Answered Question - Disney Parks Moms Panel
- Hi I will be traveling to wdw from 5/17-5/24 with a 19 month old and a 5 yr old.Im worried that the 19 month old will not be able to get on any rides such as flying dumbo? Will my 19 month old be stuck in a stroller all day?Any suggestions?He loves rides!
- - Asked by martia from Maryland on 2/12/2009
- Fear not, your toddler will be able to have lots of fun at WDW. I first brought my older daughter to WDW when she was 22 months old and her younger sisters when they were 10 months old. In each of these cases, the girls were able to participate in many of the Disney rides and attractions. In fact, your toddler can accompany you on any ride for which there is no height requirement. If you go to THIS page on the Disney website and click on the "Attraction Height Requirements" button on the right, you'll be taken to a handy PDF that gives a complete list of rides with height specifications. As you can see the list is fairly short, meaning there is plenty for your little one to do in the parks.
As an example, a few of the rides your toddler can enjoy at the Magic Kingdom include:
Aladdin's Magic Carpets
Winnie the Pooh
Pirates of the Caribbean
and much, much more.
Have a great trip!
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