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  • On Feb 21, 2009
    Nadia from GA Asked

    I am planning a trip to MK and Ak in April 09.I have a 6 month old and I'm not sure what rides we can take her on.The DW website says for most rides any height but then it also says that guest with small children can take turns. Which is it? please help!

    Hey Nadia.  There will be lots of attractions at MK that you can take your 6 month old on with you, and a great deal of these will be located in Fantasyland, but is not limited to that section alone.  Really at every park there is something for every age, I think you will be amazed at how many attractions you can take your daughter along.  With regards to the "taking turns," this is referring to Disney's child swap.  If there is an attraction both you and your spouse want to ride but you can not take the little one on, you go to the CM at the entrance and tell them you need a child swap pass.  Your spouse will go ride, come off and then give you the child swap pass.  You (or whoever the second rider is) will not have to wait in line.  You simply present your pass and you are allowed to go through the Fast Pass lane.  I hope this helps to clear this up and that you have a fantastic vacation in April.
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