My 13-year-old son is on the "Friends & Family" list of my MDE account, and I manage his "account." He wants to have control of his own account so he can make his own FP+ reservations/changes. Is this possible?
- Asked by Heather from NY on 11/5/2013
Hello, Heather! Welcome to the Moms Panel!
You will want to speak directly with the experts who are better prepared to answer any questions concerning the new FASTPASS+ feature. If allowing your son to have control of his own account... read more
I have been reading about the Keys to the Kingdom Tour. My 14 year old triplets would LOVE that, the only problem you must be 16. Is there anything similar that addresses the behind the scenes magic etc that is suitable for 14 year olds?
- Asked by holly from NH on 10/1/2013
The Keys to the Kingdom tour is pretty spectacular, as is the slightly longer Backstage Magic tour. However, both have a minimum age of 16. An alternative I would suggest is Walt Disney: Marceline to Magic Kingdom. This 2 1/2 to 3... read more
My daughter and her friends would like to go to Disney World. What age do they have o be to travel by themselves? ie - book vacation
- Asked by Barbara from PA on 9/17/2013
You must be 18 to make the reservation and check-in at Walt Disney World Resort Hotels. That means at least one person in the party must be 18, the other ages in the party can vary.
I think it's a wonderful time for... read more
We are planning another visit to Disney, this will be our third. My kids are older now and will be bringing friends, so there will be six of us. The kids will range from age 16 to 18. Should we stay inside or outside the resort?
- Asked by Shelley on 7/29/2013
Hi there Shelley!
I'm a firm believer that no matter what the age or party size, the advantages of staying on site at Walt Disney World far outweigh any other outside accommodation options.
Having complimentary transportation at your... read more
Hi me and my family plan on visiting WDW in the near future its 2 adults and a 14 yr old girl we are sadly only staying for 3 days this time what parts of the park do you recommend us seeing. It is are first time to WDW tips would be helpful thanks
- Asked by anrae on 7/16/2013
No worries! 3 days at Walt Disney World is WAY better than no days at all!
The very first thing to do is to take a look at some WDW maps. The area covered is huge, so you'll want to make sure you have a game plan. If you love the... read more