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Fireworks to take place overnight at Walt Disney World

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Fireworks to take place overnight at Walt Disney World
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Details have been announced for after hours fireworks at Walt Disney World. See when you might be able to catch a special glimpse of the fireworks and where.

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Fireworks remain a huge part of Walt Disney World entertainment and we are so happy to have them back! Remember when we had no fireworks?

If you are heading to Disney World, you can enjoy Disney’s newest firework spectacular, Disney’s Enchantment over at the Magic Kingdom and Harmonious at EPCOT.

I (Maggie) do not think I am alone in saying that I still miss and long for Happily Ever After. Does Enchantment live up to Happily Ever After? Check out this post to see Jamie’s thoughts.

After Hours Fireworks

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If you are visiting Walt Disney World this weekend, you might hear or spot some fireworks due to an after hours event nearby on Sunday, March 6th.

Firework may be seen and heard in the late hours on Sunday, March 6th

Times you can possibly see and/or hear fireworks are as follows:

  • 12:15 a.m.
  • 1:00 a.m.
  • 2:00 a.m.

This schedule is subject to change due to weather or operational needs. If you are up late that night, you might get a bonus show if you are by Seven Seas Lagoon or Bay Lake.

Fireworks schedule

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Remember schedules for fireworks are on Character Locator. If you want to get a good spot to watch them from outside of the parks, check out this post HERE. This is always a fun option if you want to stay away from the crowds in the parks.

Will you be at Walt Disney World this weekend? Is watching fireworks one of your favorite things to do? Tell us about it in the comments below or on our Facebook page.

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