Answered Question - Disney Parks Moms Panel
- We will be visiting Disney World soon with 4 day Park Hopper passes. The first day of our vacation is also my son's third birthday. Does he need a ticket for the week?
- - Asked by Megan on 8/28/2013
- Hi Megan,
A trip to Walt Disney World sounds like a great way to celebrate your son's birthday! Children under the age of three can enter Disney parks without purchasing a ticket. If your son is turning 3 in the middle of your vacation, I've always been told that tickets are not required for any of the vacation. No cast member is going to question your child's age. If you try to bring him in the parks as an under three child, I'm sure no one would even bat an eyelash. However, technically since your son will be three at the start of your vacation, you should probably use a ticket for his admission.
Hope this helps. Have a magical vacation!
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