Mom and daughter on Expedition Everest; Animal Kingdom
  • On Jul 18, 2010
    Debbie from WI Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    I am very excited to see Fanstasmic but have a 2 yr old. I am concerned about having to be there 90 mins before the show. Would it be possible for one person in our party to go 90 mins before and save seats for the rest of our party?

    Hello, Debbie!  

    Great question!  Although it is possible for a member of your party to go and "save" some seats, it may become difficult for them to actually continue saving seats.  As more people enter into the seating area, many Cast Members begin asking the audience members to start "sliding down" so that more seats become available.  This is where your family member may begin to experience some issues.  I would highly suggest that any family member that is able to sit down down for a fairly large amount of time should stay and help out.  It is easier to save seats for one or two individuals rather than a larger party.  Trust me, after a long day at the parks, being able to sit and rest will seem like the perfect idea!  I am also not one to tell a lie, but after a long day at the parks people tend to become a bit cranky towards the end of the day.  I would not want your "solo" family member having to deal with attitudes as guests continue asking him/her to move down.  

    I hope your vacation is a memorable one and I wish you and your family magical memories!  Please come and visit us again with any new questions or concerns.  Have a magical day!
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Hello! My name is Diane and I am a mother of three great boys (ages 21, 17 and 16) and a fantastic wife from the great state of Texas!   A Walt Disney World vacation will leave you with many beautiful memories to last a lifetime. Learn More About Diane

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