Answered Question - Disney Parks Moms Panel
- We'll be travelling to WDW in May '09, when our twin boys will be 2 years & 9 months old. One of our boys is very tall and often is mistaken to be older than 2 years. Do we need to bring any type of proof of age to get the free park admission? THANK
- - Asked by Maria from Colorado on 2/16/2009
- Hi Maria,
Welcome to the Moms Panel! What a wonderful age for your boys to experience Walt Disney World!
From my experience, I can tell you that you will probably not be asked to show identification for your son. That being said, I always carried a copy of my children's birth certificates just in case, as I didn't want to have to convince someone they were under three if I was asked!
Have a great time!
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