Answered Question - Disney Parks Moms Panel
- Do 1 yr olds actually get a ticket for the theme parks? thanks!
- - Asked by Jann from Ohio on 7/14/2010
- Hi, Jann! Children under the age of three do not need a ticket to enter any of the Walt Disney World theme parks. They also do not need a Fast Pass to be on any of the attractions that require everyone else in the party to have one.
Another great thing about bringing young children to Walt Disney World is they are also able to eat for free at any of the buffet meals. They do not charge for a child age two or under.
Just in case you want to go back when your little one gets older, children between the ages of three and nine are required to purchase a child's ticket to enter any of the theme parks. They will also need that pass to obtain Fast Passes.
I hope this helps with your planning!
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