At Disney World what age children get in free?

by yamil
(greensboro)

What is the minimum age that kids do not pay for entrance ticket?

Maybe a little older than this

Pluto sleeping next to a stroller with an infant

Photo by Paul-W

Dad's that's too easy Answer

Yamil,

The quick and easy answer is children are free until they are age 3. Magic Your Way children's tickets are for children ages 3 to 9. So from birth until they turn 3 they don't pay anything.

We even found one time that if a child turns 3 during your trip, they are still considered 2. Tickets are based on the age at check-in.

The Disney Dining Plan is the same as tickets. Guests are considered children for ages 3 to 9. Now with the Dining Plan you will have to buy any food for children under age 3.

I know, it's a bit unusual for Dad to answer a question so quickly but there is really nothing more to say.

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Dad's Bottom Line

Yamil, Disney says children are children (pretty profound right?) from ages 3 to 9. At age 10 they become adults. Under 10 they are free.

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