How does rider swap work exactly? For example, we'll be going with a group of 7 adults and one child. Can we all go through the line together, 3 ride while the other 4 wait, and then, when the ride is over, simply pass our daughter across the ride?
- Asked by Martha from TX on 10/17/2012
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When you arrive at your chosen attraction, make your way to the Cast Member near the beginning of the FASTPASS line and say that you want to use the Rider Swap option. You will be given a... read more
I heard about paying extra to be able to go to the front of the line for rides at the parks. Is this true and, if so, what is the cost and is it a good idea to get a "line jumper" for March of 2012?
- Asked by Larke from IA on 11/3/2011
Disney Worlds version of a "line jumper" pass is called FASTPASS, and is free to Park guests. FASTPASS saves your place in line for an attraction while you enjoy the rest of the theme park. Return to the ride at your designated... read more
I need any advice that you can give on taking young children to Disney! 2 year old and 5 year old! I think we are going to stay in Wilderness Cabins, has anyone stayed there?
- Asked by KaLeigh on 6/27/2011
I have stayed at the Fort Wilderness cabins, KaLeigh, and I think it's a perfect resort choice for families with young children. One of the nice things about the cabins is that they include a full kitchen, which can be a big plus when... read more
We will be at Magic Kingdom on the actually day of our sons 5th birthday. Do children get free admission on their birthday?
- Asked by mitchell on 3/31/2012
Thank you so much for visiting the Walt Disney World Moms Panel!! We will soon be visiting on our son's 4th birthday so I can definitely relate with your question!!
Unfortunately, the Free Admission on your Birthday... read more
I am taking my grandniece age 5 to Disney World without her parents. She is a Florida resident - I am not. How do you show proof of residency for a 5 year old?
- Asked by Deborah from NY on 6/23/2011
Disney doesn't ask for proof of residency from children. The Florida Resident passes are sold to adults age 18 and over so the adult would purchase the Florida Resident pass for the child.
A Florida resident would have... read more