EPCOT; Mother and Son; Spaceship Earth
  • On Jan 24, 2015
    Evelin from NY 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.

    Can my 18 year old daughter and my 8 year old daughter stay at the disney resort ? This year my older daughter wants to take her sister on vacation to disney and I would like to know if they need some kind of permission ?

    Hey Evelin-

    You made my day! I can’t wait for my boys to make this same trip in a few years.

    Yes, your daughters can stay together and will have the best bonding experience at the “Most Magical Place on Earth.” They will not need any special permission. The minimum age for reservations is age 18. Children under the age of 14 years must be escorted into the Walt Disney World Theme Parks by someone over age 14. So this works out perfectly for your princesses.

    When you book the trip online or by phone (407-WDISNEY or 407-934-7639) you will be asked if you would like to save credit card on file for incidentals and other purchases. She can use her own card or you may use yours as she is not required to have her own credit card. As a tip you can advance purchase Disney Gift Cards for them to use while they are there effectively setting a budget for them.

    Enjoy making many Magical Memories!

    ~Jason °O°
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Meet the Panelist: Jason, Georgia

I am a father and orthodontist who loves the hidden treasures found on Disney vacations. For over a decade, my wife and I have raised our two sons on Disney Cruise Line, Adventures By Disney, and Disney Theme Parks on both coasts. From large group and multigeneration family vacations to adult trips and couples getaways, I am excited to share my years of pixie-dust-covered experiences with you while planning your Disney vacation. Let the lifelong magical memories ... begin! Learn More About Jason

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