Mom with infant
  • On Jul 16, 2018
    Zyrlim from VA Asked

    My child just turned one does he need a ticket for the theme parks

    Hi Zyrlim! Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel!

    In no time at all you will be experiencing the Walt Disney World Resort with your little one! I've been taking my two kiddos since they were infants and the memories that I have from those trips are SO special. You are going to have such a wonderful time as you watch your child enjoy this magical place for the first time!

    Guests that are 2-years-old and younger are considered "Guests of Mickey" and do not need Walt Disney World tickets to enter the theme parks. Once your child turns 3-years-old, you'll need to purchase a child ticket, then ages 10 and up require an adult ticket. But for now, there is no charge for your one-year-old!

    Make sure to stop by Guest Relations once you arrive at the theme parks and you can pick up complimentary celebration buttons. If you are celebrating your little one's birthday, or just your family's first visit, they have buttons for all kinds of celebrations!

    Enjoy your trip, Zyrlim! Please visit us again with any other questions you may have!

    Tabitha
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Meet the Panelist: Tabitha, Tennessee

Hello all! I'm a happily married, proud mom to two young children, and I love to plan trips to Walt Disney World Resort. One of my favorite things about taking a Disney Parks vacation is that there is always something new and wonderful to discover, no matter if this is your first trip or if you visit multiple times per year. I'm excited to help you plan your next adventure!
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