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  • On May 22, 2010
    Elizabeth from OH Asked

    I am traveling to Disney World on October 3-9, 2010 and I was wondering when are the fireworks displays scheduled to start in the various theme parks?

    Hi!

    What a great time to visit Walt Disney World! I think that might just be our favorite time to visit: lower crowds, great weather, Halloween decoratons and the Epcot Food and Wine festival all combine to create a really magical trip!

    During your stay at Disney, there are a quite a few options to see the fireworks:
    • At Magic Kingdom, Wishes is currently scheduled to be shown Oct 4th @ 10pm, Oct 5th @ 8pm, Oct 6th @ 9pm,  and Oct 9th @ 10pm (The nights without Wishes scheduled are due to Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party events, and those night feature their own special fireworks for party goers!)
    • Hollywood Studios will be offering Fantasmic on Oct 3rd and Oct 7th @ 8pm
    • While the calendar for Illuminations at Epcot, is not yet updated it is usually shown nightly at 9pm.
    Be sure to double check the schedules before you head to the parks by visiting the Calendar for each park online. Daily events such as the fireworks, parades and shows can be found there. Here are links to calendars for Epcot, Hollywood Studios and Magic Kingdom. Just select the month you are visiting, and then click on an individual date to see times.
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