Carrying a doll/stuffed animal around WDW?

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  1. TheSmithFamily

    TheSmithFamily Disney freak at heart, 8 going to be 9 trips from

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    So we have a trip planned to Disney World:cool1:, and I want to take my American Girl Doll with me :rolleyes1. I just want to know, will they let me on the rides with my doll? :confused3 I saw a video of a girl with her 18" doll on Test Track ..I'm guessing if they let her on it with a doll they would let me on it with a doll :goodvibes. Please please PLEASE respond! :thumbsup2:thumbsup2:thumbsup2 I don't want to get to the park and not be able to go on any rides!!! :sad2:

    OH, and we aren't doing any rides like Space Mountain, Rock n Rollercoaster, Big Thunder Mountain, etc, because my dad is coming and those rides would put his back out. Usually it's just me and my mom. But we are spending most of our time at Epcot this trip, and we are not doing Mission Space..the only thrill ride we are doing is really Test Track and it's only a maybe!
     
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  3. StarTunnel

    StarTunnel Does not compute.

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    I can't imagine why they wouldn't. I carried my baby Simba plush around hanging out of my backpack and they let me on everything! Have fun!
     
  4. MickeyisBeast

    MickeyisBeast <font color=green>Some people just don't understan

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    I mean, I'm pretty sure they'll let you. It's just going to be a hassle. One of those dolls is like carrying around a baby, there won't be a lot of room on some rides for it. If it's what you really want to do, I don't think they can really stop you from carrying around an American Girl Doll. Honestly, it seems like a hassle and I would advise against it, but that's just me
     
  5. MickeyLuvrLauren

    MickeyLuvrLauren It all started with a mouse!

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    I think they would probably let you bring it around the park...but i agree with MickeyisBeast...it will be a hassle carrying it around all day. It will be hard to fit it in the compartments for some rides, and I'm sure you will want ur hands free on some of the roller coasters, right? Im just saying that, personally, I wouldn't carry it around..
     
  6. TheSmithFamily

    TheSmithFamily Disney freak at heart, 8 going to be 9 trips from

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    I'm not doing any rollercoasters
     
  7. disneydance

    disneydance DIS Veteran

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    I do not think they will stop you but it kindof sounds like a major hassle to me also depending on your age it may look rather silly. I would recommend taking your doll tothe American Girl store and having lunch and getting your dolls hair done some other time. I've done this a couple of times with my friends just for fun and memories at the new Seattle store and promised my niece a trip there soon and overall of is real fun. Just an idea.
     
  8. Costumesaremylife

    Costumesaremylife <font color=purple>If someone's baking. I'm eating

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    Not a teen, but I love taking silly pictures with little plush disney characters. Just be really careful. I lost Wall-E in the line for Star Tours. And I lost my phone when it flew out of my very deep (and I thought, secure) pocket while riding Thunder Mountain by myself. Figure out a good way to secure your traveling partner to your stuff.
     
  9. TheSmithFamily

    TheSmithFamily Disney freak at heart, 8 going to be 9 trips from

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    I don't think I will look silly, even though I'm 13.
     
  10. wicked.witch.of.wdw

    wicked.witch.of.wdw Are you my jolly sailor bold?

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    I used to bring my little Pirates of the Caribbean dog with the keys plush around with me sometimes, everyone was totally cool with it! Your best bet would be to find a way to secure your doll on the rides (like everyone else said) so you don't lose her. Another hot tip: the characters will LOVE your doll/plush/whatever- it makes for some awesome interaction!
     
  11. Dmkgirl96

    Dmkgirl96 Mouseketeer

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    I know that they sell those bags that you can strap your doll in, and has a compartment on the bottom to sore stuff. If you don't already have one, it could be a better way of carrying around your doll.
     
  12. Annal606

    Annal606 Mouseketeer

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    Well, these are precisely I need now.
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  13. Dmkgirl96

    Dmkgirl96 Mouseketeer

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  14. Pink_Belle

    Pink_Belle Just keep swimming!

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    Whatever floats your boat. I'm sure as long as it won't fly out, become a hazard to you, or someone else, I'm sure they will let you take it wherever you wish. It IS Disney World, after all pixiedust: and they're dedicated to making your trip magical!!
     
  15. eeyoreg97

    eeyoreg97 Earning My Ears

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    i dont think they would let you cuz if it flys out of your arms and it getts lost thell say it not there falts and then you'll get really mad! sorry i dont want to sound like a bummer. :confused3
     
  16. WDWJonasGirl

    WDWJonasGirl Mouseketeer/Directioner

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    Your not alone. I always bring my stuffed Perry the Platypus with me on my vacations.
     

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