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Best Disney World Rides for Toddlers, Babies & Small Kids

Unfortunately, not all kids are able to ride all the attractions at Walt Disney World due to height restrictions or rides being too scary. That’s why we made this list of the Best Disney World rides for toddlers, babies and small children.

Best Disney World rides for toddlers and kids

In this post, we rank all the best rides for toddlers at Disney World so that parents know exactly which attractions are best-suited for their children. After all, parents are often eager to share the magic with their kids that their parents shared with them, and they can’t wait to experience Disney World through their young eyes.

There’s no denying Walt Disney World is a paradise for kids, with dozens of cool rides to enjoy. Some parents though debate whether it’s too soon to bring their kids or if they should wait until they are older.

In our opinion, it’s never too soon so start making those magical memories with your family, no matter how young your kids are. It doesn’t matter if you have babies, toddlers, pre-schoolers or young kids, you will definitely find rides they will enjoy.

You’ll find our list of the best rides for toddlers is much different than our list of the overall best rides at Disney World. That list of course is slanted towards rides that older children and parents will appreciate more and can actually ride.

Disney World Kids Rides for Toddlers

However, just because the rides in this post are for small children, it’s doesn’t mean adults can’t enjoy them too, especially when you see the joy on your child’s face as they experience them for the first time!

Lastly, we’ll share the list of rides that are not good for toddlers and how you can use the Rider Switch service to avoid waiting in long lines if you and your significant other still want to go on them.

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Walt Disney World Attractions for Toddlers Overview

Before we get into the specific rankings, let’s go over some general info about attractions for toddlers at Walt Disney World.

Is Disney World Good for a 1-Year Old? 2-Year Old? 3-Year Old?

Most parents wonder if their children are too young to go to Disney World. Is it even feasible to bring a baby such as a 1-year old or a 2-year old on a Disney Vacation?

Thankfully, it’s totally possible and can be quite enjoyable for both parents and toddlers. No matter how old your children are, there is something for them to do. In fact, you will start getting them used to theme parks and rides in general, which will make future trips even more fun.

Toddlers and little kids rising Disney World

My parents started bringing me to Walt Disney World when I was 18 months old, and brought me every year after. The first trip took some getting used to, but we’ve since enjoyed so many incredible memories together and continue going together to this day.

Of course, you won’t be bringing toddlers on rides that have a lot of thrills or are scary for small children, but the majority of rides at Walt Disney World are perfectly adapted for babies and toddlers. Most have no height restrictions which means both parents and all children, big or small can go on together.

Which Disney Park has the Best Rides for Toddlers?

By far the best park at Walt Disney World for toddlers is the Magic Kingdom. It has a total of 27 rides and attractions that are suitable for toddlers giving you a wide variety of choices that you most likely will not be able to do in one day.

EPCOT and the Animal Kingdom both have a decent amount of rides for babies and small kids. The worst park for toddlers is Hollywood Studios as most of its best rides are specifically made for teens or adults and have a lot of thrills.

Height Requirements

How do you know which rides your kids can go on? Some attractions have height requirements so if a guest is under the specified height for that attraction, they will not be allowed entrance. This is for the safety of your children as rides are made with certain specifications, and kids that are too small would not be safe if they don’t meet those standards.

To make things easy, read the full list of Disney World Ride Height Requirements so you know ahead of time which attractions your kids can go on and which ones they have to skip.

Best Rides at Disney World for Toddlers Ranked

Disney Rides for Toddlers Winnie the Pooh

There are so many rides at Disney World for toddlers that we made a list of all the best ones so you know which ones to bring them on and which ones to skip. We broke down these rides by park and put them in order from best to worst.

It doesn’t matter if you are going to the Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Hollywood Studios, or the Animal Kingdom, we’ve got you covered here!

While most of these attractions would be much lower if aimed at adults, we ranked them through the eyes of a child, taking into consideration which ones would be most fun for them. We also weighed ride length, theming and overall popularity.

Most of the rides we ranked have no height restrictions, and only a couple of them have very low height requirements of 32-35 inches, which the average 3 or 4-year old should be able to do.

