How does Disney World verify the age of a 3 year old?
Do they ask for ID to show that the child is under 3 to gain free admission? Also, is one day in Magic Kingdom enough or definitely not enough?
Answer by Josh
They take your word for it that he she is 3. MK can be done in a day if you dont plan on doing every single ride. Map out what you want to see and use Fastpass wisely.
Answer by Shellie =)
Im not sure about the 3 year old verification but for me, one day in magic kingdom would be enough depending on how long you plan on going. I have been going since i was 2 years old every year, and i normally go magic kingdom one day and a half (using park hoppers, very good investment). If you are traveling with a little child, that might slow things down a little, and you might not have as much time to do all the things you wanted to do. If you plan on getting up from when the park opens then i wouldn’t see why that wouldn’t be enough time! although, keep in mind the lines are long for things that little kids would go on such as peter pan, winnie the pooh, snow whites scary adventures, and its a small world (fastest of all the others though) so i would deffinitly suggest getting a fast pass for all those. Mickey and minnies toon town would be fun for a little kid also, and not many lines.
hope i helped, have fun =)
Answer by Indiana Jones
they don’t ask for proof. they trust that you will be honnest with them. but if the child clearly looks like they are 3 or older and you are trying to pass them off as being under 3 they will ask you the date of birth of the child and if they believe you are lieing they have the right to not let you in.
if the child isn’t under 3 i suggest just being honnest and paying for a ticket. why take any chances of not being able to get in.
and from my experience if you are going to try to take in all the rides, shows, parades, and meet and great with characters then you definitely need 2 days at magic kingdom.
Answer by Jacki
Answer by nanny411
yep, trust is a great thing! If your child actually looks OVER 3, but isn’t, I would take proof, just in case. I have a grandson who looks way younger than he is and could have got in for under 3 until he was about 6! He’s almost 7 and can pass for 4 now. BUT, yes, they usually just take your word for it.
When we go, we spend 2 or 3 days at MK cuz we can never get enough of it! Then we spend one day each at Animal Kingdom and Epcot. We really have no desire to go to the Hollywood one.
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What are some good ways to keep a donkey busy on a Saturday night?
I don’t have much money, and the fence is broken, so the donkey has to stay in the house. I;d watch TV with him, but he gets freaked out when I ask him to lie down so I can see the screen.
Answer by Amanda
Answer by Sam
Give him food…Er’body loves food!
Answer by Elle
Perhaps he needs a girlfriend.
Answer by shALazar the wizard
Why not recreate some of the more entertaining YouTube videos? You could feed Peter some Diet Coke and Mentos, then videotape him after the dentist. That should occupy a few hours, after that you can let Peter watch TV while you do some Facebook stalking and cry.
Answer by Snezzy
Being poor and far too young to buy liquor or even beer, you must fall back on other resources. The horse section’s Canadian trolls come to mind.
Now I know what you’re thinking, “Trolls come from Norway, where they live under bridges and annoy billy goats gruff.” But here in YA they are from Canada. Their infestations annoy our horses and occasionally our donkeys. Some of them are the usual nasty sort of troll, but a few are astonishingly brilliant, except when they are too drunk or perhaps not drunk enough.
What you need to do is STEAL beer and whisky (preferably Molson’s and Crown Royal) from Canadian Trolls. It’s unlikely you’ll be able to get any Newfie rum, the stuff called Screech, but if you can, then steal that, too.
Don’t worry about getting caught. The lazy trolls are always asleep and are too foolish to lock their alliterative lacquer liquor lockers, and the Mounties (who always get their man) won’t be looking for thieving donkeys.
Drink everything you’ve ill-gottened, and then if you are able, come back here and try to ask another question, one more directed to actual horsemanship.
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