A day at Walt Disney World isn’t complete without enjoying one of the incredible nighttime fireworks shows, and Magic Kingdom Park’s Happily Ever After is no exception. With the backdrop of Cinderella’s Castle, Happily Ever After combines spectacular firework displays, dazzling lasers and incredible projections, all set to a magical musical score. If you want to make your Happily Ever After viewing even more memorable, try the Happily Ever After dessert party. But is the dessert party really worth the cost? Time to indulge that sweet tooth as we take a look at the delectable desserts and the various party options that are offered to see if the price is worth the party.
The Sweet Selections:
Let’s take a look at the different sweets that are available during the party. This party is a dessert lover’s dream with favorites such as chocolate-dipped strawberries, an ice cream station, various cookies, cupcakes, Disney character-themed desserts and so much more. If you need to take a little break from the desserts, there is fresh fruit and some savory options such as cheese and crackers, house-made eggrolls and spinach dip. To wash down those treats, you have beverages such as sparkling cider, hot chocolate, coffee, tea, and signature lemonades. Sounds delicious, right?
Dessert Party Options:
First up is the Fireworks Dessert Party with seated viewing at Tomorrowland Terrace Restaurant. If you choose this option, you will arrive at Tomorrowland Terrace prior to the fireworks to enjoy the delectable desserts and remain seated at the terrace to enjoy Happily Ever After. This is a great option for those who want to sit back and relax as you enjoy the fireworks while taking a load off those park-tired feet. The price for this party is $84 per adult and $50 per child (ages 3 to 9).
The second option is the Fireworks Dessert Party with Plaza Garden Viewing. If you choose this party you will still start at the Tomorrowland Terrace Restaurant to enjoy all the amazing desserts before the fireworks, however as showtime nears, a Cast Member will escort you to a reserved viewing area in the Plaza Garden to view the fireworks. The price for this party is $69 per adult and $41 per child (ages 3 to 9)
The last option is the After-Fireworks Dessert Party. This party is a little different from the others. You will meet a Cast Member at Tomorrowland Terrace who will escort you to your reserved location in the Plaza Garden area to watch Happily Ever After. After the extraordinary nighttime display, a Cast Member will then take you back to Tomorrowland Terrace to enjoy the desserts. After showtime, there tends to be a mass exodus out of the park, so instead, why not enjoy some desserts and relax after the fireworks. The price for this party is $69 per adult and $41 per child (ages 3 to 9).
So, is the price worth the party? If you love Happily Ever After and are a fan of mouth-watering desserts, then this party is definitely worth the price. You get a spectacular view of the nighttime show, a reserved area so you are not fighting the crowds and can enjoy some of the most amazing desserts. With so many different party options, you can find the party and price point that is perfect for you. If you want to book a dessert party for your next vacation, you can call (407) WDW-Dine to reserve or online by visiting https://disneyworld.disney.go.com. This is a popular event and advance dining reservations at 180 days are suggested.
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