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We are heading to the Magic Kingdom this weekend. We have a daughter with Down syndrom and were told that we can get a special pass for the lines, etc. Where do we get that pass? Do we need to get it every day of the stay? Thanks for the help.
- Asked by Sarah from IL on 11/12/2012
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The Walt Disney World Resort is a magical place for many people, including children with Down Syndrome and their families.
Guest Assistance Cards (GAC) are available from Guest Relations at any Disney theme park. Once you obtain the card, it will be valid at all four theme parks for the entire length of your stay. A GAC will not necessarily give your family front of the line privileges, but typically you'll be accessing attractions through more secluded areas. Please be advised that in order to use the GAC, your daughter must be present when entering attractions. Read more about the GAC HERE
Wishing your family a most magical visit to the Walt Disney World Resort!