Dumbo in Magic Kingdom Fantasyland
  • On Jul 4, 2023
    Kealey from MO Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    We signed up for DAS pass this morning for myself and my son is 1.5 years old, so we discussed scanning in before the ride and the rest of the party, after the conversation it dawned on me he doesn’t have an arm band so how do we do that?

    Hi there, Kealey!  You're as welcome as can be here at planDisney!

    I'm so happy to hear that you'll soon have the opportunity to see the magic of Walt Disney World Resort through the eyes of your little one!  As you get ready for your vacation, be sure to check out our planDisney Video Library.  My fellow panelists, Leslie and LeAndra recently filmed a wonderfully informative series of videos on visiting Walt Disney World Resort with your little Mouseketeers.

    When using Disability Access Service (DAS) for theme park attractions, the person to whom the DAS pass is issued will need to scan in at the attraction first, followed by the other members of your party.  Since children under the age of 3 are considered Guests of Mickey and do not need their own theme park ticket, they do not need to scan in at the park entrance or at any attractions.  When you're using your DAS pass, as long as he meets the height requirement, your son may accompany you on the attraction without scanning in.

    The Walt Disney World theme parks have lots of attractions that are perfect for the whole family to enjoy together.  To see which rides your son will be able to experience, take a look at the list of attractions on the Walt Disney World Resort website.  If an attraction is listed as "Any Height," it will be perfect for your little one.  If you and the other members of your party would like to experience an attraction that your son is too small for, you can ask a Cast Member at the attraction entrance about using Rider Switch.  This handy service allows an adult in your party to wait with the little one while the rest of the party waits in the queue and rides.  Once they return, the waiting adult and another Guest may experience the attraction without needing to wait in the standby queue again.

    Kealey, I hope this information is helpful for you.  If you have any other questions, please visit planDisney again.  My fellow panelists and I are all ears!  See ya real soon!

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