I love the fireworks shows that Walt Disney World puts on. They do a fantastic job, syncing to the music and setting off some really cool shapes. Other than the holiday fireworks shows which go many steps beyond amazing (New Years Eve, 4th of July, Happy Hallowishes and Holiday Wishes), my favorite is the Wishes fireworks display at the Magic Kingdom, with Illuminations my second choice (sorry Fantasmic, though you're pretty cool too).
I used to be one of those people who would park myself smack in front of the castle in that little circle by the statue of Walt and Mickey...until one night I just didn't make it there in time and was stuck in an area to the right as you are looking at the castle. And I haven't sat in that circle since. Why? Because sitting right in front of the castle means a bunch of those cool fireworks will wind up being blocked by the castle itself! So here's your tip:
When choosing a viewing spot for Wishes while inside of the park (or any other fireworks display at the Magic Kingdom), try a spot off to the side if you want to be close to the castle. Better yet, if you'd really like that full castle-facing view, back up to right near Casey's Corner or the Plaza Ice Cream Parlor...then you'll be able to see those lower-hanging fireworks and get a full view of the castle as well. A great option is to get snacks or a meal from one of those places, grab one of the tables that are right there and enjoy your food while watching. Some people will go as far back as the 2nd floor of the train station for an even wider view of the show.
Wherever you decide to watch, enjoy the show--WDW puts on some of the best fireworks displays you'll ever see...sprinkled with some extra pixie dust of course!
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