Answered Question - Disney Parks Moms Panel
- My sister-in-law said that there is some kind of a "measuring station" where you can get measured and get a wrist band or something to say I am _ inches tall. I have not been able to find anything about this or even that it exists. Any tips?
- - Asked by Ellen on 6/24/2008
- There is no height-indication wristband at Disney World. However, many of the rides do have height requirements. If you click HERE, you will be taken to a link that lists all the rides that have height restrictions in all the parks. These height restrictions are also posted on the park maps and at the ride itself.
At each ride which has a height restriction, there will be some sort of measuring sign at the queue entrance. This will be monitored by a cast member who checks to see that each guest getting into line is tall enough. There will usually be another measuring sign just before the ride boarding area where another cast member will double check that the guests are tall enough.
The height requirements are really for guest safety, so it's important to adhere to the posted guidelines.
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