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  • We are visiting WDW with our 13mth old&our 7yr old soon.We're wondering if there is a way for us to go on the rides without having to queue up&wait a second time as we may have to take turns to go on rides?What do parents with young babies do?
  • - Asked by Bobbie from New South Wales on 9/21/2013
  • Hi Bobbie,

    Guests with young children request a Rider Switch pass. Basically, when there is an attraction that one of your children can't ride, the entire party goes to the entrance of the queue and asks for a Rider Switch pass. Then your son will stand in line with one of you while the other adult is free to go off with the little one. When the ride is over, the person who stayed behind can then enter the attraction with very little wait time. The best part is that you can take up to 3 guests with you, so your son will get to ride the attraction twice in a row!

    Hope this helps. Have a magical vacation!
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