Infant and toddler with Chef Mickey
  • On Dec 5, 2019
    Ty from TX Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    We are taking our son on his first Disney trip next Summer 2020, and he will almost be two years old. For dining reservations, how would we request a high chair? Or, will it be provided when we check in for a reservation?

    Hi Ty!

    I'm so excited for you and your family! I know your son is going to have an amazing time and, for you, seeing Walt Disney World Resort through his eyes will be nothing less than magical!

    This is an excellent question! You can request a high chair when you check-in at each restaurant. If you haven't already done so, be sure you include your son in the Guest count when you are making your dining reservations. Unless you specifically purchase a meal for your son, he will be able to share with you and dine for free. Including him in your count will ensure you have adequate room for everyone at your table. It also helps the restaurant manage capacity.

    If you need any other tips as you continue planning your vacation, the Planning Guide for Preschool Kids & Little Ones is filled with oodles of information designed specifically for younger Guests. I know you are going to enjoy every magical moment!

    Thanks so much for sharing your question with the Disney Parks Moms Panel! Please let me know if you need any other information as you plan your magical Walt Disney World Resort vacation!

    Kari
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Meet the Panelist: Kari, Texas

"Welcome home," Disney friends! I'm Kari, a wife and mom from Texas. In 1997, we became Disney Vacation Club Members and have enjoyed every magical moment. We have also set sail on the Disney Cruise Line, enjoyed the benefits of Annual Passes and put our best foot forward with runDisney. I love helping Guests add pixie dust to their vacation plans! How may I help you add magic to your next Disney vacation?

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