Like every amusement park in the world, the two theme parks at Disneyland Paris attract children. However, many parents hesitate to visit because they do not know whether the amusement park is also suitable for children. Disneyland Paris definitely falls into the category "suitable for children", because there is hardly any other amusement park that offers so much for children - but at the same time the big ones are not forgotten either. To help you spending a perfect day with kids at Disneyland Paris, we've put together some useful information here.
Some attractions in the two amusement parks are particularly well suited for families and are therefore given special attention here, including of course, Le Carrousel de Lancelot and It's a Small World. Incidentally, the absolute hit with small children is the carousel Dumbo the Flying Elephant, which you shouldn't miss under any circumstances. This actually applies to the entire offer in Fantasyland.
Are you wondering whether a particular attraction is suitable for your child? First of all, of course, you have to consider the size restrictions. If everything fits here, it depends on how daring your child is. Is it more fearful or does it plunge into any adventure? You can certainly assess this best. Many parents have had good experiences by explaining to their child what to expect in the attraction, often children themselves know whether they want to ride a roller coaster that goes upside down or not.
Of course, you can also ride all the attractions yourself first and then decide whether you want to take your child with you or prefer to go on to the next attraction.
Just inform yourself on the individual attraction pages, on which we have put together a lot of information about the respective ride or show.
In addition, Disneyland Resort Paris offers a number of services that are aimed specifically to parents and children, ranging from stroller rental and babysitting services to practical baby switches.