You don't need a ticket for a child that age. Unless you are planning on going often, an annual pass for yourself is kind of wasteful as well.
Quoting Elytra:What's the best ticket pass for one year old. Should I get annual pass. Are they still free for younger than 2 years ?
how old is he, are you going just for the day?
anyway, water, snacks, sunscreen
Quoting asia84:We just went last weekend! I have a 17 month old. He was free. Pack snacks, water bottles, stroller! Def want your own stroller! (Renting one from Disney is fine, but they are all the same color, so can get mixed up!) also.. Your stroller can & may be moved from where you parked it when you went on a ride! (Ours was moved 2x. Due to parade. Cast members move them. Don't fret! Just keep an eye out for where they moved it to, or ask a cast member near by.)
Sun screen! A hat! Camera! Lots of pictures!
Not ALL child rides have fast passes. But get fast passes for the rides you really wanna ride before days end.
My 17 month old did great on pirates & haunted mansion. After that we did the baby rides for him. He loved it! The hardest part was keeping him occupied in line. (Can't take stroller in line).
Keep your ticket, get your hand stamped!
We played all day, then at 5pm we took our son home he took a two hour nap & we went back to the park for fireworks & a few more rides. He stayed till closing. It was a awesome day, & we'd def do it again! :)
Have fun!!!! :)
Are you going to Disneyland California? Or disney world Florida?
Quoting elliemom1:How old is your son? I go to disney all the time. I definitely recommend bringing your own food . Get as many fast passes as you and save a seat for the parade (have to get there early) Hope you have fun!
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