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  • On Dec 1, 2013
    Donna from NC 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.

    I keep reading that you need to have a current picture id; do our 2, 4, 5, 6 year olds need a picture id

    Hi Donna,

    Thanks for sending the Disney Parks Moms panel your question.  As an adult I have been asked by Cast Members to see my photo identification, usually during check in or when using my Key to the World or MagicBand) for purchases over a certain amount.  In all of our experiences at Walt Disney World Resort, I  have never been asked to show photo identification for my young daughter at any point during our vacations.  Based on my experience, I would definitely think that as long as you have photo identification for the adults in your party, your young children should be fine without.  With that being said, if you have photo identification (or any type of identification) for your children, it can't hurt to bring it with you.  We are Canadian, so I always have my daughter's passport locked in our safe at our Walt Disney World Resort, however, I have never had anyone ask to see her identification.  When my daughter was approaching three years old, I was a little nervous because she was quite tall and very well spoken for her age.  I had Cast Members ask how old she was (she replied with confidence that she was FORTY years old), but they never asked for proof.  

    I hope that helps Donna.  Please feel free to send me any other questions you may have as you continue to plan.  I would love to hear from you again!

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Meet the Panelist: Stephanie, Ontario

I'm a Canadian mom with so many wonderful memories at Walt Disney World Resort!  I would love to use my experience in  traveling with toddlers, children, tweens and guests with limited mobility to help others experience all the magic Disney has to offer. Learn More About Stephanie

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