I am going to be traveling to WDW in August with my DH and 3 DS ages 8, 4 and 2 at time of travel. Can you telll me about what Disney means by "young children"? Does this mean my 2 year old can't ride the rides? He loves rides and anything hi
- Asked by Jennifer from MO on 1/3/2009
I know it can be difficult to find rides and attractions that all can enjoy together when you have three children. My own two children were very different in what they liked and the younger one was the dare devil and wanted to do it all. Disney... read more
Can you do the Baby Swap on Soarin?
- Asked by Krista from ME on 11/5/2008
Soarin' is a wonderful attraction; it's my husband's favorite thing to do in all of WDW.
The baby swap option is available for this ride. Simply tell the cast member at the ride entrance that you would like to take advantage of the baby swap... read more
? about FP & KTTW...I am travelling with my 2yr old twins who will not get a KTTW but we may want to get FP for say Jungle Cruise how will we get passes for them if they do not have a KTTW? Do they need a FP to ride?? Thanks for all your help :)
- Asked by Melanie on 8/28/2008
Great planning on your part! No need to worry, though. Only ticket-holding guests need a fastpass to enter the line. Any visitors under 3 are not required to have a ticket for theme park admission, so likewise they will not need to... read more
Hi! My daughter will be 2 when we book the tickets, so we don't have to pay for her to enter the park. However, once we actually get to the park she will be 3. Are there going to be any issues with Fastpasses, etc as she won't have a ticket? Thanks!
- Asked by January from ON on 8/7/2008
You should purchase a package based on the age of your children at the time of travel. If your daughter is three when you are visiting the park, then you should buy her a ticket and pay for her meals. I understand that it is a big shock (emotionally... read more
Traveling in April '09 with infant... is baby food available to purchase there?
Also.. understand that the All Star Music Value resort has suites now... would you recommend?
- Asked by Jeannie from PA on 7/20/2008
A very limited selection of baby food is sold in the WDW resorts and theme parks. There will be some baby food in your resort gift shop and at the baby care centers at each park, but only one brand (Gerber) and often only 3 or 4 choices of flavor.... read more