Magic Kingdom Dessert Party
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We did it on a Saturday night over Thanksgiving weekend - I thought the price was a bit high but for us, it was more about having a spot to relax and enjoy the fireworks without having to fight the crowds. We could see a bit of the parade but, only over people's heads as it passed by so if that's important to you, the dessert party is not the best option for parade viewing. I would do it again in a similar situation - but I would make sure dinner was scheduled early enough that we'd be hungry for all the desserts!
My DD and I attended when it first started. We just had dinner at Kona Cafe, so we were too full to really enjoy the desserts With that said, it was a wonderful experience for us! Our table was right up front and Tinkerbell flew right over our heads! I would certainly do it again!
We've attended the dessert party twice, and would definitely be willing to do it again. One thing we do though is skip dinner. We eat a later lunch and then have a snack (maybe a pretzel or some popcorn) at dinner time. That way we can get our money's worth out of all the delicious desserts. Actually, it's not even so much about the money as it is that there are SO many different desserts and I just would have been sad if I wasn't hungry enough to try most of them. Enjoy!
We have attended the dessert party twice and just booked it again for our trip to WDW in Sept. We like to do the party once each trip, the desserts are great and being able to watch the fireworks in a relaxed setting makes it worth the price
We have done it 3 times and hope to do it in Oct. The view of the fireworks is awesome. Tinkerbell flies right over your head. The desserts are all wonderful. Have a late lunch and enjoy all of them. I know it's a little pricey but so worth it.
You need to try it at least once.
We are hoping to do it in October. Or at least I'm hoping to do it in October. LOL! I still have to convince my DS & DH that it's worth the extra $$ for two non-sweet eaters. LOL!!
Me- Self proclaimed Disney nut. Love everything and anything to do with Disney.
DH- Not as obsessed as me, but still rather obsessed. Can talk like Goofy, but only does it to annoy his son
Chris 5 years old MNSSHP...2002