Cindy’s During Fireworks

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  1. McKenna

    McKenna RoseKenobi

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    How do you score a window seat at Cinderella’s Royal table during the fireworks? My family is going to eat here for dinner this summer, and somehow it’ll be our first time dining here! Thanks!
     
  2. Pumbaa_

    Pumbaa_ >Hakuna Matata!< Moderator

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    Luck of the draw. There is very limited viewing
     
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  4. Nancyg56

    Nancyg56 DIS Veteran

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    I think that CRT is going to be a tough one for fireworks viewing. You are really rolling the dice.

    Personally, if you have never seen the new show (I have not yet) I would not plan dinner in order to see it while dining. Even if you do get to see it from a window, which is going to be iffy at best, you will miss the castle show.
     
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  5. Meriweather

    Meriweather Being a Nana is my superpower

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    You really can't see the fireworks very well.
     
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  6. Deb & Bill

    Deb & Bill DVC-Trivia Contest, Apr-2006: Honorable Mention

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    Agree. You can hear them and see a bit through the windows, but not really watch the show. I'd finish dinner before the show or book a seating after the show.
     
  7. Macprincess

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    I agree Happily Ever After is more than just fireworks. Most of it is projected on the Castle. To get the best viewing experience of this particular show I would suggest viewing it from the hub in front of the castle. Either get there early to stake out a spot or spend the money on the dessert party. There are two options with the dessert party both offer the eating portion before the show at Tomorrowland Terrace. The more expensive of the two options has you staying at Tommorrowland Terrace to remain seated to watch the show. The other has a cast member escort you to a gated off viewing area just slightly to the right (if your facing the castle) to view the show. You will not have seats here as everyone stands up to watch the show here and just about everywhere else. Both areas offer decent views although the gated off area is closer and in my opinion has a bit nicer view.

    I have to confess I was one of the die-hard Wishes fans who was really up in arms about Disney replacing Wishes. I honestly didn't think it would be possible to evoke the same emotions Wishes had for me since I have so many strong memories associated with this show. I was pleasantly surprised with Happily Ever After. In my opinion it is one of the best show Disney has ever produced. Yet, I do think it needs to be witnessed from the hub area or it looses its effect.
     
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