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  • On Sep 9, 2023
    Ana from TX Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Hello, is it under 2 or 3 years that my child can enter Disneyland without a ticket and reservation? He will be 2 years March 1st and are planning a trip around his birthday.

    Hey There, Hi There, Ho There, Ana!

    You are as welcome as can be here at planDisney. Thank you so much for stopping by with your question.  Ana, I love visiting Disney theme parks with the little ones.  We visited Disneyland several times when my kids were mini Mouseketeers, just like your son, and it's so magical to experience Disney through their eyes at this age. I always say you are never too young (or old) for Disney!

    Ana, Guests under age three are considered Guests of Mickey and do not require a ticket or a theme park reservation when accompanied by an adult.  Once the child turns three - even if it is during the vacation - they are required to have a valid theme park admission ticket and a theme park reservation.  Your little one can still enjoy his VIP Guest of Mickey status on your upcoming trip since he will be two years old.

    Now, Ana, did you know there are many Any Height attractions at Disneyland that your little one can enjoy?  Some of my favorites include "it's a small world" and Mickey's Runaway Railway.  Oh, and be sure to check out Mickey's Toontown, as it's a great place for your little Simba to be free to run around all day and free to do it all his own way.  There are also complimentary Baby Care Centers in the theme parks if your little guy needs a break, needs to use a tot-sized potty or have his diaper changed, or just needs a cool and calm place to relax.

    One last tip, for you Ana. If you are traveling with another adult and want to enjoy some of the big kid attractions, there is the option for Rider Switch. This is when one adult stays with the young one and the other enjoys an attraction. When the first rider is done, the two adults can switch and the second rider can enjoy the attraction without waiting in line again!  What a great way to make sure everyone maximizes the magic on your vacation.

    I hope this helps you, Ana. If you have any further vacation planning questions, stop back here because you've got a friend in me!

    See ya real soon,
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Meet the Panelist: Keri, Massachusetts

Hi there, I'm Keri from Massachusetts, a wife and mom to preteen twins and a teen. Since my first magical visit to Walt Disney World at age three, I've loved all things Disney. My husband found his passion for pixie dust on our honeymoon and his first visit to a Disney park. Soon after, we joined Disney Vacation Club, which has afforded us unforgettable family vacations for the last 20 years. Disney Vacation Club has helped us create our most magical vacation memories. I can't wait to help you plan yours. Learn More About Keri

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