We arrive in a few days and right after our trip, our son will turn 3 - the day after we leave. I know we don't need a ticket for him but he DEFINITELY looks older than his age. What do I need to do to prove his age when we are there?
- Asked by Kristin from IA on 10/11/2011
I don't imagine any of the Cast Members will ask for verification of your son's age at the theme park turnstiles. However, I understand your concern. Perhaps you would feel better if you were to keep a photocopy (not the... read more
Buying tickets this week for our trip to Disney for Sept 10. My son will be three the end of the month so he truly will still be two the week we go. Nervous not buying him tickets we will be questioned bc he may not "look" 2. Any thoughts?
- Asked by Sarah from KY on 8/20/2012
I have also worried about visiting with an almost three year-old. The good news is, we never had any issues on our trip with having to prove my daughter's age. One Cast Member did ask her how old she was and as soon... read more
My 2yrs old son and I are visiting disneyworld for 2 days with Park hopper option. We will be in Orlando for 4 days and son's 3rd birthday will fall on 3rd day of Orlando visit. If we visit Disneywolrd before his 3rd b'day, are his tickets free?
- Asked by Dhivya from NY on 9/15/2011
Happy birthday to your little man!!! As he will be two years old when you arrive, he will receive free entrance into the parks and will not require a ticket for entry. However, if you plan on... read more
i have 2 children who will be 2 years old and 6 months old how would the ride swap work for me and my husband.
- Asked by Heath from MA on 10/8/2011
Ride Swap has saved my family loads of time standing in lines. We have three children that all have different tastes in rides so our options have been to skip rides or use Ride Swap.
Here is how it works. You and your... read more
Hi, I will be visiting Disney World next week with my two sons, 4 & 2. We already purchased a ticket for the older one and I am assuming that the 2 year old will be able to get in at no charge. Do I need to bring a copy of his birth cert to get him in?
- Asked by Jennifer from FL on 2/14/2012
Hi there Jennifer!
You are correct. Children under the age of three do not need a ticket to enter any of the Disney theme parks. You do not need to bring any proof of age, such as a birth certificate. The folks at the turn... read more