Inventions query

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  1. julie 'o'

    julie 'o' Mouseketeer

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    We are thinkng of going to Inventions on our trip in Nov as it sounds lovely, just wondered if anyone knows our oldest dd will be 13 will she be charged as an adult thanks:goodvibes
     
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  3. DLPdaft

    DLPdaft <font color=royalblue>Cannot stop singing "Just li Moderator

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    I think she will, as children's meal prices are generally only up to and including age 11 at DLRP.
     
  4. pigby

    pigby <font color=66CC33>This one might be a little more

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    We went when my DD was 13 and we paid full price - sorry - it's because it's a buffet. At least it is not as bad as WDW where kids are only kids up to age 9!

    My Dd is now 15 and still prefers kids meals - had no problem ordering kids meals in restaurants in WDW for her but wondered if DLRP might be the same - it's a couple of years since we've been.
     
  5. mollies_mum

    mollies_mum DIS Veteran

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    Sorry to but in but can I please just ask is there a child price? From what I understand it is almost 50 euros per person, is it cheaper for children or do they pay the same as adults?
    Thanks :thumbsup2
     
  6. scottwb

    scottwb Mouseketeer

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    My 12 year old had to pay for adult meals throughout, with one exception, because she had turned 12 in Feb and we were there in Apr the greeter at Cafe Mickey let her in on a child's meal which was really nice of her.
     
  7. lilacgems23

    lilacgems23 DIS Veteran

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    do they ask for id if your child is under 3? my nephew is 2.5 but looks older and he doesnt eat much in dlp from the excitment so would be a waste of money and i know under 3s eat free at buffets
     
  8. Ware Bears

    Ware Bears Bring me that horizon Moderator

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    If he looks old for his age then I think it would be a good idea if you carried either his passport or a photocopy of it, if you didn't want to carry the original around, just in case his age is queried.
     
  9. nobby

    nobby Why look for the way out when you know the way in

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    Yes he will - we have just come back from a trip. Adult price 12 years upwards at Euro 48. You could however say he doesn't eat big portions and ask- sometimes the waiter will use discretion and charge as a child.
     

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