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  • Will I have to bring proof of age for my 2 year old son? He's a little big for his age, and autistic.We'll be going during March (the 24th-28th) and his birthday is on the 30th. I'd rather not travel with his birth certificate...
  • - Asked by Nina from Illinois on 2/23/2014
  • Hi Nina,

    What a special birthday celebration you have planned for your little guy!

    You don't need to bring an official birth certificate with you. However, making a photocopy of it to slip into your purse wouldn't hurt. Children ages 3 and under are free of charge with a paying adult and when a child looks close to 3, a Cast Member may ask for proof of age. Additionally, whenever traveling by plane, I always bring copies of my kids birth certificates just in case I need them.

    I hope this helps and that you have a wonderful vacation with your family,

    Kaylene
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