• On Jul 25, 2016
    Rebecca from IA 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.

    Can you explain the Rider Switch option? All 4 stand in line and parent 1 rides with older child and parent 2 stays with baby. When you switch parents does the older child get to ride again with parent 2? Thanks

    Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel, Rebecca. Thanks for stopping by with your question and I hope you're having a magical week. 

    Rider Switch is a great feature allowing family members to go on an attraction, while an adult cares for the non-rider(s). When the first adult is done riding, the second adult presents the Rider Switch Pass and goes on the ride, greatly reducing wait times. The Rider Switch option is available on attractions that have minimum height requirement

    The Rider Switch Pass allows the second adult to bring up to 2 other Guests with him or her. Your older child will get to experience the attraction with the second parent if desired.

    I hope this information is helpful for you, Rebecca. As always, if you have further questions with planning your upcoming magical trip to the Happiest Place on Earth, please visit us on the Panel again.

    Sending you Pixie Dust,
    Kiki
     
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Meet the Panelist: Kiki, California

Greetings from Northern California! I have been fascinated by the magic of Disney since I was a little girl; now that I am a mother of two, I love watching my children experience Disney Parks through their own eyes. I am also surrounded by fellow Disney-loving nurse friends whom I enjoy quick adults-only Disneyland Resort escapes with. Whether you are planning your once-in-a-lifetime family trip or a short adults-only getaway to the Happiest Place on Earth, I am here to help!

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