Mom And Daughter Magic Kingdom Cinderella's Castle
  • On Mar 12, 2008
    S from MA Asked

    Hi, someone just asked you a question regarding "baby swap" you answered but I'm confused. If you have mom, dad, kids all in line, dad rides the ride and mom waits in the line until dad comes then mom goes on the ride? w/o loosing a spot in line?

    That is how the baby swap works.  It allows everyone to enjoy an attraction without having to wait in line twice.  With most thrill rides in WDW, the family will all wait together.  When you get to the front of the line one parent will go on the ride.  You will tell the ride attendant that you need to use baby swap.  The attendants will give you directions about how to get back to the queue line after your ride.  Once your ride is over, you will get your kids so that your spouse can ride.  No one loses their spot.

    Some ride have slightly different procedures for baby swap, but they all have helpful attendants that will direct you on where to go. 

    I would definitely recommend that you try it out during your next trip to WDW.
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