Do you see the seats set up in front of the Disneyland Castle in preparation for the fireworks show?  Have you been sitting on the benches as they move them, and been asked to move?  Have you wondered how to get a ticket for those seats?

Those seats for the fireworks are reserved for special guests of the Disney Company.  You and I will probably never get one of those seats.  Sorry.

But there is another place to get reserved seats for the fireworks.

The Tomorrowland Starlight Lounge. This is a lounge on the balcony of the Tomorrowland Expo Center.

You must make early reservations for this at https://disneyland.disney.go.com/dining/disneyland/tomorrowland-skyline-lounge/

You have access to the lounge from 8 pm to 10 pm on the day of your experience.  You can check in at 7 pm.  The price is about $50 per person (including tax) and this includes some food and drinks.  Advanced reservations are strongly encouraged.

You not only have a comfortable seat, but Disney feeds you.  The food includes:

  • Mickey Cloud Cake: Cream-filled sponge cake
  • Chocolate Eclipse: Cream-filled chocolate cake drenched in chocolate
  • Coconut Comet: Coconut-strawberry iced sponge cake filled with cream
  • Planetary Pie: Mini cherry-filled pie
  • Moon Rocks: Boursin herbed cheese, cream cheese, shredded cheddar, and jack cheese, chives, pimentos, bacon
  • Hot and cold drinks

Menu Courtesy of Disney.com

As with everything Disney, there are friendly cast members to serve you and take care of your every need.

This might seem to be a big splurge for frugal Traveling Wease, but it was so worth the view of the fireworks, the rest for my weary feet, and the time alone with my sidekick (the kids did not get invited).

TRY IT!!

See Ya Makin Memories!

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I am Wease, and my traveling days started early with a father that loved to travel. As a family, a large one, we always traveled and always by car. No matter how far we went, we made the famous road trip. My father’s mantra on these trips was “we are making memories”. No matter what happened on those trips, whether good or bad, we always made memories. These memories are very precious to me. My husband and I have continued this tradition in our family, with our children, of traveling and making memories. I have learned some valuable lessons and tricks and I plan to share these with you here. Here is what I live by: “The best things in life are the people we love, the places we have been, and the memories we have made along the way”. Anonymous

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