Ohanas Best Friend Breakfast
  • On Oct 12, 2022
    Ladonna from GA Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    What proof do I need to bring my two year old granddaughter to the park?

    Hi there, LaDonna, and welcome to planDisney! Oh BOY! I am so happy to hear you plan on bringing your little princess to Walt Disney World Resort. You all are in for a magical visit, and I am happy to help today!

    LaDonna, bringing children younger than three years old to Walt Disney World means that they are free for theme park entry as well as dining experiences. How amazing is that? As a guest with a child that young, Walt Disney World at this time does not require identification, however, if you feel more comfortable bringing something, you can always make a copy of her birth certificate to bring. I brought my oldest daughter to Walt Disney World when she was one for her first visit, and I was not asked to show anything. Whatever works best for you is my best advice!

    Speaking of amazing, have you made a reservation at a restaurant that offers character dining? Chef Mickey's at Disney's Contemporary Resort is a wonderful opportunity to see Mickey and his Pals in their culinary best (and also enjoy a delicious meal!) before starting a day at Disney's Magic Kingdom. Another family favorite is 'Ohana, at Disney's Polynesian Village Resort. Fairy Godmother sprinkled some pixie dust this past summer by announcing the return of Best Friends Breakfast featuring Lil & Stitch! Both resorts are on the monorail loop, which is the easiest form of transportation to Magic Kingdom. If you haven't made reservations yet, I highly suggest you do them before your visit! Check your My Disney Experience app for availability. 

    LaDonna, have the most magical visit with your little princess in a few weeks. Say hi to my pal, Mickey for me, and enjoy a Mickey Premium Ice Cream bar too! Boo to You!

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Meet the Panelist: Frances, North Carolina

Hey ya'll! My name is Frances, I am a mom and military spouse from Texas who currently calls the Tarheel state home. My family and I enjoy visiting the Walt Disney World Resort as often as we can because we love the joy and magic every trip brings us. We consider Walt Disney World to be our "home away from home!" If you are dreaming of adventure in the great wide somewhere, then you have got a friend in me! I enjoy sharing my passion for Disney with everyone I meet! Learn More About Frances

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