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  • On Jun 8, 2008
    Deb from WY Asked

    We have 4 adlts; 5 kds age 6,4,4,2 & 1. If we ride a ride that typically seats 2; can we fit 1 adult, the 1 yr old and a small 4 old in the ride? What about haunted house? Can you list a few kid rides that seat only two? Thanks! I LOVE this panel.

    There are several rides where you could get an adult, a baby/toddler, and a preschooler into one ride vehicle. We did this during many vacations when our twins were in the baby/toddler years and our older daughter was in the preschool years. In answer to your specific question about the Haunted Mansion, yes, you could fit an adult and two small children into the Doom Buggies.

    In the Magic Kingdom, the rides that young children could go on (because they qualify height-wise) that have vehicles intended primarily for two people are: Buzz Lightyear, Haunted Mansion, Dumbo, the Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, Snow White, Peter Pan, Indy Speedway, and Astro Orbiter. Of those, the only one of these that I believe you could NOT put the adult, baby/toddler, and preschooler in together is the Indy Speedway. That one might be somewhat loud for the baby anyway.

    At Epcot, the kid rides that have vehicles intended primarily for two people are the Journey to Imagination and the Seas with Nemo. At Disney's Hollywood Studios, the only ride I can think of like this is the new Toy Story Mania attraction. I believe for all of these, you could get an adult, baby/toddler, and preschooler into the single vehicle.

    At the Animal Kingdom, there are no rides that very small children could experience that only seat two.
     
    Hope this helps.

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Meet the Panelist: Erin, New York

I have three teenage daughters. We're DVC members obsessed with Disney travel. We've been to Walt Disney World countless times and have visited Disneyland & Disneyland Paris. We've taken several Adventures by Disney and Disney Cruise trips. Learn More About Erin

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