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  • Hi, I will be visiting Disney World next week with my two sons, 4 & 2. We already purchased a ticket for the older one and I am assuming that the 2 year old will be able to get in at no charge. Do I need to bring a copy of his birth cert to get him in?
  • - Asked by Jennifer from Florida on 2/14/2012
  • Hi there Jennifer!

    You are correct.  Children under the age of three do not need a ticket to enter any of the Disney theme parks.  You do not need to bring any proof of age, such as a birth certificate.  The folks at the turn stiles will take your word that your tot is under three!  Have a magical trip!
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