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  1. cookees

    cookees Earning My Ears

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    Hi everyone!

    My MIL just announced she wants to take us all to DLR in Jan 07. The kids do not know yet as we are tentative with the dates. We are scrambling to get our passports done!

    My kids are 7 and 4. They are 51 and 41 inches tall. Which rides will they be excluding from riding?

    I haven't been to DLR in a long time so I am not sure what some of the restrictions are!

    TIA~
    Kris
     
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  3. mystic_path

    mystic_path You are never too old for a Disney movie

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    Hello!

    Welcome to Disboards. This site is AWESOME! Congrats on the Jan 07 trip. You are going to have a blast.

    Your 7 year old should be ok to go on most rides. But you have to be careful with the younger child as rides such as Soarin over Cali, BTMR, Space Mountain etc. might be a restricted ride.

    Most rides such as pirates, the haunted mansion, buzz, all the fantasyland rides and the rides in "A bugs land" will be alright for the young kids because they get buddied up with the adults anyways.
     
  4. AZMickeyfans

    AZMickeyfans <font color=purple>It's in the attitude woman! I l

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    Have a great time planning your trip! How fun.
    Here are the Disneyland height requirements:

    Disneyland® Park
    35" (89 cm) or taller
    Gadget's Go Coaster, presented by Sparkle®

    Matterhorn Bobsleds


    40" (102 cm) or taller
    Big Thunder Mountain Railroad

    Space Mountain

    Splash Mountain

    Star Tours


    46" (117 cm) or taller
    Indiana Jones™ Adventure

    Back to Top

    52" (132 cm) or taller
    Autopia, presented by Chevron


    Disney's California Adventure® Park
    40" (102 cm) or taller
    Jumpin' Jellyfish

    Soarin' Over California

    The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror™


    42" (106 cm) or taller
    Grizzly River Run

    Mulholland Madness, presented by Alamo

    Redwood Creek Challenge Trail Featuring "The Magic of Brother Bear" show

    Tuck and Roll's Drive'Em Buggies


    48" (122 cm) or taller
    California Screamin'

    Orange Stinger


    52" (132 cm) or taller
    Maliboomer
     
  5. rosiep

    rosiep <font color=deeppink>I don't drink, I try to conve

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    Hi Kris.. :wave:

    Not sure about the height requirement but I just wanted to welcome you to the boards. It's a great source for information and everyone is really great.
    Congratualtions on your upcoming adventure!
     
  6. cookees

    cookees Earning My Ears

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    Thanks for the info...so these are how they are enforced...we won't get turned around at the actual rides? I have had a few people say he won't be able to go on much! But then I know of other people that have gone with younger kids...'

    We are so excited...the kids are clueless...and well...is it January yet? :rotfl2:
     
  7. AZMickeyfans

    AZMickeyfans <font color=purple>It's in the attitude woman! I l

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    We have been waiting since March for DS3 to turn the magical height of 40 inches (with shoes on) to ride some of the big ones. He couldnt wait to go on splash and BTMRR. Tomorrow will tell if he likes them though!

    They measure little ones before you get in the queue and I've had them remeasure my son again on the Matterhorn before he got in the bobsleds because he looked so short. Luckily he was over the 36" for that ride.
     
  8. cookees

    cookees Earning My Ears

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    ok
    that is great!!!

    he is about 41.5 inches now and well...growing like crazy lol!
     

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