Fourth of July celebration event at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort

May 08, 2017 in "Disney's Grand Floridian Resort and Spa"

Posted: Monday May 8, 2017 9:16am EDT by WDWMAGIC Staff

Disney's Grand Floridian Resort will be celebrating the Fourth of July with a special ticketed event.

Tickets for this new event cost $120 plus tax for adults, and $59 plus tax for ages 3 - 9. Along with specialty alcoholic drinks, the menu will include grilled steak and shrimp, with desserts served on the Marina.

The finale of the evening is a viewing of the Magic Kingdom's fireworks from the resort.

Reservations can be made now at 407-WDW-DINE.

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phrogMay 10, 2017

Does this event require non park wear? We are doing this instead of fighting the crowd at MK.

ravenMay 09, 2017

There's a secret spot I've found off property to view July 4th and NYE fireworks from Disney, Universal, Sea World, Downtown Orlando and pretty much anywhere else that is in view all from ONE location. Mind it you have to provide your own soundtrack. :)

mousehockey37May 08, 2017

Wow, that's one way to get people to stay away from the GF to watch fireworks. Poly got rid of the beach with the bungalows, now this. Guess the TTC and the Contemporary are the best out of park places now to go.

LAKid53May 08, 2017

No, the marina is not a covered location. 2 years ago, I booked a late ADR at the GF Cafe over the 4th so we could watch the special 4th of July Wishes from the marina - we were over at Uni at the time. Late afternoon through evening thunderstorms delayed Wishes by nearly an hour. We finally gave up and headed back to Universal. Frankly, I wouldn't pay for this. A reservation at the GF Cafe will give you the same thing - a great viewing spot - for much less. All they do is rope off the front area of the marina - they've had dessert parties in the same spot to watch the fireworks.

ravenMay 08, 2017

Sooo...10 years and up is considered an "adult." Does that mean they get the specialty drink as well? Because they certainly are being charged for it.

BandiniMay 08, 2017

Is the Marina a covered location? Isn't this the prime time for thunderstorms? It sounds like fun, but I just can't imagine having dinner outside at this time of year I think the heat would be oppressive.

Tony the TiggerMay 08, 2017

That could be fun, especially if your annual pass blocks you out for the summer.