Celebrate a Dream Come True Parade

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Celebrate a Dream Come True Parade takes place at Magic Kingdom Park. It is a fun way to see your favorite characters on their beautiful floats!  The music is upbeat and magical, and it’s a “must see” on every Disney trip!  The parade route runs through Frontierland and up Main Street USA.  There are many prime viewing spots for this parade, including the curb along Main Street USA and Liberty Square in Frontierland.  Celebrate a Dream Come True Parade lasts for about 15 minutes, but you’ll want to stake out a spot and grab a snack about 45 minutes to an hour beforehand.

  • In front of the Main Street Train Station and Cinderella’s Castle are very crowded viewing spots.  Consider getting a seat outside the Emporium or near the Liberty Belle in Frontierland.
  • Some sections of Fantasyland are roped off during the parade, giving limited access to Main Street USA.
  • You’ll likely see your favorite classic characters and princesses.  The parade also features Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy as the “Grand Marshals”.
  • The parade lasts around 15 minutes.  So choose a viewing spot close to an attraction you want to visit and head there right after the parade passes you.  Chances are you’ll have little to no wait.

The parade will be scheduled for several days during the week.  Be sure to check your times guide when you enter Magic Kingdom park for the most up to date times so you can plan your day accordingly.

Overall, we give this parade an “A”.

 

 


2 thoughts on “Celebrate a Dream Come True Parade

  1. Amazing parade…all of them…should never miss any parade or fireworks..cannot wait for November to see all of them again.

  2. This is a great parade, but i wish for summer months they would pick a different time than 3pm. Usually we are back at the resort swimming at that time. Last trip we missed this parade every day. I would love to see it at 11am or perhaps 5pm

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