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Old 04-17-2013, 07:35 PM   #1
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Height requirement?

It's been many years since we've had to be aware of height requirements for attractions at WDW. In a few months we will be at Disney with my son and his family and my 2-year-old grandson loves Buzz Lightyear. Does anyone know if there is a height requirement for this ride like with some of the others? Thanks!
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It's been many years since we've had to be aware of height requirements for attractions at WDW. In a few months we will be at Disney with my son and his family and my 2-year-old grandson loves Buzz Lightyear. Does anyone know if there is a height requirement for this ride like with some of the others? Thanks!
There is no height requirement for either Buzz Lightyear's Ride in MK or for Toy Story Mania in Hollywood Studios.

Buzz is also often hanging out near his ride in MK so be sure and check that out.

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On Toy Story Mania make sure to hold on tight to them when it spins. My Granddaughter was 1.5 yrs old her first time. She loved when the ride spun, she'd laugh so hard. My son in law held her the whole time.
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you can find all that info on allears.net. click on theme parks and then ride restrictions. it's a great site.
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Thanks for all the information!
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