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Looking for tips for watching the fireworks in front of small world

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  • Looking for tips for watching the fireworks in front of small world

    I think for our second time watching the fireworks, we are going to watch it over at small world, and so I was wondering if anyone could share some advice, tips, etc. in terms of for example, how long before the fireworks start to be over there, where arre some good places to park it for the fireworks and any other tips or adivce anyone has.

    thanks for the help!

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    Re: Looking for tips for watching the fireworks in front of small world

    If you watch from over there you wont see tinkerbelle flying (except for a brief second or so) and the fireworks in the hub are hard to see. I have young kids, so its easier to miss the effects and sit by its a small world. You can get there around 20 min before the fireworks. The best spot to sit is right by the entrance to the line for Small World. Then you can see the projections and the fireworks without anyone's head in the way. I have also had really good luck just asking the cast member there where the best place is to sit, and they have always shown me great spots.
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      Re: Looking for tips for watching the fireworks in front of small world

      the small world view is anti-climatic. plan the extra 45 minutes and you can get good spots in front of the castle. at iasw you cannot see the torches, tinkerbell, and the blasts off the matterhorn are practically impossible to see.

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