We are coming 3/29-4/5/14 and were wondering how the FP+ would work since we have DD3 & DD7 who are different heights. Also, how can we make it work for my DH and I in HS for Tower and R&R since neither of our girls will ride those rides. Any sugge
- Asked by Connie from NC on 10/22/2013
Hello again Connie!
It is highly recommended to check rides height restrictions before visiting Walt Disney World. It is not easy explaining a young child that she cannot ride the attraction because she is not tall enough.
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First trip to Disney in March. Have 21 yr girl and twin 5 yr girls. What attractions should I use the Fastpass for and which should I just wait in line? Have 3 day hopper passes.
- Asked by Tina from TX on 1/22/2014
Hi Tina! How awesome that your first Disney trip is fast approaching!! You are allowed to book 3 FastPasses per day, so depending on which park you are visiting, you will only get to choose 3 total for the day, even if you "hop". If you ask 10... read more
1st trip to DW with 3 yo daughter, going to MK and AK, need suggestions for Fast Pass. Not sure which rides the whole family will want to ride too. Any recommendations?
- Asked by Aimee from FL on 1/22/2014
Aimee it is great you are bringing your little princess to Walt Disney World for the very first time! I am sure your entire trip will be filled with magical memories. 3 year-olds are so much fun, I love seeing how they light up when they... read more
Planned to come in dec but have to postpone. All 3 kids will have bday before new visit date. Will the cost go up to the adult price automatically for the 1 that will be 10 instead of 9? We have ddp and 7 day HP. Just changing date on existing ressie.
- Asked by Kim from IL on 9/27/2013
Hello Kim! Welcome back to the Moms Panel. Walt Disney World considers anyone 10 and up to be an adult, and therefore will charge you the adult price for that child. They consider the age the child is on the day you check in, and... read more
I cannot link my kids (age 4, 3, 8 mo) to the memory maker. Is it because they are under age 7 and will need to be with an adult? Will both my husband and I be able to add photos to the memory maker if we decide to split up in the park? Thanks.
- Asked by Katie from PA on 1/29/2014
Hi Katie! Your Walt Disney World vacation will be here in just a few days! You must be so excited as you finish packing and plan the last of your fun. I am very excited to hear you will be using the Memory Maker service. I loved the... read more