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Disney releases virtual viewing of Walt Disney World fireworks

A new virtual viewing of ‘Happily Ever After’ at Walt Disney World Resort is now free

No matter what time of year, no visit to the Disneyland Resort is complete without seeing fireworks bursting high above Sleeping Beauty Castle. Disneyland could allow more people if it changes risk status in the next few weeks
SPECTACULAR FIREWORKS — No matter what time of year, no visit to the Disneyland Resort is complete without seeing fireworks bursting high above Sleeping Beauty Castle. (Scott Brinegar/Disneyland)
Scott Brinegar

Disney Parks released an official video for its massive fireworks display at Walt Disney World.

  • The video shows the “Happily Ever After” fireworks display at Walt Disney World Resort.
  • According to Disney Parks, the video shows fireworks exploding behind the Magic Kingdom castle.
  • The Magic Kingdom “becomes a canvas for the heart-tugging story of the importance of chasing your dreams, no matter what, and finding your happily ever after,” according to Disney Parks blog’s post.
  • Watch the video below.

Disney Parks also released a slew of images that can serve as digital wallpapers. The wallpapers can be used on Zoom, Google Meets or even as the background wallpaper on your desktop or laptop computers.

The release of the video comes amid the #DisneyMagicMoments campaign, which has included other videos from Disney, like one of the Big Thunder Mountain Railroad ride and the Incredicoaster.

The campaign has also included a number recipes, like Churro Bites, the “frozen pineapple treat” (which is basically the Dole Whip) and the Toy Story Land grilled cheese sandwich.