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  • On Mar 6, 2013
    Rebecca Asked

    I will be traveling to Disney with my 5year old twins. They do not want to ride any rides without me and both insist on sitting with me. Can you tell me which rides will provide seating for three in a row? Specifically at the Magic kingdom and Animal Park?

    Hi Rebecca, 

    You will find many rides and attractions that will accommodate your twins' request. In fact, it is probably easier to list those that won't than those that do! 

    At Magic Kingdom, the cars on Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin are equipped with just two laser cannons. Splash Mountain, The Barnstormer and The Tomorrowland Speedway are also designed for two people in each seat or car. 

    You might be able to get all three of you into a Dumbo elephant, but they really are designed for two. I always liked riding one Dumbo in front of my girls so that I could look back and take pictures.

    At Animal Kingdom, the only ride designed for two people per seat or car is Expedition Everest, which I suspect your twins may be too small to ride. 

    Toy Story Mania! at Hollywood Studios is the only ride designed just for two per car (except for Rockin' Roller Coaster, which, again, your twins may be too small to ride). I can't think of any rides or attractions at Epcot that won't be able to accommodate you.

    After you get to the parks and they get a little more comfortable with the atmosphere, you may find that they will be ready to ride together with you in front or in back of them. If not, there's plenty to enjoy in threes!

    I hope that helps. Please let me know if I can answer any other planning questions for you. Enjoy your time with your family !




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We live 90 miles from Walt Disney World and have visited frequently for 20 years. Disney is the place our family can relax together, try new things (especially interesting food) and have conversations, no matter what park we visit or where we stay.
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