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  • On Aug 29, 2022
    Arely from TX Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    My daughters are 2 do I need to provide anything to prove their age?

    Hey there, hi there Arely! 

    Walt Disney World allows children ages 2 and under to visit the theme parks for free. It's always been such a great perk for my family, as we've visited many times when my children were small and now with grandchildren without having to worry about tickets for them. 

    Arely, you will never be asked for proof of your children's ages. We have in the past been asked how old a little one was, but never has a cast member asked to see proof of a toddler's age. 

    Now that we've gotten the answer to that question, I just want to point out a few highlights you may be able to take advantage of with little ones in tow. First, the Baby Care Centers can be a lifesaver with wee ones. The centers, located in each theme park, have high chairs for feeding, comfortable changing tables, microwaves, and a quiet place for nursing. You'll also find essential items available for purchase. They usually carry diapers, wipes, baby food, and more.

    Another thing I want to mention is Rider Switch. While there are plenty of attractions to enjoy with preschoolers, the Rider Switch option available at some attractions allows your family to wait in line one time, and the grown-ups can take turns riding while the other waits with the littles. It's a huge time saver.

    I hope you enjoy a practically perfect visit to Walt Disney World, Arely!
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Meet the Panelist: Anna, New Jersey

My name is Anna and I am a retired teacher with a J.D., a proud Navy wife with 30+ years of experience, mom to three daughters and a son-in-law, and grandmom to three tiny Disney fans. I have planned vacations for all sorts of special occasions and celebrations, but I really enjoy DVC vacations, helping military families, and assisting those with special dietary needs.    Learn More About Anna

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