This is quite different to Magic Kingdom but beautiful in its own way. The music is lovely and you can see from anywhere around the waters edge so everyone can spread out and enjoy.
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Make sure you stay for the whole the thing. When you "think" it's over, count to 10. If you don't hear fireworks or someone talking, it's over. Many visitors make this mistake and lose they viewing spot. I also recommend getting a fast pass. This...More
We went to Epcot the week of July 4th and they put on quite a show. I was told by friend's no to miss this and they were right. So next time you go check illuminations out I think you will really enjoy it, we...More
I could not imagine a more perfect show to bring the meaning and spirit of Epcot to life. The score is unparalleled and the fireworks are simply beautiful. The video glove could use a technology update and be three times the size, but it's still...More
This show gives you goosebumps, the coordination between the music, fireworks and lights is really impressive. We go as many times as we have the energy for. It's the more adult friendly firework show in Orlando, rather than the extremely Disneyfied Magic Kingdom fireworks.
This show is still my favorite of all the parks even after nearly 2 decades. Nations coming together in peace and harmony. Sappy, but very powerful, and relevant considering the world's current political climate now. The fireworks are dazzling, and the overall message is one...More
I've loved Illuminations for years but I think it's time to mix it up, Epcot. The new night show at animal kingdom shows us what is possible and it also highlights how the floating globe at Illuminations is dull. The fireworks display that align with...More
We watched Illuminations from one of the pontoon boats you can hire (with a captain) at the Yacht Club hotel boat basin. The boats anchored in the lagoon just past the bridge that leads to France. The view is spectacular. The fireworks are beautiful but...More