Tomorrowland Terrace Fireworks Dessert Party is Delicious Fun For Everyone!

Are you a dessert lover? What about fireworks? If you are like me, and you love BOTH of these things, then you should check out the Tomorrowland Terrace Fireworks Dessert Party which is held on most nights at the Tomorrowland Terrace Restaurant in the Magic Kingdom’s Tomorrowland

How it works is, you arrive at the Tomorrowland Terrace Restaurant an hour before the fireworks begin, where you get to enjoy a buffet of yummy desserts and relax while waiting for the fireworks spectacular to begin. Once it starts, you have an amazing spot to view the Wishes fireworks show

Tickets should be purchased in advance for this event (as it is very popular and the space can only accommodate 50 people at a time!), and can be purchased via phone, check out the WDW website for more information. Please note – you will need Magic Kingdom admission tickets in addition to the Dessert Party tickets!



 

Typical desserts you might find here would be fresh fruit, brownies, cookies, mini tarts/mousses/cheesecakes, rice krispie treats, cakes, etc. In addition, there are assorted beverages, including coffee, teas, water, lemonade and iced tea.

Even if you aren’t a huge dessert fan, you may want to consider this for the view of the fireworks and castle, which is amazing and quite unlike any other view I have ever seen! It’s a great way to get some awesome pictures of Cinderella’s Castle and the fireworks too!

It’s hard to decide what the best part of this Dessert Party is – the decadent desserts, or the great spot for viewing the amazing fireworks show. Either way. I highly recommend you check out this uniquely delicious event on your next WDW trip!

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Catie Hiltz is an avid Walt Disney World lover who has been vacationing there since she was tall enough to ride Space Mountain. She believes there is something for everyone at WDW-and especially writing about the benefits of vacationing there as an adult




  • Christina C

    Ahhh I would love to have known about this sooner! I would have been all over it!!! Now Im going to make sure I to try and land a reservation

  • http://www.facebook.com/richard.whiteoak Richard A Whiteoak

    My wife and I did the dessert party on our trip last October. We absolutely loved it. We read all the reviews before we went and knew what to expect. Great time and great show. We will add this to every future trip.

  • http://www.facebook.com/cecelia1 Cecelia Koman

    I would love to do this, its just a matter of convincing the rest of the family ;-)

  • http://www.facebook.com/deb.curl.18 Deb Curl

    I love this event and am disappointed that so far I haven’t been able to book it for my trip in early Oct. I keep trying, but it looks like I’m out of luck this time. I’ve done it at least four times and have always had a great view (even seated…lucky, I guess?) Also…I’ve never seen them pack up prior to the end of the fireworks, but maybe I was too full by then and just didn’t notice.

  • http://www.facebook.com/airym79 Myria Johnson

    I have had a Disney dessert buffet before and enjoyed it immensely. If you have a problem with crowds but would still like to enjoy the fireworks this is a nice option.

  • http://www.magicandmemoriestravel.com/ Jason Knox

    I would have to disagree with you on this one. We did this on out last trip.

    The desserts were ok. Definitely nothing to write home about. There were some desserts that had very little flavor (I know this is a common issue all over the resort).

    The view is good until you sit down to eat. Then you can forget your view. And if you want to see, you have to fight, push and squeeze your way to the railing because EVERYONE goes to the railing.

    I was really shocked when the Fireworks were not over and they were taking the desserts out already. I mean if you are going to put out desserts and the remove them before the show is over, let us know. Why not leave them out and let people snack on them until they are gone. Let us mingle, take pictures of the castle as people leave. Don’t make us feel as you are closing up so we must leave now.

    We were there as a final hurrah to our trip. We wanted to sit and relax eating treats while waiting for the crowds to die down a little. Not in a hurry to go get in line to squeeze on a bus.

    The fireworks view is not to bad. But there are a lot of places to go that are not that bad. If you don’t mind not having a front on view then there are many other places to go to view them.

    I was quite disappointed in this party. Left me with much to be desired.

  • deb

    This is a must do for us each year. People should be aware that reservations are little tricky…they don’t open 180 days out like other restaurants/events. There is no rhyme or reason to when reservations open but they are usually about 2 months ahead of time and then a whole month opens up at once. It takes a little persistence to get a reservation, but it’s soooo worth it!

  • Corey Applegate

    We did this on our last trip, and it is now a must for every trip. The desserts are awesome, and the view of the fireworks is pretty awesome. Tinkerbelle flies right over your head, there aren’t any Parade Pushers to get in your way to watch the parade or the fireworks, and there is a Photopass photographer there to make sure you can get a picture in front of the castle at night without crowds of people in the background of your photo.