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Amazing New Dessert Party Hits the Magic Kingdom!

The Disney Parks Blog has announced a new/transformed fireworks dessert party for the Magic Kingdom Theme Park In Florida.

 

Beginning July 5, 2015, Tomorrowland Terrace Dessert Party at Magic Kingdom Park will be enhanced and transformed into the “Wishes Fireworks Dessert Party.”

Instead of camping out for a prime fireworks area for hours, guests will be able to relax in a reserved seating area with family and friends over delicious desserts and beverages.

Imagine enjoying an exclusive, unforgettable view of the fireworks over Cinderella Castle while you indulge in a decadent dessert experience. The newly enhanced Wishes Fireworks Dessert Party at Magic Kingdom Park allows you to do just that.

A selection of themed desserts will be prepared including chocolate-dipped strawberries, chocolate mousse, and ice cream. Delectable new additions to the menu include a variety of seasonal fruit and cheese, Disney character-themed cupcakes, and more!

As the fireworks begin, you can celebrate with a sparkling cider toast and create a special memory with family and friends. Throughout the evening, you can now enjoy hot drinking chocolate and signature lemonades as well as coffee and tea.

Wishes Fireworks Dessert Party is $49 for adults, $29 for children, tax included.  (I have to be honest, I loved hearing this price!)

Reservations can be made beginning on March 20.

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About Rick Killingsworth

Rick visited the Magic Kingdom in 1971 for the first Christmas parade in their history. At nine years old, he was bitten by the Disney Bug. He can still remember the sights, the smells, and the sounds. It truly was magical. It would be twenty years before he could afford to take his young family back to “The World.” It was the vacation of a lifetime, and they have been fortunate to go hundreds of times since. His daughters, now grown, still tear up when they see the castle (as does he).