Tweens at the parks
  • On Jun 16, 2016
    Qi Asked

    We are plan to DISNEY on Jul,2016, My daughter was born on May.28th,2007. Which kind of ticket i should buy, child or adult?

    Hi Qi,

    Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel! I'm so glad you have the chance to visit Walt Disney World with your daughter. I'm sure it will be a very special time for you both.

    As long as your daughter is age 9 or younger, you may use a child ticket. Anyone ages 10+ will need an adult ticket to enter the parks. If I did my math right, I believe a child ticket would still work for you. Once your daughter is 10-years-old, you'll need an adult ticket.

    For a few ideas to plan your days at Walt Disney World, check out the Planning for Older Kids, Tweens, & Teens resource to help you make some unforgettable memories!

    I hope you enjoy your magical adventure, Qi. Please come back and visit us if you have any other questions!

    Andrea U.
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Meet the Panelist: Andrea, North Carolina

Born and raised in Florida, I have been a fan of Walt Disney World Resort for my entire life. My husband and I love watching our preschool and kindergarten-age sons experience new attractions as they grow with each visit. In my house, we believe you’re never too old or too young to have a fantastic time at the Walt Disney World Resort! Learn More About Andrea

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