Caribbean Beach Club after the fireworks? Thanks

    Hi Michelle,

    The Wishes Fireworks Dessert Party is a great way to end a fantastic day at the Magic Kingdom.  If you  have not done so already, I would suggest making reservations ASAP as this is a very popular event.  Exiting the park with the crowds can sometimes be a bit challenging.  Since bus transportation runs from the Magic Kingdom back to Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort for one hour after park closing, you have plenty of time to catch your ride back.  I suggest finding a nice bench somewhere in the Main Street area, people watch for a bit and as the crowds begin to thin out, then make your way towards the exit.  There really is no need to spend the last bit of your evening in a rush.  Enjoy the twinkling lights on Main Street, grab a Starbucks coffee, and do some window shopping on your stroll out of the park. 

    Have a terrific vacation!  Let us know if we can do anything else to make your trip as easy as possible.

    Leanne T. 

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Meet the Panelist: Leanne, Missouri

Walt Disney captured my heart as a little girl and has not let go since. As a parent and grandparent, I have been to the Walt Disney World Resort with children of all ages, and also as empty nesters. I would like to share my years of experience so that you are able to start your own tradition of Walt Disney World memories, just as I have. Learn More About Leanne

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