I'll be at WDW in Sept & want to take plenty of pictures to gloat to everyone back home. Are there any rides that I cannot bring my camera on to take pictures? I know some rides have no-flash photos, but can I use the camera w/out a flash? Thanks!
- Asked by Lisa from MI on 4/22/2008
You can bring your camera on all of the rides at WDW. Many indoor attractions and shows do not permit flash photography. For instance, the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction does not allow flash photos. Turning off your flash, allows other... read more
How do you get to ride the horse and trolly car down main street in the MK and where does it go? Do you need to pay extra for it? I love this panel! I has been very helpful.
- Asked by Joan from NY on 4/30/2008
Hi there Joan! The horse drawn trolley has a special place in the hearts of all the Disney Moms. One of our "official" photographs was taken on a trolley in front of Cinderella's Castle! The horse drawn trolleys are part of the Main Street Vehicles.... read more
I am a single father traveling with my 6 years old son to WDW this summer. If I wanted to go for a ride that my son doesn't qualify for (because of height or age) is there a supervised waiting area for him to wait for me or not?
- Asked by Hassaan from Eastern Province on 4/28/2008
I'm sorry to tell you that there is no such waiting area. Cast members are not allowed to watch children in the parks. There is no in-park supervised or babysitting area.I do, however, have an alternative for you. Several of the WDW resort hotels... read more
My 8 yr old who is about the size of a 6 yr old (55 lbs) wants to ride Big Thunder Mountain RR with me(5'3", 130 lbs) and my mother(5'4" 135 lbs). Do you think we can all ride in the same seat ?
- Asked by danielle from SC on 4/28/2008
Hi Danielle! Big Thunder Mountain is one of my Princess' favorite rides. The seats are only large enough for two. Here is a great height requirement chart for some of the rides of Walt Disney World. We have the same issue of a 3rd person, so either... read more
Can adults swap off with a child that is under the height requirements or one who may be too scared to ride certain rides?
- Asked by Jessica from KY on 4/27/2008
Yes. Just explain your situation to the cast member at the front of the queue for the ride of concern and ask for a "rider switch" or "rider swap" pass. (This is also known in some circles as a child switch/swap pass or baby switch/swap pass.) You... read more