Hi. What exactly is the electric water pagent , what are the times, and where can we view it from MK? We are not staying at a MK resort, are we still entitled to view it or is it strictly a perk for the MK resort guests? Thanks Heather
- Asked by Heather from PA on 2/17/2008
Hi, Heather! Rest assured, the Electric Water Pageant is for all WDW guests to enjoy. It is a cute parade made up of 14 lighted floats that move to music and make their way through the Seven Seas Lagoon and Bay Lake. It has a simple charm about... read more
My 6 year old daughter wants to see and visit with Tinker Belle. She was disappointed last year to not see her, get her autograph, or a picture with her. When and where can I make this happen for her. Please help me make her dreams come true.
- Asked by Lynda from MO on 2/16/2008
Hi Lynda. Tinker Bell is as you know a fairy and very elusive. She doesn't walk around the parks like the other characters as she is too busy making Walt Disney World magical for all of us. She does make her flight during the "Wishes" fireworks. A... read more
One of my children has a difficult time w/ fireworks. I have noticed that when we are going in April (18,19) the MK closes at 7 pm. When I checked the calendar it said parade and fireworks at 3pm. Are these the same as WIshes or no fireworks?
- Asked by Theresa from NY on 2/17/2008
Theresa,On the Disney calendar, there is a section where they list any "Parades and Fireworks", and in the case of April 18 and 19, they only list the Disney Dreams Come True Parade. There are no fireworks for regular day guests on the two... read more
We will be at DW in June with my 4 and 8 year old boys. Is it correct that MK opens Fantasy Land early for preschoolers? What days does this happen and at what time? Thanks!
- Asked by Christine from TX on 2/17/2008
Hi Christine! I think you are talking about the "Extra Magic Hours." Extra Magic Hours is a perk for all guests staying at Walt Disney World owned resorts. This perk means that at least ONE Walt Disney World park is open early OR closes... read more
We are traveling with a 2 and 3 year old in the first week of March. Can you give some advice as to what area of the park to start with or is it easier just to go in order? P.S. Is it true that characters are not allowed to talk?
- Asked by Christine from NJ on 2/15/2008
You will want to enter the Magic Kingdom and head directly to Fantasyland. Make sure you arrive early (prior to park opening) in order to enjoy the low crowds in the morning. Walk directly toward and through the Castle to enter Fantasyland. The is a... read more