Ultimate Guide to Baby Friendly Rides at Disney World
Disney vacations are something that every family should experience. But when’s the perfect time to go? Everyone says that the perfect age to bring your children is ages seven to ten, but unless you only have a single child or a set of multiples your children will most likely range in age at the time that you choose to visit. You can definitely go earlier because there are a lot of baby friendly rides at Disney World!
I’m here to tell you that whether you have a newborn or a toddler there is still plenty to do at the parks and there is a large number of rides where the little ones can sit in your lap so the whole family can enjoy it together. Here is a list of all the rides that are baby friendly.
Astro Orbiter – Take off in a spaceship and travel above the wonderful sites of Tomorrowland.
Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin – Use laser guns to defeat the Evil Emperor Zurg and his army of aliens as you travel through space.
Dumbo the Flying Elephant – Climb aboard one of the many flying Dumbos and take a few laps around the circus as you go up, down, and all around.
The Haunted Mansion – Explore this spooky mansion where the “friendly ghosts come out to socialize”.
It’s a Small World – Take in the different cultures around the world while relaxing in a boat as the dolls of each country serenade you.
Jungle Cruise – Travel through the exotic rivers of Asia, Africa, and South America with a hilarious Skipper as your guide.
Mad Tea Party – You don’t drink tea at this party…instead jump inside a giant teacup and hold on as they spin around and around.
The Magic Carpets of Aladdin – Take off on one of Aladdin’s flying carpets as you travel around the Agrabah Bazaar…and watch out for the camel…they spit.
The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh – Climb aboard an empty honey pot and travel through the Hundred Acre Wood as you experience the many adventures of Winnie the Pooh.
Peter Pan’s Flight – See what faith, trust, and pixie dust can really do as you sail above London in a pirate ship.
Pirates of the Caribbean – Experience a world where pirates ruled the seas on this adventurous boat ride.
Prince Charming’s Carousel – Climb aboard one of these noble steeds and enjoy a ride on this classic Disney ride.
The People Mover – Enjoy a relaxing 10-minute tour of Tomorrowland as the ride weaves its way between different attractions.
Under the Sea – Journey of the Little Mermaid – Experience Ariel’s journey first hand as you climb aboard a moving sea shell.
Frozen Ever After – Sail through Arendelle and take in the wonderful world of Frozen.
Gran Fiesta Tour Starring the Three Caballeros – Travel through the sights of Mexico and help the Caballeros track down Donald.
Living with the Land – Take off on a boat tour of Disney World’s greenhouses while also learning about the environment and the importance of ecosystems.
The Seas with Nemo & Friends – Experience Nemo world’s at the bottom of the ocean on this family friendly attraction.
Spaceship Earth – Explore the history of communication and enjoy a chance to create your own future as you travel through the Epcot Ball.
Kilimanjaro Safaris – Take in the wildlife of Africa up close as you travel in an open-air safari truck.
Top Spin – Take off on these flying dinosaurs and enjoy the prehistoric sites of Dinoland.
Toy Story Mania – Play 4D carnival shooting games with your favorite Toy Story characters.
Magic Kingdom has the most baby friendly rides, but there is at least one ride at each park that the entire family can enjoy so don’t be afraid to book that vacation today!
* For the more thrilling rides you can do a child swap so both you and your spouse can enjoy those rides the little ones can’t.
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Hello Disney Fans! Janie here. I was a Disney kid growing up and now that I am an adult I love it even more. Whether its movies, music, parks, or games I just can’t get enough of it. I visit Disney World at least twice a year and even when I’m not there it’s all I can think about!