Are you planning a visit to Disneyland Resort Paris with small children or infants? Then you've come to the right place to find out about some basic things that will make it easier for you and your family.
Since those responsible at Disney always keep an eye on their little guests, the parks and hotels offer a number of services that other amusement parks do not offer in this form.
Here at dlp.info you will find numerous tips and tricks that will make your stay with toddlers at Disneyland Paris easier.
Disneyland with toddler, is that possible?
That's fine! It's even going very well, because Disneyland Paris is a theme park that is very much geared towards the needs of families. This is primarily because Walt Disney himself strived to create a place where young and old can have fun together. Disneyland Paris is the perfect example that something like this is possible in an amusement park.
From a height of 1.07 meters, most attractions are accessible, except for the wild rides. Many carousels and attractions can also be visited with a smaller body size. There are also various shows and meetings with the Disney characters - here the whole family can have fun, regardless of age.
It is important that you, as a parent, know your child. What can it do, what is it afraid of, when does it need a break and so on.
It is clear that you cannot have a power day with a toddler in the amusement park, as you would perhaps do it without children. You need time, because a lot of things just happen differently than expected and there are always small breaks. So plan your visit, but don't add too many points to the program. This leads to stress and tears are inevitable.
At what age is my child old enough for Disneyland Paris?
It's hard to say in general. We keep hearing from parents who are taking their babies to Disney Parks and are having a wonderful time full of magic.
But when are children really old enough to experience the Disney magic for themselves? There is probably no fixed age, because every child develops differently. But we would say that 3 or 4 years is a perfect age to really have fun at Disneyland Paris.
By the way, children up to the age of 3 years have free entry to both Disney parks, only from the age of 3 years on a ticket for Disneyland Paris is required.
Tour with toddlers through Disneyland Paris?
We have put together a tour that is primarily aimed at visitors with small children. Take a look at the suggestions before you travel, maybe you can benefit from them?!
Strollers and buggies can be rented at Disneyland Park near the entrance just off Main Street Station at Strollers and Wheelchairs. At the Walt Disney Studios, this facility is located in the entrance area near the Studio Services. If you cannot find the rental service for strollers and buggies directly, the friendly cast members will be happy to help you and show you the way.
The Baby Switch is a service that allows parents with small children to visit attractions that are not yet suitable for the children without having to queue twice.
How it works? Very easily! The whole family joins the queue and when it their turn, one parent gets on the ride while the other waits with the child or children, and afterwords it is time to switch roles.