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Walt Disney World puts a lot of time and effort into their spectacular fireworks displays at the close of each day. With the exception of the Animal Kingdom, each park offers their own unique fireworks display for you to watch. There are no fireworks at the Animal Kingdom due to the effect they would have on the animals. Usually Walt Disney World starts their fireworks display at the various closing times of the parks. This allows you to get the full use out of your time in the parks and then close the day with a bang. MGM theme park, however, often does two showings of their popular fireworks show.
For the Magic Kingdom as long as you are near the Castle and at Epcot as long as you are in the World Showcase you will have a decent view of the show. If you are unsure of the best place to watch the fireworks display, ask the nearest Cast Member who should be able to offer you advice on where to watch the show. The Magic Kingdom is a traditional fireworks display with a few surprises thrown in. Epcot incorporates all the countries on the World Showcase, lasers and water effects to add a little bit more to their fireworks show. At these two Walt Disney World theme parks you don't have to stake out a spot to watch it until around an hour before the display.
MGM, however, is another story. The fireworks display is extremely popular. Unlike the other Walt Disney World theme parks, the MGM display actually has seats. Because it has a limited amount of seats you must get there in time to snag one of the coveted spots. Usually you wait around two hours to get a seat for the MGM fireworks show. The wait time may fluctuate due to crowd numbers. If you take Disney transportation, the bus drivers are usually good at telling you what time you need to be in line to get a seat. If they don't make mention of this during your bus ride, ask any Cast Member and they'll be able to tell you the approximate wait time you'll experience.
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