Mom With Kids After Run
  • On Jul 24, 2009
    Jane from AL Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Grandmother traveling with two 4 year olds-can we all three fit in most rides.

    Hi Jane!

    How wonderful that you are spending a vacation with your grandchildren!  I'm thinking by the end of your trip, you will be elevated to new levels of "Grandma-coolnees"!  I can understand your concern, but assure you that you will be able to enjoy the vast majority of attractions that interest four year olds together!  There are many rides at Disney that can easily accommodate all three of you in one "car", "row" or "seat".  Here are a few examples:

    • It's a Small World
    • Peter Pans Flight
    • Winnie the Pooh (normally, two sit on one bench, but I've easily "squeezed" with both of my boys, who are older than your grandchildren)
    • Snow White (same comment at Winnie the Pooh)
    • Jungle Cruise
    • Tea Cups
    • Pirates of the Caribbean
    • The Seas With Nemo and Friends (again, normally sits two, but you can squeeze)
    • Kilimanjaro Safari
    • Journey into Imagination
    • Great Movie Ride
    • Cinderella's Golden Carousel (each passenger gets his/her own horse, when I go with my kids alone,  usually stand between both kids)
    • Toy Story Mania (only two will be able to "play", but the Cast Members have allowed me to sit between my kids and watch them have a blast!)

    This is by no means a comprehensive list, but rather a few examples where you can all fit on one ride.  Disney has much more than rides, however, and you will all be able to enjoy the parades, nighttime spectaculars and theater-style productions together!

    Have a fantastic vacation!

    Tanya

thumbnail image for Tanya

Meet the Panelist: Tanya, New Jersey

I am Tanya from FL, full-time mom to two fun-loving boys. I have an array of planning tips and believe I offer a unique perspective on how to make Disney an amazing adventure for individuals with a variety of needs and abilities. Learn More About Tanya

Didn't find what you were looking for?

To submit your question, please sign in now if you have not already done so.

Ask a QuestionOpens the Ask a Question dialog box.
x

Update Browser

For a better experience browsing this website, please download an updated version of Internet Explorer.


Or you can continue browsing without updating.