Tomorrowland Terrace Dessert Party
"Hello, I just booked tickets to the Dessert Party at Tomorrowland Terrance. Do you think this attraction is worth it?"
The fireworks show at the Magic Kingdom is pretty cool - Photo by Laurie Sapp
Well, Loreb, this is another one I haven't experienced, so I asked my friends from Destinations to Travel to answer it. And I got this answer from Chris Boyer, one of their agents and Chris said, hi Dad. To ensure a fair and accurate review for this first time guest, I went ahead and asked Paul, who is a client of mine who just attended the Dessert Party with his wife and two young daughters in September.
Paul opted for the Grand Plaza View, which is one of the two options. The Terrace View is the other. The dessert portion of the party takes place at Tomorrowland Terrace restaurant and the selections of desserts were plentiful, including a large selection of various pastries, cupcakes, brownies, ice cream as well as some fruit and cheese options and a variety of beverages.
Folks that opt for the Terrace View stay at Tomorrowland Terrace and sit in the chairs, while the Grand Plaza View, you're taken to a grassy area, which is fenced off near the hub in front of the ice cream parlor. The party area is roped off and there's plenty of room for the kids to run around and relax before the show. As an added bonus, Tink flies right over the viewing area.
Paul loved the dessert party and believes this will become an ongoing tradition for his family.
Dad's Bottom Line
So that's what I hear about the party. The party is one of those experiences. It's like the Christmas party, it's like the Halloween party. When you ask, is it worth it? The question is better, is it worth it for you? Is that experience worth it? It's a great time. It's kind of costly. So you've got to kind of balance that. Do you want to pay the money for the experience? Are you just going for the desserts? Are you going for the seat, are you going for the fireworks? Then don't. If you're going for the whole experience, it is worth it.
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