We are taking our first trip to Disney with our 2 year old. This is her birthday present and she will turn 3 on the 3rd day of our 8 day trip. My understanding is that she will not require a ticket or dining plan for our entire trip. Is that right?
- Asked by Jessica from SC on 1/20/2014
Hi Jessica! What a special birthday for your little girl. You are absolutely correct. Since she turns three after your vacation has started, she does not require a ticket for any theme or water parks. Regarding the dining, she is able to eat off... read more
If your child turn 3 during your vacation are they still free? I want to take my grandchildren and would like to be there when one of them has her birthday - she will be turning 3 though in the middle of the week. What happens in that case? Thanks
- Asked by Barbara from ON on 1/15/2014
Your grandchildren are so lucky to have a grandmother like you who want take them to Walt Disney World Resort on vacation!
The cost associated with your granddaughter is determined by the age she will be when you check-in.... read more
Hi I was wondering me and my hubby are going to disney in april with our 2 year old twin and a sixth month old. With fast pass is it going to effect us getting on a ride without them having a ticket too? Should we purchase them a ticket for this reason?
- Asked by Stephanie from TX on 1/8/2014
Hi Stephanie! April is one of my favorite times to visit Walt Disney World! You will love the beautiful weather. Be sure to check out the Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival Presented by HGTV. Not only can you see beautiful... read more
Can you help shed some light on the Rider Swap program. We'll be there in April with an 8, 6, and 1 year old. Can we do this on any ride the 1yo can't ride? Do we use the FastPass+ line? Can the older kids go on the ride again with the second parent?
- Asked by Alyssa from IN on 1/9/2014
Yes, any ride that your little one isn't able to ride will have the Rider Switch (or Baby Swap) option. You'll approach the Cast Member at the ride entrance, and they'll hand you the Rider Switch Pass. One adult will ride... read more
Hello! We are making FastPass selections, but not sure how to approach the process as we will be traveling with an infant. If we use the Rider Switch, can the waiting adult ride with an adult/child who already rode the ride? Thanks!
- Asked by Natalie from NJ on 1/6/2014
Two shouts for Rider Switch!
The beauty of Disney's "Rider Switch" policy is that, if you're traveling with an infant, you do not have to miss out on any of the fun! You can click here for all of the details, but rest assured that... read more