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  • On Aug 17, 2011
    Maria from MD 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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    We will be visiting WDW the week of October 31 with our 6 month old and almost 3 year old sons and will be going to all of the parks. Can you let me know which rides I can take by infant on? Can I use an Ergo baby carrier on the rides? Thanks!

    Hi Maria,

    Sounds like your family has a fun-filled vacation planned at Walt Disney World. Your infant will be able to go with you on many attractions that your 3 year olds will want to go on as well. Here is the guideline. Pretty much any ride that does not have a height requirement will allow you to take the baby. For instance, at Magic Kingdom, "Its a Small World" would be fine for baby, but Space Mountain would not be. The 3-D type attractions that are essentially just movies, are just fine for baby as well. You may want to position yourself on or near the aisle on those type of attractions so that you can slip out if the baby gets fussy. An Ergo Carrier is highly recommended, mainly because strollers are not allowed in the lines for rides. Carrying the baby and keeping up with the 3 year olds in line may be cumbersome at times. I am sure you will appreciate a little hands free action. I believe that you will find that the rides that your 3 year olds are interested in, are the same rides you will be able to take the baby on too, especially at Magic Kingdom. Don't sweat it, you all will be able to have a blast Walt Disney World!
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