My child will be two at the time we purchase our admission tickets and confirm reservations at a disney resort; however he will be three before we arrive at Disney. Does he qualify for free admission or should I plan to purchase park tickets for him also
- Asked by Jesse from LA on 5/28/2009
Admission is free to the Disney parks for children under age three at the time of their visit. (Meaning, infants, one and two year olds are free.) For kids between three and nine years age (at the time of visit), a child's ticket is... read more
i have a 1 year old whats the best park for us to go?
- Asked by Cindy from GA on 4/11/2009
Hi Cindy! Nice to hear from another GA mom. Without a doubt in my mind I think your one year old will love MK. This is the park that offers a great deal for little ones. He or she can take part in such attractions as It's A Small World, Dumbo,... read more
We are leaving for WDW in 3 days!!!! I have a almost 3 year old... hooray for the free admission! However he is extremely tall and meets most ride height requirements. If he does not have a KTTW card how will he use the fastpass system?
- Asked by Cindi from OK on 4/18/2009
Hi, Cindi! If your child is under three and doesn't need a ticket (YAY!!), he also does not need a Fastpass. He can still go through the Fastpass line with you, but he won't need a pass to ride.
Have a great trip! We just got back this... read more
with the ride swap can my oldest son ride again with his dad or myself while we swap the baby?? neither of us wish to ride alone.
- Asked by Ashley from LA on 4/10/2009
The pass that is issued for the rider swap indicates that it is good for up to three people to return to the ride. That means that Mom and Big Brother can ride while Dad watches the baby. And then Dad and Big Brother can ride while Mom watches the... read more
In 2 weeks I will be visiting Disney World w/ my daughter. She is 2 years old and she is a tall 2 year old. She can pass for a 3 or 4 year old. I noticed that children under 3 are free at parks. Will I have to prove that she is 2 and how so?
- Asked by Grisel from IL on 3/30/2009
Hi Grisel and thanks for the great question. My third daughter is also tall for her age, and in all my years of going, with all three of my girls, no one has ever questioned their ages. If you are staying at a Disney property, you registered your... read more