Little Girls with Chip and Dale
  • On Apr 5, 2023
    Angie from CA Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Hi, my nephew is 2 and I know that he does not require a ticket but do we need to show proof of his age somehow? We just want to make sure we are prepared for when we travel down there.

    Hello there Angie, and welcome to planDisney!  I see your trip to the Disneyland Resort is just around the corner, how exciting!  

    Both of my kids were special guests of Mickey Mouse before their third birthdays, and great news, you do not need to show proof of his age.  It is a great question, and one I asked as well before our first visit!  As long as every member of your party has a valid ticket and a theme park reservation for your dates you'll be visiting the theme parks, you'll be ready to experience the magic!

    I highly recommend taking your nephew up to the reimagined Mickey's Toontown in Disneyland Park.  Not only is the adorable Mickey & Minnie's Runaway Railway Attraction located there for guests of all ages to enjoy, but it is home to CenTOONial Park where there are several areas for little Mouseketeers to stretch their legs and play.  There is also a great grassy area towards the back of Mickey's Toontown that is a bit quieter if you need a place to relax or have a picnic!  

    I hope this information was helpful for your trip planning Angie, and don't hesitate to come back and ask me any other questions leading up to your vacation!

    Have a magical day!
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Meet the Panelist: Melissa, Illinois

Hello friends!  I'm Melissa, a lifetime Disney fanatic from Illinois.  My husband and I have enjoyed the Disney Parks since our younger years and it's even more special for us now to share with our two young children.  The Disneyland Resort is truly our Happiest Place on Earth, and I cannot wait to help make the trip for your family the most magical! Learn More About Melissa

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