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    How old do you have to be to go inside Disney World alone without a parent? A group of friends and I who are around 14 and 15 years old wanted to celebrate and go to Disney World. Any idea?

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    Re: How old?

    I would take a guess and say you have to be of age 3. Since Disney charges regular price tickets at that age?
    LOL!!
    No but really, this question has been asked before and I think the age of 12 comes to mind, but I do not know for sure.

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    Re: How old?

    I would think that as long as you give them your money, they would let you in! Otherwise, I don't know.
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    Re: How old?

    Back when I was a park greeter, the official age was seven. I couldn't believe this at the time, but technically, with a parent's permission, a child could be in the park on their own at seven. I don't know if that's the policy now, I don't think it should be. Coincidentally, that's the same age a child has to be to ride the RnRC at DHS if they are between 48 and 54 inches tall.
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    Re: How old?

    Thanks for your info. I'm pretty sure we'll be able to go alone

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    Re: How old?

    Quote Originally Posted by DoppelV View Post
    Back when I was a park greeter, the official age was seven. I couldn't believe this at the time, but technically, with a parent's permission, a child could be in the park on their own at seven. I don't know if that's the policy now, I don't think it should be.
    Considering WDW appears to be run and operated by 7 year old managers... I am not surprised.

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    Re: How old?

    Quote Originally Posted by TDLFAN View Post
    Considering WDW appears to be run and operated by 7 year old managers... I am not surprised.
    It's funny...cause it's true However 7 seems way too young to be on your own I think.

    I once went WDW by myself when I was 16 for a day, so you shouldn't have a problem. (and it was the second time ever going since I was 8)

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    Re: How old?

    7 is also the age you can be legally arrested, so it seems fairly important.

    I don't think age is so much a prolem as maturity. They'll most likely let you into the park, just be mature and sane- Disney has the right to kick anyone off property.
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