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New Age Limits Restrict Minors From Entering Disney Parks Alone

19 March 2013 No Comment

Beginning this Saturday, children under the age of 14 will no longer be permitted to enter Disney Parks in the U.S. without an adult accompanying them.

While many probably thought a rule like this was already in place, it’s actually a new guideline. Disney states that no particular incident triggered the new rule.

To enforce the rule, Cast Members manning entry points will monitor guests, and engage them in conversation if they suspect the person in question is under 14. If so, the parents or guardians of the child will be contacted to accompany the child into the park.

The change takes place for both Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resorts.  There is no word on age restriction at other Disney parks around the world.

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