• On Sep 16, 2016
    Christian from FL Asked

    do we need an ID card for our two year old daughter?

    Hi Christian! Walt Disney World does not require any identification for their younger guests. Children under three years of age do not require park tickets and can enter with their parents and family. They will also not require FastPasses for the attractions but there are some height requirements that would prevent them from enjoying some.

    Please include all children no matter if they are infants and toddlers to your resort reservations and dining reservations. Resorts must know the number of guests in each room for safety reasons and dining needs to know the space that will be required to seat your party comfortably. Even though an infant or toddler will not order and eat off a menu they will need a space to sit with you.

    Please visit the Park Rules and Regulations page as this will also cover information about strollers which might be helpful for you.
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