Hello, we go to WDW in just a few months! My daughter is two but she is very tall (39.5 inches as of today). I am worried that they will think I am fudging her age to get her in free. Should I present a birth certificate? Thanks for your help!
- Asked by Amber from MO on 9/18/2010
I was worried about this exact thing when my kids were that age!
My husband is 6'4" and my kids definitely have his height...the lucky little cuties.
I carried around birth certificates for years before I finally realized that... read more
My DH and I will be taking our DS to WDW in Feb '12 to celebrate his 2nd birthday. I was wondering which fast passes go the quickest in each park so we can be sure to get the ones we want first including thrill rides for DH and rides for our DS. Thanks!
- Asked by Jordan from TX on 7/18/2011
In Epcot, head straight to Soarin' first. After that go to Test Track.
In Hollywood Studios, Toy Story Mania Fastpasses run out VERY quickly. After that, you'll want to head to either Rock 'n' Roller Coaster or... read more
Hi! Thanks for all the great advice! We are staying at a nearby hotel right at Downtown Disney, but it is not a "Disney" hotel. Will we be able to leave for our child's nap at lunch and re-enter the park when he wakes up- or is that a Disney h
- Asked by Robert from GA on 6/16/2008
Hi there Robert! Your park ticket is your passport into and out of the theme parks. You can exit and re-enter the theme parks, but how you do it is based on the type of ticket you have. With Magic Your Way Base Tickets you get entry to one Theme... read more
We are traveling to WDW in August, and my youngest son doesn't turn 3 until the next month, but he'sa VERY tall kid already and people mistake him for being three NOW! Will people question me at the gate? Should I bring an ID everywhere?
- Asked by Lindsay on 3/5/2013
Hakuna Matata, Lindsay!
My very tall son was also almost three, too, on one of our Walt Disney World vacations and in my experience, I never needed to prove his age at a Disney Park. I confirmed for you by contacting Disney, and the Cast... read more
I am traveling with my two children, ages 2.5 and 1.2, next month. I know children under 3 do not need tickets to get in but can they ride the rides without a ticket? Especially using fast pass?
- Asked by Amanda from TN on 10/14/2012
If your little ones are under three years old, they don't need tickets to enter the park. They also don't need FASTPASSES to join you on rides. However, I think you'll find that most of the rides that offer... read more