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Whats the best place to watch the epcot fireworks?

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    mkjon Earning my ears

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    I bet you get asked this all the time :point: but wheres the best place to go in EPCOT to see the fireworks?

    I ask because Ive been told that it can be ruined if you stand downwind of the smoke?
     
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    Yes it can indeed. Determine in which direction the wind is blowing then find the best unobstructed view, downwind. :yes:
     
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    Yep, just avoid where the wind is going. :yes:
     
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    ive always got the same spot right opposite them by the fence of the lagoon :D
     
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    Yep, definately downwind. :thumbsup:
    If the wind direction is favourable though we always pick a spot near [or on] the bridge in-between the UK and France pavillions as it seems less crowded than nearer to the main entrance to WS.
     

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