Mom And Daughter Magic Kingdom Cinderella's Castle
  • On Nov 12, 2010
    Melissa from NY Asked

    We will be traveling to WDW in Feb with a 14 yr old, 10 yr old & a 3 month old. We have been 5 times now but never with an infant. I'm wondering how we will be able to ride the rides with the baby. Can the baby be held on rides or can we use a baby sl

    Hi Melissa!

    Disney does offer some infant-friendly rides, where the child can sit on your lap as the ride commences. These rides are normally slow-moving, plus usually offer a bar that's placed right in front of you and child. Here are a few rides I got on with my 18-month old son, who still preferred to sit on my lap as often as possible:

    *It's a small world (Magic Kingdom)
    *Living With the Land (Epcot)
    *Peter Pan's Flight (Magic Kingdom)
    *The Seas with Nemo and Friends (Epcot)

    There are a number of additional pre-school friendly rides, such as Dumbo the Flying Elephant, but I'm not sure if an infant can sit on your lap for these rides, which spins around. I got on this ride with my 18-month old, but at this age, he could sit up in the seat next to me.

    Hope you and your family have a magical vacation!

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