On our trip a few weeks ago, we were able to experience the Happily Ever After Dessert Party. It was a great experience and one that we will treasure.
Like the Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party and Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party, the dessert party is something you have to experience at least once if you are an avid Disney fan.
There are two price levels for the Happily Ever After Dessert Party. The first level is for entrance into the dessert area and reserved viewing in the garden area around the hub at the end of Main Street. The price for this experience is $59 for an adult and $35 for children 3-9.
The next level, the one we experienced, is entry into the dessert party and reserve seating at the Tomorrowland Terrace which had tables set up over looking the hub area and Cinderella’s Castle. The price for this level is $79 for an adult and $47 for children 3-9.
When we checked into the dessert party at the Tomorrowland Terrace we were escorted to our reserved table.
Once we put our backpack and water bottles down, we went to the desserts. There was a good variety. They offered many cupcakes, tarts, macaroons, cheesecake, brownies with raspberries on it, pineapple custard and station for kids desserts including ice cream and Mickey straws just to name a few. Which even though my kids each had one Mickey straws, they were given many more before we left.
They also offered a variety of drinks as well, Sparkling cider, coffee, hot chocolate. Jungle Juice/POG (the name depends on weather you are partial to Animal Kingdom Lodge or the Polynesian respectively) there was also apple juice and lemonade.
Watching the fireworks from this vantage point was excellent. We had a full view of the Castle projection show and the fireworks. Being away from the crowds and sitting for the show was by far the best way to see it.
This was an experience we will never forget and would love to do it again if the opportunity arises.
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