Hello, My family and I are planning a trip to Disney World the first or second week of December 2014. I will be traveling with a 15 month year old at that time and was wondering if this is a less busier time to visit?
- Asked by Tristin from NY on 9/26/2013
Hello there Tristan!
Thanks for visiting the Disney Parks Moms Panel with your question! How exciting you are planning a Walt Disney World vacation in 2014! December is my favorite time of the year to visit the "Most Magical Place on Earth" as... read more
My family and I are planning a trip for November 2014. My daughter turns three in August. She is just now going into 2T clothes and barely eats anything. Do I have to purchase a meal for her or is she permitted to just eat from her sisters plate?
- Asked by Jennifer from PA on 2/14/2014
Hi Jennifer! Once your daughter turns 3, you'll need to pay park admission for her, as well as any buffet dining locations, or all-you-care-to-eat locations. Their policy is based on age, as is the Disney Dining Plan. When eating... read more
We are taking a disney vacation in June, and my son will be 14 months then. Any tips/ideas/must-dos/suggestions for disney with a little little one?
- Asked by Jessica from NJ on 2/17/2014
Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel Jessica ~ June will be here before you know it and I'm excited to see you're planning ahead. The Magic Kingdom offers a lot of attractions for children that age. Be sure to visit Mickey at Town Square... read more
Hello, my family of 4 (2adults,1 child,1 baby) is wanting to go to wdw next year. I was wondering if it would be better/cheaper to get the annual passes instead of the basic tickets for a 10days. We are wanting to stay at aoa in the nemo room.
- Asked by nicole from FL on 2/6/2014
Hi Nicole! You've asked a great question. Generally speaking, the break-even point for the typical guest for annual passes is about 11 days, however, if you are a Florida resident, the break-even point comes down a bit more. Also,... read more
Hello. My family will most likely be attending Mickeys Halloween Party and we would like to take our 1 1/2 year old with us. Would I need to purchase a ticket for the baby? I couldn't find any infomation for the age range for Mickeys Halloween Party?.
- Asked by Daniella on 8/12/2013
I think you and your family will LOVE Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party! It is a blast!!
Guests under the age of 3 do not pay admission to enter Walt Disney World theme parks, including for Special Events. The age ranges are 3-9... read more