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  • On Dec 7, 2012
    Tim from VA 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.

    Hello there, my family of 5 are coming to Disney. My Wife does not really ride many of the big rides, and the 3 Kids and I that do, would the Ride Swap help us from having to wait in line 3 times on those rides that are two person side by side only?

    Hi Tim,

    Though Rider Switch would be an option available to you, typically you and your three children should be able to enjoy rides together. As long as an adult is part of a group, kids may sit next to each other. When you barrel along on Big Thunder Mountain Railroad or conquer Expedition Everest, you may sit next to one of your children while the other two sit directly behind you. If your children are tall enough to experience thrill rides there will be no problem with siblings sitting next to each other rather than beside a parent. Our family of six has explored just about every combination of kids and parents on numerous attractions and have never had an issue with seating.

    Enjoy zooming down Space Mountain with your three children! 
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