My ? is about height requirements. Our 4 year old is just barely 40". I am concerned about her being able to ride Big Thunder Mnt Railroad and Splash Mnt. How strict are these height requirements? She will be crushed to watch her siblings go w/out
- Asked by Lori from NY on 7/28/2009
Disney is quite strict about the height requirements for the attractions. On a
few occasions, my daughters have even been asked to remove a hat or
even take out a high ponytail to allow cast members to more accurately
measure them. However, one... read more
What can a 5 month old baby ride?
- Asked by Steven from NC on 1/10/2011
You are going to be pleasantly surprised just how many Disney attractions your five month old baby will be allowed to ride!
At Magic Kingdom, many of the attractions are very baby... read more
Hi, I was wondering if there are any restrictions to taking an infant on rides if the child is being held or in a sling of some sort? Also, can you suggest the best rides for a child that is three to eight months old ( or in that range)? Thank you!
- Asked by Suzanne from ON on 7/1/2008
You can bring your baby with you on any ride or attraction for which there is no height requirement -- there are dozens of these in the Magic Kingdom alone. When we brought our twins to WDW when they were babies, we often had them in a Baby Bjorn... read more
Can infants, such as 6 months old, be taken on any of the rides?
- Asked by Kathy from SC on 2/5/2011
Hi, Kathy! You betcha! Many of the attractions are designed for the whole family to enjoy. You can trust me on this one - I'm not a doctor, but I do play one on TV.
My prescription goes a little something like this: if it doesn't have a height... read more
I have a friend who is significantly overweight and is planning a trip to Disney World. Is there a list somewhere of what attractions may be difficult for a larger person to manage comfortably - so that they can avoid running into too many problems?
- Asked by Denise from ON on 1/8/2008
The best information for people of size, in my opinion, can be found at allearsnet.com and in the Passporter's Open Mouse book. These will cover detailed information like pictures of ride vehicles, safety restraints, how to get belt extenders,... read more