• On Mar 29, 2018
    Danielle from MA Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    My 2yo daughter is currently too short for the Mine Train. We plan to do fast pass rider switch. I will be party 1 to see how scary it is. Can my daughter ride with party 2 if she grows enough even though we technically won't be swapping children?

    Heigh Ho, Danielle! Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel. 

    I’m thrilled to learn your little mouseketeer might be having a special Disney first on your next visit! I’m a sucker for Disney firsts and my youngest just recently had that rite-of-passage moment at the Walt Disney World Resort when she was finally tall enough to ride the family-friendly coaster in Magic Kingdom's Fantasyland, Seven Dwarfs Mine Train. She was hesitant at first but her smiles when she got off were pure magic! 

    Danielle, when you utilize the Rider Switch Service, you will be able to choose which three guests will take that second turn at riding. So, if you think your little one is ready, and she is tall enough, by all means ride again and bring her along. Be sure to wear your MagicBands when you ride. You won’t want to miss the magical attraction video that will pop into your PhotoPass account.

    Sending growth spurt pixie dust your way and wishing you a most magical visit yet! 

    See ya real soon,

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Meet the Panelist: Emille, Florida

Hi! My name is Emille. I’m a mom of two and wife to a wonderful fellow Disney nerd! As a current Florida resident and Annual Passholder, I love being able to visit the Walt Disney World Resort frequently. When I’m not at the Parks, you can find me leading worship at my local church or traveling with a prison ministry I sing and speak for. I look forward to answering your questions and sharing some of my favorite tips to help you plan your next magical Walt Disney World vacation! Learn More About Emille

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