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  • On Oct 21, 2019
    Zoey from MI Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    I’m bringing my 15 month old to Magic Kingdom next month since he doesn’t need a ticket, do I need to bring anything to prove he’s under 3 or does Disney just take your word for it?

    Hi Zoey!

    The Moms Panel welcomes you and your amazing little Mouseketeer to your upcoming Disney trip! It's probably the worst kept secret that I'm a HUGE fan of all things Disney, but nothing captures the magic and imagination of Walt for me than spending time at Disney's Magic Kingdom. Take lots of pictures, so when your son gets older, you'll be able to share those forever memories with him among his extended Disney family! :-)

    In answer to your question, Disney will never ask you to prove your child is the age you say he or she is. They trust their guests, and certainly wouldn't want to do anything that would impede the fun awaiting you the minute you enter the theme parks. So again, no ID or proof of age will be required for your son.

    May all your wishes come true at Disney World!

    Terry
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Meet the Panelist: Terry, South Carolina

If you can imagine how someone feels winning a million dollar sweepstakes, then that is how I felt when I was selected for the Walt Disney World Moms Panel. Learn More About Terry

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