Disney fireworks are world famous. On your next trip to Disney World Orlando, don't miss one of their night time fireworks shows!
Where can you see fireworks at Disney World?
Where is the best spot to watch Disney fireworks?
What are the different fireworks shows to watch at Disney World?
We'll show you which shows not to miss and how to get a great view of the best pyrotechnic shows around the WDW resort.
Every night at Magic Kingdom theme park you can see the spectacular Disney fireworks display called "Wishes".
This 12 minute fireworks show is themed on making wishes come true and is set around the Cinderella's Castle.
The show uses voices and songs from many favorite Disney movies from the past.
Some classic songs and characters featured include Aladdin, the Little Mermaid, Sleeping Beauty, Pinocchio and Fantasia.
The finale to the Wishes fireworks show is "When you wish upon a star - by Jiminy Cricket.
The soundtrack includes these songs:-
When you Wish Upon a Star
Magic Stars with a Wish
Wishes Set Free
Wishes for Love
A Bolt out of the Blue
A Wish Triumphant
It's amazing to watch the fireworks and the way the castle changes colors along with the storyline of the show.
Wishes Fireworks show is on each night at the Magic Kingdom - it usually starts at 9pm or 10pm, in click here to Check current show times.
Make sure to get a good vantage point in front of the Castle on Main Street at least half and hour prior to the show. After the show, don't fight the throngs of people leaving - instead spend some time looking around the shops on Main Street.
Epcot Center Orlando has a nightly spectacular of fireworks, lights, laser, fire and water show called IllumiNations Reflections on Earth.
Best places to watch EPCOT fireworks:-
Fantasmic at Disney Hollywood Studios
Fantasmic at Disney Hollywood Studios is probably the best Disney fireworks show! Held at the massive Hollywood Amphitheater, Fantasmic is a 25 minute long musical with all kinds of amazing lights, fireworks, songs and features a parade of Disney characters. The show is free to enter, be sure to arrive at least 30 mins prior to the show time as seats get taken quickly and some seats don't have as good a view as others.
Fantasmic is themed on the film Fantasia, but there are whole sections which are completely different to that; including a giant mechanical dragon, huge neon snakes and a boat filled with all kinds of Disney characters