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  • On Mar 27, 2017
    Hilary from NJ Asked

    We are traveling to Disney in the fall with 2 children under 3, will they be able to eat off of our dining plans with no questions asked? Or must you show proof of ages?

    Hi Hilary,

    Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel! Mickey and the gang are so ready to meet your little ones this fall!

    You are correct. Children under 3-years old are allowed to eat from an adult's plate on a Disney Dining Plan. If you were to order a separate meal for either child, you would be charged for it.

    There are so many wonderful restaurants at the Walt Disney World Resort! I do hope you have reviewed the menus and made Advanced Dining Reservations.  With two little ones, though, you may be too exhausted to go out to eat. Remember that you can order Pizza Delivery or Disney Resorts Room Service

    We have never been asked to show proof of age for our children. But the last time we dined at Sci-Fi Dine-in Theater, our girls did get "drivers' licenses." Between you and me, I do not think anyone would accept those as proof of ID!

    I do hope you have a magical time!

    -Donyell
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Meet the Panelist: Donyell, North Carolina

Hello from North Carolina! I am a mom of twin girls, wife, and university professor who has been inspired by the creativity of Disney for a lifetime. Since my first Disney visit when I was 12-years-old, I have been drawn to the adventures crafted by Disney Imagineers. Planning Disney vacations helps connect me to families who will find in Disney the kind of joy my family has experienced over the years. Allow me to help you map your own Disney journey so that you, too can create the memories of a lifetime! Learn More About Donyell

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