how tall do the kids have to be to ride the rides
- Asked by dafne from FL on 9/6/2009
If you look at this page of travel tips for people with small children found HERE,
will see a button on the right hand side of the page that says
"Height Requirements." Clicking on this link will bring you to handy
PDF that you can download.... read more
how does the park know the age of your children? My son is 9, but is very tall and people always thinks hes older. My daughter is 2 and looks like shes 4. Does anyone think I will have a problem?
- Asked by Melanie on 2/15/2011
I would carry some form of identification with you when you travel to WDW just to be on the safe side. With this said, I have never seen any guests while I have visited WDW be questioned about ages, but if it is a big noticeable... read more
Should I take an umbrella stroller or the larger more comfortable stroller for a 4 year old? Our trip is planned for 9/15/2010 through 9/21/2010.
- Asked by Loretta from AL on 4/28/2010
Hello Loretta and welcome! I have to give you my honest opinion on this matter because I feel it is very important advice. Your child's comfort level will determine your day. Trust me, the memories are still fresh on my mind and... read more
My family will be visiting disney with 3 children (6, 6, 9) they will all want to go on the roller coasters but none of them will want to ride without an adult. (only 2 adults with 3 kids). options for getting us all on without waiting forever in lines?
- Asked by dennis on 3/23/2012
I have 7,7,9 and we have the same problem. Disney has you covered! They offer a rider swap service. You let the Cast Member who is working the ride know that you will need to do the rider swap. What happens is that one adult stays with... read more
We will be travelling to Disneyworld with our grandchildren. One of our grandchildren is autistic - is there any special accomodation we can obtain with respect to waiting time for attractions and rides?
- Asked by Jane from ON on 8/7/2011
Hi Jane! The Walt Disney World Resort is a magical place for many people, including children with Autism. You may obtain a Guest Assistance Card (GAC) from Guest Relations at any Disney theme park. They are for guests with a wide variety of special... read more