Mom And Daughter Magic Kingdom Cinderella's Castle
  • On Apr 3, 2015
    Adria from KY Asked

    I'm so thankful for all the help I've gotten from the pan. My daughter will be a few weeks shy of turning 3 when we go so will I need to show her birth certificate to prove she's 2 and not have to get her a ticket? And will she need to get fast passes?

    Hi Adria!

    I am glad to hear the Moms Panel has been such a helpful resource for you. A Cast Member may ask your daughter's date of birth if you purchase theme park tickets at the parks. However, they will usually be able to tell if a child is younger than three. I know my family has never had any issues when visiting with our children when they were between the ages of two and three.

    Just as all children under the age of three who visit Walt Disney World are personal Guests of Mickey Mouse, they are also permitted in FastPass+ return lines when accompanying a Guest who is utilizing their FastPass+ selection. Simply take your daughter to the designated FastPass+ entrance and she can enter with you and your FastPass+ enabled MagicBand or card.

    I hope you and your family have a wonderful vacation! Please let me know if I can assist you with any other questions about your upcoming visit. I enjoy helping families plan their magical vacations with little ones.

    Have a magical day!
    Bob
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Meet the Panelist: Bob, North Carolina

I'm a husband and father of four who loves the magic of Disney! There is always a little bit of Pixie Dust in my daily life. Like Mickey Mouse, I consider myself to be a friend to everyone, and enjoy helping others plan their perfect Walt Disney World Resort vacation. Learn More About Bob

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