Will I need a ticket for a 2 year old
- Asked by Charlene from NJ on 8/16/2011
Hello, Charlene! Welcome to the Moms Panel!
Children 2 and under do not need a park admission ticket.
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My youngest son is almost three years old. Do I need to bring his birth certificate for proof of age to get into the parks. I am concerned because he is rather tall. I dont want to have any issues with this.
- Asked by Latasha on 2/25/2012
Hi there, Latasha! Congrats on your upcoming visit to Walt Disney World! Your son is at the perfect age to visit! The look on his face will be priceless, so have your camera ready, and pack a few tissues just in case the mommy... read more
We are going to DW in April 2013. My son will be 22 months old. He will probably be just shy of 35" and I want to know for all the rides that don't list a height requirement, will he be able to ride on them with us?
- Asked by Rebecca from AZ on 7/24/2012
I can totally relate with your question as I went through the same situation with my son on a couple of Walt Disney World Vacations!! Never fear though, I have good news!!!
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I'm a Florida resident, and have a very tall 2 year old grandson--39 inches! He still rides in a stroller and needs all the baby services. My questions: At his height, do I need proof of his age; and is he tall enough to ride with me on Soarin?
- Asked by Carol from FL on 11/20/2011
I've never been asked for proof of age, and I'm quite certain that Cast Members have seen children of every height. That being said, I always travel with copies of birth certificates, just in case.
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my daughter will be turning 3 the last day we will be enjoying disney world, do i have to buy a ticket for her since we will have been there a week?
- Asked by nicole from FL on 1/8/2008
This is a hard question to answer. There is the letter of the law and then there is the intent of the law. If you said, my daughter just turn 3 a week ago and we're off to Disney World I would say you absolutely have to buy her a... read more