Me and my Husband will be visiting disney world in about two weeks with our two kids 6yr and bringing along our 3 month old I was wondering if there are rides that we can hold our baby so that we can all enjoy together.
- Asked by matthew from NC on 6/4/2008
Almost everyone on this Panel has been to Disney World with a baby and we've all had a great time. There is plenty to do with your 3 month old where you can all stay together.There are no age restrictions for rides, only height restrictions. You can... read more
In my initial planning, I decided not to take my 3.5 year old daughter to see Fantasmic!. Since then I have read a little more about it and it doesn't seem 'that' scary. She's a tough cookie, however, the reality is, she is only 3 1/2. Thoughts?
- Asked by Merry from TX on 6/3/2008
Hi Merry - I completely understand your concern about Fantasmic and the tough decision about whether to take your 3 year old to see it. Yes, Fantasmic can get loud and is a bit more scarier than other night-time... read more
What park has the best thrill rides?
- Asked by ann from PA on 5/26/2008
The answer to this depend on how you define "thrill rides." For me, it's thrilling to watch my girls singing along on the Small World ride :-) I'm making a joke, of course. WDW does have plenty of thrilling, chilling, motion sickness including,... read more
Michelle-When visiting a park that has two shows in the evening,i.e. Fantasmic, is it better to wait to see the second show and ride more or see the first and ride later? Taking my niece, 10(her 1st visit) in July. Love the panel, read it everyday.
- Asked by Patrina from GA on 5/27/2008
Patrina,I'm so glad you are enjoying the panel. I have always gone to the later show. If you have seen it before you know that Fantasmic is very popular and draws a large crowd. It can take a long time for the theater to clear out... read more
I have seen lots of info on height requirements for certain attractions but my concern is my 4 year old son meets most of these but are some rides ie, tot or space mtn , okay for him to ride physically?
- Asked by Cari from NE on 5/29/2008
The height requirements are there to ensure guest safety. If your son meets the stated height requirement, then he will be physically safe.However, whether some of those more challenging rides are right for your son is really a parental decision.... read more