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  • On May 23, 2014
    Nicole from NY Asked

    I'm confused by the rider switch. We have a party of 8 w/ one toddler. We thought for the rides she can't get on, 4 would go on the ride then pass the baby & the other 3 go. But do 6 have to go while one waits & then that person can take one other

    Hey Howdy Hey Nicole,

    Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel. I hope you are having a Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah Day! I'm thrilled to hEAR you have an upcoming trip to The Most Magical Place on Earth. You are going to have a magical time and create memories that will last a lifetime.

    There are so many attractions at the Walt Disney World Resort that will accommodate your entire family to ride with no height restrictions. For those attractions that may have a height restriction too tall for young pirates and princesses or they decide they do not wish to ride, you may utilize the Rider Switch Pass.

    Guests should notify the Cast Member upon entering the normal queue line that they would like to utilize the Rider Switch Pass. One adult will wait with the child(ren) not riding the attraction. After the Guests have waited in line and enjoyed the attraction, the Guests will take turns watching the child(ren) not riding. Then the waiting adult may bring one (1) Guest along with them to enjoy the attraction. That adult and Guest will not have to wait in the regular queue line, the Cast Member will let you know where specifically to return with the Rider Switch Pass.

    I hope this helps and that you have a supercalifragilisticexpialidocious time. Please write us back if you have any more questions planning your Disney vacation. 

    Wishing y'all a Silly Symphonies time!

    ~ Lynette
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Meet the Panelist: Lynette, Utah

I'm a mama, a wife, an artist, a believer in Pixie Dust and I love fashion with a Disney twist. I live Disney every day, quite literally. My family and I live in the real "UP" house replica from the beloved Disney•Pixar film. We are always chasing our dreams by living our family motto, unashamedly borrowed from Walt himself, "Keep Moving Forward." Learn More About Lynette

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