Family Walking at Park
  • On Apr 26, 2017
    Kylie from UT Asked

    My family is planning a trip to Disneyland this September. I will have a 10 month old baby with me and wondered all the rides he will be able to go on with me?

    Hi Kylie!

    Traveling with an infant can be challenging but when you are traveling to Disneyland it is magical! Seeing their reactions to all the colors, music, lights, and of course characters will provide you memories forever. Even at that young age children will show their love of Disney.

    It is best to take a look at all of the park attractions before you arrive. The more thrill type attractions will have height restrictions which of course you will not be able to enjoy together. Disneyland does offer something called Rider Switch. This will allow you to switch off the care of those that can't go on the ride without having to wait in line twice. So be aware of this if there is a special attraction you are wishing to go on but the little one can't.

    Check out the Disneyland Attractions and the California Adventure attractions to see which have height restrictions. The ones that do not will be ones that you can enjoy with your little one as long as you feel safe with them in the ride vehicle. Some you will be able to hold the child while others you might have to have them sit next to you due to a lap bar. Before you stand in any line please ask the cast member out front about the vehicle so you will know if it is something you wish to try.
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Meet the Panelist: Kay, Indiana

Hello Adventurers and travelers! I am Kay and a past Adventures By Disney mom for the panel. But now I am excited to share vacation planning tips for those heading out for an incredible vacation to Walt Disney World. Learn More About Kay

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