Magic Kingdom Rides for Toddlers

Toddler scared on Disney World Rides

If you have small kids or toddlers, Magic Kingdom park is the best place to go in Disney World. Of all the theme parks, this one is the most kid-friendly and has dozens of rides that both toddlers and parents or grandparents can ride together.

Here is a list of the Top 10 attractions for toddlers at Magic Kingdom Park:

  1. “it’s a small world”
  2. Peter Pan’s Flight
  3. Dumbo the Flying Elephant
  4. Under the Sea ~ Journey of The Little Mermaid
  5. The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
  6. Jungle Cruise
  7. Pirates of the Caribbean
  8. Mad Tea Party
  9. Tomorrowland Speedway
  10. Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin

Below we break down all 28 attractions at the Magic Kingdom that children from 1-4 years old are able to ride. A couple have low height restrictions and others might be slightly boring or scary depending on your kids. We’ll explain them all to you in order so you know which ones are best for your children.

1. “it’s a small world”

Best rides for kids at Magic Kingdom

Location – Fantasyland
Height Requirement – Any Height

“it’s a small world” definitely won’t find its way on many list of the best rides for adults, but kids absolutely love it. It’s a slow-moving boat ride which is easy for babies, and the long ride time gives everyone a nice break from the Floridan heat.

All the hundreds of animated dolls and colors throughout the ride will mesmerize toddlers, and they will be singing the ride’s theme song the whole time. That’s why it’s one of the best rides for toddlers in any theme park.

2. Peter Pan’s Flight

Location – Fantasyland
Height Requirement – Any Height

Peter Pan’s Flight is one of the most popular rides at Disney World for guests of all age groups, but toddlers absolutely love it. Even if they’ve been on other rides before, they will love the sensation of flying over London and Neverland as they join Peter Pan, Wendy, John, Michael, Captain Hook and more.

Parents are welcome to hold children on their lap on this ride, just watch out if you have an extra squirmy baby. We recommend a FastPass+ for Peter Pan’s Flight as wait times are some of the longest at the Magic Kingdom.

3. Dumbo the Flying Elephant

Dumbo Magic Kingdom

Location – Fantasyland
Height Requirement – Any Height

Spinner rides are great for babies toddlers, and Dumbo is the best of the group at Disney World. In fact, the might be THE quintessential ride for small children. There is something about flying high and going around and around that just calms them and gets them relaxed.

Depending on how scared of heights your child is, you can either go up and down or keep the vehicle at a low height. The indoor play area that is part of the interactive queue will also keep your kids highly entertained and it will keep you sane while you are waiting to ride. Depending on what other rides you have planned you may want to use a FastPass+ here, especially if you want to ride twice.

4. Under the Sea ~ Journey of The Little Mermaid

Location – Fantasyland
Height Requirement – Any Height

Most likely your kids are big fans of The Little Mermaid, and this is a slow-moving re-telling of the classic Disney animated film. The clam shell vehicles hold 3 people each. The music is present throughout the ride which is upbeat and great to sing along to.

There are also a lot of bright characters and sets which will keep your toddler’s attention the whole time. This is one of our favorite Fantasyland attractions to begin with, and your kids will love it too.

5. The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh

Location – Fantasyland
Height Requirement – Any Height

I don’t know if I’ve ever met a toddler that doesn’t love Winnie the Pooh and his furry friends from the Hundred Acre Wood. The honey pot vehicles are great since they hold up to 6 guests each, enough for a few kids.

The interactive queue outside is very hands-on and will keep your child’s attention for the 30 minutes or so it usually takes to get through the line. Once you board the ride, your toddler will like the gentile bouncing up and down and colorful sets. It will quickly become one of your kid’s favorites.

6. Jungle Cruise

Jungle Cruise with toddlers Magic Kingdom

Location – Adventureland
Height Requirement – Any Height

The Jungle Cruise is a fantastic attraction for both toddlers and adults alike. This classic Disney ride goes all the way back to opening day at Disneyland and still is a guest favorite. Guests are loaded onto a slow-moving boat ride, deep into the jungle.

