Hollywood Studio Tower of Terror
  • On Jun 2, 2016
    Katie from LA Asked

    Is there a place inside some of the more intense rides, for example the tower of terror, for my 9 year old child to wait for me to if he doesn't want to?

    Hi Katie,

    Thanks for visiting us here at the Disney Parks Moms Panel with your question.

    If you are visiting Walt Disney World Resort with another adult, then you might enjoy using the Rider Switch Service. With this, your entire party will approach the FastPass+ Queue to let the friendly Cast Member know that you are interested in the Rider Switch Service. He or she will provide you with a paper pass entitling up to three people to enter the FastPass+ queue at a later time. Then, the Guest that would like to ride at that time can head to the attraction and your son and another adult can enjoy a different attraction.

    Unfortunately, there is not a location within the attractions where your son could wait. That said, if he makes a last-second decision not to experience an attraction late in the queue, simply alert a Cast Member, and he or she can escort you out an exit in the area. 

    Check out the Walt Disney World Resort for more tips on traveling with your tween.

    I hope that helps, Katie! Happy riding!

    Wishing you many magical memories,

    Sally
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Meet the Panelist: Sally, Texas

"To all who come to this happy place, welcome." I am the lucky wife to my brave Prince and a stay-at-home mom to two bold and brilliant little girls; one a Jedi Padawan and the other a Princess. Joining the Disney Vacation Club meant that our family could travel to a "World of yesterday, tomorrow, and fantasy" as often as we could sneak away, so we do! I would be thrilled to sprinkle a little Pixie Dust on your next unforgettable vacation. Learn More About Sally

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