Walt Disney World vacations are truly for the whole family. Not one age group or height needs to miss out. There are 88 attractions at Walt Disney World that have no height requirement. Which means every single member of the family can enjoy them. Together! If you have toddlers, preschoolers and elementary school age children, all of these attractions can be enjoyed as one family unit. In previous posts I have written lists of all the attractions that are found with no heigh requirement at each of these parks in detail. So simply the click the theme park you want more information about: Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios and Animal Kingdom.
The theme park with the most attractions with no height requirements is Epcot. There are 36 attractions at this park. What brings Epcot’s number up are the Kidcot Fun Stops located at every pavilion. These Fun Stops have colouring and crafts stations for kids, to create unique mementos of their time at the country’s pavilion. There’s a cast member manning the station from that particular country.
The theme park with the least amount of attractions is Hollywood Studios. Hollywood Studios has only 7 attractions for all ages and heights. Hollywood Studios does have lots of entertainment to make up for it. With 20 stage shows, character experiences and nighttime spectaculars. So the park is still great for youngsters, just does not have as many “rides” for littles as the other theme parks.
Magic Kingdom has 28 attractions with no heigh requirements and Animal Kingdom has 18. These two parks are the best for youngsters, despite their smaller amount of attractions. Fantasyland at Magic Kingdom is geared for the whole family. With the majority of the attractions having no height requirement. The whole day could be spent in Fantasyland alone when you have smaller kids. At Animal Kingdom there are two areas that are geared towards the younger visitors: DinoLand U.S.A. and Rafiki’s Planet Watch. Both have interactive areas that the littles ones crave. Getting them on their feet and their hands dirty.
Make sure to measure your children before you plan your fastpasses to see which height category they are in. And then measure them one more time before you leave in case of a growth spurt. Happy Planning, Friends.