• On Jan 10, 2019
    Diane from SK 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.

    Where tours require children to be accompanied by an adult, can only one adult accompany two children? Great-grandma, and Grandma are taking their "three" Grandsons to show and share their love of WDW and don't want to leave anyone out.

    Hi Diane, and welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel! Allow me to be your guide as we explore some great Walt Disney World Resort tours for the whole family.

    What a special memory your dear Grandmas have planned for the little ones. I'm so excited for them to share their love for the Walt Disney World Resort with their grandsons! And Disney Tours are a really fun way to spend your Disney day.

    I just spoke with a Cast Member about adults accompanying children on the tours that welcome younger Guests, and she tells me that it's just fine for one paying adult to bring along more than one child. So Grandma and Great-Grandma are golden!

    There are so many great tours available at Walt Disney World for Guests of all ages. If you're looking for a tour geared specifically toward the little ones, Disney's Family Magic Tour is an especially fun time for kids, with a scavenger hunt through the Magic Kingdom, a visit from some special friends, and lots of adventure in store!

    I hope this helps you plan an amazing day for your Grandmas and their grandsons, Diane. Please stop by again if you have any more questions!

    Keep Disney Dreaming,

    Kathy K.
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Meet the Panelist: Kathy, Florida

I've lived my whole life just an hour's drive from Walt Disney World, so I've been a regular visitor for as long as I can remember. Even after all these years and so many visits, I love that there's still so much to discover! Now that I'm a mom myself, seeing my favorite place through my son's eyes has given me a whole new perspective that I enjoy sharing with other parents of young children. Learn More About Kathy

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