• On Jan 14, 2021
    Monserrat from Queretaro Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Hello! We are planning our next trip to DisneyWorld this September 2021, but since we don’t go out much, our baby is not used to wear his mask and he doesn’t want to keep it on, so by the time we’ll travel hi is gonna be 2yr and 9months, any advice please?

    Hi Monserrat! You and your family are going to have a wonderful time during your upcoming vacation to the Walt Disney World Resort! I’m so happy you stopped by to visit us here at planDisney with your planning question!

    My youngest daughter needed some incentives when it came to wearing her mask during our visit last September. A month before our visit, I had her wear her mask more often, so that she would get more accustomed to it. I also bought her a special mask for our visit to “Mickey’s house.” She was so happy that she got to choose her special mask! ShopDisney has some really cute styles that you can show your little one. He might like one with his favorite character printed on it. 

    Since September tends to be a warmer month, I made sure to make a lunch reservation at a table service restaurant. You and your party are allowed to remove your masks while sitting down for meals. It was the perfect midday break! We enjoyed our meal and the air conditioning inside the restaurant. I suggest choosing a restaurant at the theme park you will be visiting for the day.

    My girls and my best friend’s kids were so excited when they found out we were having lunch at Be Our Guest at the Magic Kingdom Park! The food was delicious, and we even got a peek at the Beast. He was greeting guests in all of his dining rooms throughout our meal! 

    Monserrat, you can start making your dining reservations 60 days before your magical visit. I also encourage you to take a look at the experience updates at the theme parks before your vacation. You will find that you have to make a Theme Park Reservation for each park you would like to visit ahead of time. The process is very quick and easy! You can view the theme park reservation availability online. Then go ahead and reserve your days, after you've purchased your theme park ticket.  

    Monserrat, it’s important to note, since your Mouseketeer will be two during your next visit, he’s Mickey’s special guest. This means you do not need to buy him a theme park ticket or make a Disney Park Pass reservation for him to enter the theme parks. 

    I hope this information has been helpful. You can always visit us here at planDisney in English, or at planDisney en Español if you have any more questions. ¡Siempre es nuestro placer ayudarte con tus planes!

    ¡Hasta pronto!

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Meet the Panelist: Veronica, Florida

Hello from South Florida!  My name is Veronica.  I'm a wife and mother to two amazing girls.  I'm a bilingual journalist turned stay-at-home mom.  My first visit to the Walt Disney World Resort was at the ripe age of two and I've had the pleasure of visiting every year since!  Now as an adult, I plan my family's fun and memorable vacations.  As a planDisney Panelist, I look forward to helping you craft your magical experience!  Learn More About Veronica

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