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  • On Oct 28, 2019
    Brittany 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’re taking a trip to WDW in June 2021. My son will be turning 3 in July so we are purposely going while he is still 2. I’m worried that since he’s already so tall there will be an issue. What do I need to bring to prove his age when we arrive?

    Hi Brittany!

    Thanks for your question. It's never too early to begin planning your Disney vacation, the place of wonder, magic, and where dreams come true! :-) June is a peak month for Disney, not to mention balmy, so be sure to pack many shorts, light-colored shirts, comfortable sandals, or some good tennis shoes..

    Disney and the wonderful Cast Members who work there take guests' word as it relates to a child's age. In other words, they do not ask for ID or proof of age when it comes to experiences (attractions, dining, etc.), so you should have peace of mind when you visit Disney with your child.

    May you and your family have a magical time when you visit. June 2021 will be here before you know it!

    Terry
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