Answered Question - Disney Parks Moms Panel
- I'm wondering how to do Tomorrowland Speedway with three kids (twins 6 and 5 yr old) and two parents. None are big enough to ride by themselves. Is it possible other, than one parent taking one at a time? Obviously we can't leave one unattended.
- - Asked by Stacy from Georgia on 1/10/2014
- Hi Stacy! I can understand your concern, my little ones loves to put the pedal to the metal and take a cruise on the Tomorrowland Speedway each vacation. (Even if they only reach 7 mph). I like yourself have a family of five, and have had this same dilemma. Do not worry there is an awesome solution.
When you reach the pit, a cast member will ask you how many are in your party let them know you have five. One adult and one child will be placed into one race car, while the second adult and other two children hop in another car. The cast member will place a special flag on the car with the two children. After the first child has driven the 0.4 mile long racetrack, they will trade places with the second child, and get to do it all over again without having to wait in line a second time. This way both children will get a chance to "drive" while the adult pushes the gas pedal.
My children now play a solid game of paper, rock, scissors to see who will get to ride in the triple-seated car, just so they can go around the track one more time. (Even if it is just to enjoy the view of Space Mountain).
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