Family with Mickey and Minnie
  • On May 9, 2022
    Jeanette from CA Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Is there somewhere I can find a list of rides my infant is allowed on? If so, I would gladly appreciate it.

    Hi there, Jeanette! Welcome to planDisney! I am a full believer that even the littlest Guests can feel the magic at the Happiest Place on Earth. Both of my Mouseketeers were in the parks before they could walk, and those are some of my most memorable moments to date! Seeing my daughter's eyes light up at her first glance of Minnie Mouse or my son getting a smooch right on his forehead from Snow White herself are some forever memories! 

    I have great news for you, Jeanette! The question might be more easily answered with a list of attractions your infant canNOT go on because there are so many that they can! Some will be at your own discretion, but as you prepare for your trip, take a look at the Disneyland website. Navigate to the "Things to Do" tab and select "Attractions and Entertainment" from the drop-down menu. Tap the "Height" filter and you will see a sliding scale to indicate attractions that have a height requirement. If you don't touch the scale, you will see a full list of attractions available to Guests of all heights! Additionally, once you are in the parks, open up your Disneyland Mobile App and navigate to your Tip Board by selecting the "+" along the bottom navigation bar. The Tip Board is a list of attractions and wait times, but you will also notice the height requirement is listed just under the attraction name. This is great if you need a quick reference while you are out and about! Thinking back to our infant days, we loved flying on a pirate ship on Peter Pan's Flight, sailing through "it's a small world", and taking a ride around the park on the classic Disneyland Railroad!

    Jeanette, did you know that both Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure Park have Baby Care Centers? These are a welcome respite from the California sunshine and that bustling park energy. Sometimes even we adults need a break from it as well! The Baby Care Center is designed specifically for parents and the youngest Guests (infants to young toddlers). You are welcome to stop in at any time of day for an air-conditioned break and parenting reset. There are changing tables, a quiet area for nursing or pumping, and even a full kitchen complete with high chairs and a sink. It's also fully stocked with all the essentials ready for purchase in case you forgot something or that pacifier hit the ground or your kiddo decided to use that food pouch to make art all over their shirt! You can even store your breast pump here for the day! And can we talk about the Cast Members at the Baby Care Centers? The kindest, sweetest people you will ever meet! Even just a smile from them feels like a big warm hug.

    Jeanette, I hope this was helpful in your planning! Be sure to stop by City Hall on the way in just to the left after you pass under the Disneyland Railroad and get your babe a complimentary 1st visit button! It makes a great keepsake!

    If you have any more questions, come back to see us again here at planDisney!

    Magic awaits,

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Meet the Panelist: Tara, Pennsylvania

Hello from Philly! Disney Parks have been my heart and soul since my 3-year old feet first hit Main Street, U.S.A. Nothing compares to the burst of pure joy, nostalgia and magic that I feel EVERY time I enter the gates! I love planning Disney vacations and have been known to convert a non-believer or two in one magical afternoon. Whether it's park days with friends, multi-generational trips, toddling around with kids or flying solo, I'm ready to help you personalize the magic at the Happiest Place On Earth! Learn More About Tara

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