Mom And Son Safari
  • On Feb 16, 2009
    Andrina from FL Asked

    Hi, were visiting on Ap12-19, w my 1 year 9m son, I know about the height restrictions. but some of the attractions that say "any height", also have a note that says: parents with little children should take turns.Is he considered one?

    Andrina,

    Technically, no, a 9-month old is not considered a 1-year old, but in fact an "Infant".

    If you send me a follow-up question about specific rides you have questions about, I would be glad to offer advice on how appropriate/not appropriate I think they would be. Also, you might check out theĀ Traveling with Little Ones section of the Disney website. I particularly like the toddler park maps, height restriction lists, and tips pages that they have here to help plan for travel to Disney World with a small child. The maps really give you an idea of what attractions are ideal for your son (and you), and the site shows you how you can enjoy thrill rides while here as well!

    Have a magical vacation!
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