If you are attending Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party (MVMCP) this year, you may want reserved seating for the all-new Minnie’s Wonderful Christmastime Fireworks show. I have all the details on what is included at this party within a party!
Sweeten your night at MVMCP with a premium spot and all the holiday treats you can handle. You’ll get to enjoy seasonal snacks while watching the fireworks from Tomorrowland Terrace or from the Plaza Garden, depending on the option you purchase. No need to worry about staking out a spot hours in advance or standing in line for party-exclusive treats.
Minnie’s Wonderful Christmastime Fireworks Dessert Party is available on Christmas party nights from November 8 through December 22.
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November 8, 11, 12, 14, 15, 17, 19, 21, 22 and 24
December 1, 3, 5, 6, 8, 10, 12, 13, 15, 17, 19, 20 and 22
Read all about MVCMP (including a review from last year’s party) HERE.
For the fireworks viewing from Tomorrowland Terrace, tickets are $84 for adults and $50 for children 9 and under (tax not included). If you choose to view from the Plaza Garden, tickets are $69 for adults and $41 for children (tax not included). This is in addition to the tickets you need for admission to the actual Christmas party. Christmas party tickets are between $100-$140 depending on the night you go. You must make advanced reservations if you want to enjoy this experience.
So what all is included? Enjoy a buffet of holiday-themed cupcakes and desserts, chocolate-dipped strawberries, ice cream, a variety of cheeses, fresh fruit, and beverages (hot cocoa, tea, coffee, lemonade, etc). Then enjoy the beautiful fireworks presentation from the comfort of your table inside Tomorrowland Terrace or the reserved standing area at the Plaza Garden.
You will need to check into Tomorrowland Terrace Restaurant approximately 1-1.5 hours before the fireworks show starts. Seating in the restaurant is first-come-first-serve, although every spot features a view of Cinderella’s castle. In case of bad weather, the fireworks show may be delayed or canceled, but the dessert party will still continue.
Personally, I do not see the need for this dessert party. It essentially doubles the cost of the event plus takes away precious time from enjoying the rest of the party-exclusive attractions. Check out Character Locator if you want great touring plans that maximize your time and still allow you to experience many of the things MVMCP has to offer.
What do you think of paying for two parties in one night? Will you be attending a dessert party at MVMCP?