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  • On Dec 21, 2022
    Siesha from FL Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Hi my daughter is 4 do I need to pay full price of admission for Orlando animal kingdom?

    Hey There, Hi There, Ho There, Siesha!

    You're as welcome as can be here at planDisney!  Thanks so much for dropping by with a question about your next Walt Disney World Resort visit.  As a mom of twin preschoolers, I know first-hand that there's nothing quite so magical as watching your little one experience the excitement of visiting a Walt Disney World theme park.  Believe me, your family is in for an incredible time!

    Personally, I think Disney's Animal Kingdom Theme Park is the perfect park choice for you and your daughter –– it's definitely a tie with Magic Kingdom Park for my twins' favorite spot to visit.  For my kiddos, The Festival of the Lion King is always our first stop, followed by a ride on Kilimanjaro Safaris, and an up-close visit with some four-legged friends over at the Conservation Station and Affection Section in Rafiki's Planet Watch. That said, Guests ages three and older must have their own Walt Disney World theme park ticket in order to enter any of the parks, so since your daughter is four, you'll need to purchase a ticket for her. However, admission for Guests ages 3-9 is offered at a slightly lower price point than the cost of an adult ticket, so you'll see that price difference reflected at the time of purchase.   For a larger discount, keep in mind that specially-discounted 3-day and 4-day tickets are available exclusively for Florida residents.  If you're interested in some great savings –– as well as exploring more of the magic of Walt Disney World theme parks with your daughter –– be sure to check out the Florida Resident Special Offers Page for all the details!

    After you've purchased your theme park admission for your upcoming visit, don't forget that you'll also need to make a Disney Park Pass reservation for each day that you plan to visit one of the four parks (you'll need both a ticket and a reservation in order to enter).  Once you've done that, you'll be ready to hit the ground running once you and your daughter arrive at Disney's Animal Kingdom Theme Park!

    Thanks so much for visiting planDisney, Siesha.  I hope this helped to answer your question and I'm wishing you and your daughter lots of pixie dust and plenty of wild adventures at Walt Disney World Resort! 

    See Ya Real Soon,
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