Walt Disney World in Florida and Disneyland in California are two of the best-known family destinations in the United States. The resorts offer fun for people of all ages.
Admission is not charged for children under the age of three at Disney Parks. A "child swap" system is in place so that one parent can ride while the other stays behind, then they swap places so that they don't have to wait in line twice.
The Disney Theme Parks and Water Parks offer a child's ticket for kids aged three to nine. Proof of age may be required.
Anyone aged 10 or older will need an adult's ticket. Occasionally Disneyland in California offers all admissions for the price of a child's ticket.
Other Age Requirements
Anyone under the age of 10 must be accompanied by a responsible person who is 16 or older if visiting Disney Quest in Florida. ID is required for anyone visiting Pleasure Island in the Downtown Disney section of Walt Disney World.
Many rides require that guests meet height requirements in order to ride. These are listed on your park map.