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  • we are travelling as a group of 16. when using the child swap on some rides as have 2 toddlers in our group, can we split into 2 groups to ride or is it just for 1 person to wait with the non riders then go on the rides on their own. thank you
  • - Asked by nicola on 2/16/2014
  • Hello Nicola.  Thank you for asking your question here on the Disney Parks Moms Panel.  I am excited to hear you will be traveling to Walt Disney World with 16 people!  Wow, that is going to be a lot of fun.  

    I love using the Rider Switch passes at Walt Disney World.  It makes it so convenient for families with small children to all be able to experience the same attractions.  To obtain a Rider Switch Pass your party, including the little ones, will need to visit the Cast Member who is standing at the entrance of the attraction.  Politely ask them for a Rider Switch Pass and show them your little ones.  Everyone else will be permitted to enter the attraction and the person waiting with the children can go sit down.  Once everyone is off of the attraction the person with the Rider Switch Pass and 2 other people may enter the attraction using the FastPass+ line.  Be sure to hold on to your Rider Switch Pass, you will need to show it at the entrance.  This is a great option to use when you have small children and I just love that Walt Disney World offers it.  

    Have a magical vacation!  
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