Answered Question - Disney Parks Moms Panel
- We are planning a Disney trip in march. My son is two (turns 3 in april) but looks older. Will I have a problem with getting him a ticket since 2 gets in free but 3 doesnt??? I really dont want to bring a birth certificate or anything with us on our trip!
- - Asked by Amber from Texas on 1/1/2012
- Hi Amber! Your trip will be here soon! How exciting! I think it is so fun to take toddler/preschool age children to Disney and see all the magic through their innocent little eyes.
Disney will not ask you for proof of your son's age. If you say he is two, then Disney will believe you! However, with that being said, and since I am the one answering your question...here is what I would do. I would probably make a copy of my son's birth certificate and stash it folded up in my wallet. Would I need it? NO! But just knowing that it was there would give me peace of mind. You never know if they will ask for something in an airport. I have never had to show any proof of my children's ages other than when we traveled overseas...but I like to have all of my bases covered and if I ever worry that something may be an issue, then I usually go overboard in preparation.
So, do whatever works for you, but Disney will not question you about your son being two. Have a wonderful trip!!
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