• On Aug 7, 2019
    Sharbil from Yucatan Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    Hello, im going to disney world with 3 kids, 2 of them are 5 years old and the other one 7 years old.. to get in the rides like snow white, slinky dash, everest and the other similar to those, the kids can ride together and one adult alone or how its done

    Greetings Sharbil!

    Welcome back to the Disney Parks Moms Panel! I'm so excited to hEAR you will be visiting Walt Disney World Resort with your three Mouseketeers!

    This is a great question! As a mom of four children which includes a set of twin boys, I have often found myself riding alone with just two of my kiddos. With varying ages and interests, my husband and I have often used the "divide and conquer" strategy when visiting the parks. Many of the thrill attractions feature ride vehicles in which riders sit side by side. When riding thrill attractions like Seven Dwarfs Mine Train and Expedition Everest - Legend of the Forbidden Mountain, I always let the twins ride together, and I sit in the ride vehicle just behind them. When my twins were smaller, we sometimes found that the three of us could sit together on several of the attractions like Big Thunder Mountain Railroad. If you find there is an attraction in which you must sit in an entirely separate ride vehicle from each other, I recommend riding alone just ahead of them, so you will be waiting for your kiddos at the exit of the attraction. Although my twins are now teenagers, they often chose to ride together even when they were the ages of your children. Because we are a family of six and two of our children have always needed to sit together, we've never encountered any issues as long as one parent entered the queue and rode just ahead or behind them, and our little ones met the minimum height requirement for that particular attraction.

    I hope this information is helpful to you, Sharbil. Please stop by again with any new questions. We would love to assist you further as you continue to plan a magical trip for your family!

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