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  • On Feb 19, 2012
    Casey from TN 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.

    I am a single Mom of 2 boys - they will be 3 and 6 when I want to take them to DW. Will we be able to go on most of the rides all together? Or are most for 2 per car/seat/etc?

    Hi Casey!

    You can relax because Walt Disney World is a very single parent friendly vacation destination!!

    The great majority of the attractions are bench-style seating so, one adult and two small to medium children can typically sit together comfortably. There are a few attractions where the seating is somewhat smaller or the ride vehicle only has safety belts for two. In that instance, if you can see your children the entire time, you might consider allowing them to ride in a vehicle in front of you.

    A great unofficial resource for photos of the various attraction seating options is
    In the search box at the top right corner of the page, simply type "Ride Vehicles". You might also wish to search on this same website for "Ride Height Restrictions" as some attractions have age or height requirements.

    Lastly, be sure to check out this printable travel tips guide for traveling with little ones to make your vacation a magical one!

    Thanks for taking the time to visit us at the Walt Disney World Moms Panel and feel free to send more questions our way in the days leading up to your trip! May your Disney vacation be practically perfect in every way!
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Meet the Panelist: Kim, North Carolina

I am a wife and mom of 2. I have some unique Disney planning experiences related to special diets, touring with a preschooler and teenager at the same time, and meeting mobility needs. I look forward to helping you plan the vacation of your life! Learn More About Kim

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