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Take 5: Fireworks Throughout 2011 at Disney Parks and Resorts

posted on December 31st, 2011 by Thomas Smith, Social Media Director, Disney Parks


We always find a reason to include a fireworks show at Disney Parks and Resorts. It’s doesn’t matter if it’s during Halloween time, the Fourth of July or celebrating the maiden voyage of a new cruise ship, fireworks always make an event more magical! This week’s Take 5 falls on New Year’s Eve, so we wanted to take a look back at some spectacular fireworks shots from around Disney Parks throughout the past year. Here’s to a sparkling start to the new year!

Take 5: Fireworks Throughout 2011 at Disney Parks and Resorts

  1. Forty Years of Fireworks at Walt Disney World Resort – Check out this awesome clip, in which Principal Fireworks & Special Effects Designer Brad Cicotti shares the history of Disney fireworks and offers a backstage look at how these shows are launched each night.

  2. A Spooktacular in the Sky at Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resorts – Here are some images from Happy HalloWishes, a unique experience with lots of fireworks for Halloween guests.

  3. Fireworks Old and New at Disneyland Park – Disneyland Resort Photographer Paul Hiffmeyer shared some tips for getting that perfect shot during a fireworks show.

  4. Celebrating Fourth of July at Walt Disney World Resort – A spectacular fireworks show was just one way we celebrated the Fourth of July at Walt Disney World Resort this year. Here’s a list of all the festivities!

  5. Maiden Voyage Guests Enjoy Innovation and Pixie Dust Aboard the Disney Dream – During the maiden voyage of the Disney Dream, guests enjoyed a brand-new fireworks spectacular called Buccaneer Blast!
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Paul from ON on January 1st, 2012 at 7:48 am

How about New Year’s Eve fireworks shot from the Top of the World lounge?

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Kelly on January 1st, 2012 at 1:11 pm

I must say, the Disney Imagineers are doing a great job at continuing Walt’s vision using the technologies available today. I was 40 for my first trip to Disney, took my Mom for her first time at 64, my 7 year old has been 3 times and can not wait to see what new magic awaits us our next trip. Thank youºoº

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