Mom And Daughter Magic Kingdom Cinderella's Castle
  • On Sep 21, 2013
    Kathleen from MD Asked

    What time do the fire dancers "welcome the night" for guests at the Polynesian hotel? I'm not referring to the ticketed luau but the free nightly ceremony. Also where should a family with young kids stand to get a good view of the fire-dancing?

    Hi, Kathleen!

    Or should I say "Aloha!"  There is usually a torch lighting ceremony Tuesdays through Saturdays in or near the lobby area. It has always been at 6:00 p.m. when I have stayed at Polynesian, but times are subject to change.  Check with a friendly Cast Member at the front desk for exact times and locations of this fun Polynesian experience. 

    For a complete night of fun, you might want to investigate the Spirit of Aloha show, a full Luau complete with dinner, dancing, and entertainment.   Enjoy your time at the beautiful Polynesian Resort. 
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