Mom With Kids After Run
  • On Oct 1, 2008
    Wendy from MA Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    Traveling w/ DD6 & DD3.DD6 is afraid of some loud noises due to auditory sensory integration issues.If we try a show like the Muppets can we exit during the show if it is too much for her?Thoughts you have on other shows you think my be too loud would

    Hi Wendy.    Yes, with just about every show you can exit during the performance by simply going to the end of your aisle and a cast member will exit you out.    As for the Muppets, there are periods of time towards the end of the show where the noise can get a bit loud as cannons go off and music plays.   The good news, however, is that its done in a comical way that hopefully will offset your daughter's concerns.


    Off the top of my head, other attractions that you may find on the loud side include It's Tough to be a Bug at Animal Kingdom and the the Fantasmic show at Hollywood Studios.   These two again allow for access to leave if needed.   I think the Muppets is a good litmus test to see how things go given that it really only gets loud towards the end and its done in a fun way that may help.   Good luck and enjoy your trip!
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Meet the Panelist: Beatrice, Florida

My name is Beatrice and am a mom of two wonderful children - ages 5 and 7.    I live in Florida and am just a short distance from Disney World.   My family and I love everything that Disney has to offer. Learn More About Beatrice

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