• On Dec 29, 2017
    Bailey from ND 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.

    Hi! We are planning a trip to WDW in June, my oldest is 6 and my youngest will be shy of 3 - If my husband and I want to go on a ride not meant for our children, what options do we have so we can ride together?

    Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel, Bailey! I have two children is a similar age range, meaning my eldest is tall enough to ride many gentle smooth coasters like is favorite Seven Dwarfs Mine train, but our baby girl isn’t quite ready for such feats. And neither of the kids will ride Hollywood Tower of Terror, though my husband and I adore the drops!

    Fortunately, there is a system called Rider Switch Service that can allow you and your husband to experience a ride that the kids aren’t ready for, but it does mean that you will have to ride one at a time. You can read more about how Rider Switch service works. The only other option to enjoy a child free evening at the parks is to sign up your children for an evening of fun at Lilo’s Playhouse, which will entertain your kids, offer them dinner, character meetings and crafts galore while you enjoy your adult dinner or roller coaster extravaganza. Your youngest will need to be three, however, to partake in these offerings.

    If I can help you plan your magical vacation further, please let me know. You’ve got a friend in me! ~ Lindsey P.
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Meet the Panelist: Lindsey, Georgia

Hey, y'all! I'm Lindsey, a social media-savvy gal that wears her #Disneyside on her sleeve (along with her trading pin collection!). I'm proud to say that my husband and our two Mouseketeers share my love for the Walt Disney World Resort and all it's magic, so get ready to ask me about new things to see and do on your vacation. I particularly love sharing off-the-beaten-path activities and always encourage visitors to try something new on each trip. Adventure is out there! Learn More About Lindsey

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