Mom with infant
  • On Mar 21, 2021
    Kristin from MN Asked

    I have a two yr old. If my husband and I stand in line together, can one ride before the other then we switch when the first rider is done? So that way we can both ride the ride without standing in line two different times?

    I'm glad you came to planDisney, because I've got good news for you, Kristin! The Walt Disney World Resort wants to make sure that Guests of all ages have a great visit! That includes parents traveling with little Mouseketeers!

    When parents of little ones visit the Disney Parks, they are able to utilize a practice known as Rider Switch! This practice allows one parent (or other adult) to wait with a child, while the other parent enjoys the attraction. When the person who just enjoyed the attraction returns, the other person, who waited with the child, is then able to enjoy the attraction! When using Rider Switch you don't even have to wait in line together. The first adult waiting, can stay with the child in a shady spot to enjoy a snack, or even visit a Baby Care Center to get refreshed! Baby Care Centers are conveniently located in all Disney Parks!

    Kristin, as you continue planning, please know that your two-year-old does not need an admission ticket for any of the Disney Parks! Children don't require an admission ticket until they are three-years-old! Just remember, you and your husband will both need a valid admission ticket and make a Disney Park Pass reservation for the parks you wish to visit during your vacation!

    Hakuna Matata!  Jonathan

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Meet the Panelist: Jonathan, Pennsylvania

Hi, everyone!  My name is Jonathan.  I am a Disney-adoring husband, dad of three sons, and elementary school principal from Pennsylvania.  If you're visiting planDisney with questions about the Most Magical Place on Earth, then Hakuna Matata because you've come to the right group of people!  I'm happy to use my past Disney-travel experiences and knowledge to help you enjoy every moment of your vacation to the Walt Disney World Resort! Learn More About Jonathan

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