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Parents Guide to Pandora – The World of Avatar

Pandora – The World of Avatar

Pandora – The World of Avatar at Disney’s Animal Kingdom park is a fully immersive experience and fun for the whole family.

As you set out to explore this new land, here’s everything you need to know, from kid-focused ride, food and shopping reviews to where to find changing tables, stroller parking and interactive activities.

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Important things to know when visiting Walt Disney World with an infant or toddler

If you are visiting Walt Disney World for the first time with an infant or toddler, here are some of the most important things you need to know.

Kids under 3 get into the parks for FREE.

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Yes, you read that right! If your child is under three years old, you do not have to pay theme park admission for them.

Tip: Kids don’t age at Disney. If they celebrate their third birthday during your trip – but you start your Disney vacation when they are still two – they remain two in the eyes of Disney throughout the duration of the trip (so you won’t have to start paying for their tickets halfway through). If you are going on a third birthday trip, just make sure you start it before their actual birthday.

Kids under 3 eat free at Walt Disney World buffets and all-you-care-to-enjoy restaurants.

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Technically, they are free to “eat off your (adult) plate,” but they can still have their own individual plate and enjoy the meal at no additional cost to you. If drinks are included, they will also usually bring a drink for your under 3 child as well, and Tater has even gotten his own special dessert at no extra charge.

Tip: The majority of Disney character meals are buffets or all-you-care-to-enjoy, so you may want to take advantage of that while they are still young/free. Also, even though they will not be charged for the meal, you still need to include an infant/toddler in your total party number when making an ADR (Advanced Dining Reservation).

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