There are plenty of animatronic animals like elephants, lions, zebras, hippos and tigers. Your toddler will find it very stimulating and will have a blast pointing them all out to you. They won’t understand the one-liners and jokes, but that’s why the parents and grandparents will enjoy it.

7. Pirates of the Caribbean

Location – Adventureland
Height Requirement – Any Height

Pirates of the Caribbean is a part of any “best Disney rides” list, including one for babies and small children. If you have a 3 or 4-year old, they may already be into pirates, in which case this will be their favorite ride at Disney World.

It’s a slow-moving boat ride which is pretty tame and only has one small drop, but nothing they can’t handle. Some of the scenes at the beginning of the ride are dark and might be a little scary, but most toddlers love it. The music is perhaps the best of any ride and will have your child singing along. Don’t forget the shop at the attraction exit, they will love all the pirate gear!

8. Mad Tea Party

Location – Fantasyland
Height Requirement – Any Height

Every toddler loves the teacups, or the Mad Tea Party as it is officially known. Depending on how much your child likes to spin, you can whip these things around and around, and even let them spin. Honestly, who doesn’t have memories riding the teacups as a child? Now you can pass those on to your children too!

9. Tomorrowland Speedway

Best Disney World Kids Rides

Location – Tomorrowland
Height Requirement – 32 inches (81cm)

Driving a car around a racetrack is any small child’s dream come true, which is why they will love the Tomorrowland Speedway. They may look fast, but don’t worry, they top out at only 7 mph. This ride does have a 32 inch height requirement, but toddlers from 2 to 3 years old will likely make the cutoff.

Adults will find the cars to be slow with terrible handling, but children can’t get enough of these things and some of their strongest memories once grown will be taking a lap around the track with mommy or daddy.

10. Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin

Disney World rides with kids

Location – Tomorrowland
Height Requirement – Any Height

Blast off into outer space? Check. A video game with laser blasters? Double check. Even from a young age, kids today can’t resist a good game and will want to help Buzz Lightyear defeat Emperor Zerg and his minions in this Tomorrowland dark ride.

Even if they are too young to understand the concept of the game, they will love the Toy Story theming, lights and lasers. This ride can sometimes get crowded so look for a same-day FastPass+ if available.

11. Tomorrowland Transit Authority Peoplemover

Location – Tomorrowland
Height Requirement – Any Height

The Tomorrowland Transit Authority PeopleMover is already one of out top rides at Disney World and it just so happens your toddlers will enjoy it too. Think of it as a small shuttle moving high above Tomorrowland and offering some of the best views at the Magic Kingdom.

If your children are tired, it’s a perfect opportunity to take a break and even a nap as it lasts a good 10 minutes. Sometimes it even gets held up so you may get a few extra minutes for that snooze. The best part is it’s usually a walk-on, so no long wait times here.

12. The Magic Carpets of Aladdin

Location – Adventureland
Height Requirement – Any Height

Here is the next spinner ride, and it’s very similar to all the rest. The Magic Carpets of Aladdin is located in Adventureland, but there is no big difference between this and Dumbo, and it goes up and down and around the same. If your toddler likes one, they will like them all.

The nice thing about the Magic Carpets is they hold 4 people, so it makes a nice photo-op for the whole family together. Be careful for the water-spitting camel as your child may get slightly wet!

13. Prince Charming Regal Carrousel

Disney World Rides for Toddlers Prince Charming Carrousel

Location – Fantasyland
Height Requirement – Any Height

The Prince Charming Regal Carrousel is the oldest attraction in the park and a great ride to bring babies or toddlers on. Small children love the gentle spinning of this ride and the up and down bouncing of the horses.

Parents might not love it or get dizzy going around and around, but toddlers will love the upbeat Disney songs and all the colorful horses.

14. Tom Sawyer Island

Location – Frontierland
Height Requirement – Any Height

Looking for a place to let your toddler blow off steam in the Magic Kingdom? Look no further than Tom Sawyer Island. This is a secluded escape away from the crowds and will allow your little ones to run around a bit and unwind.

There are plenty of adventures to uncover and cool spaces to explore like caves, a bridge and an old fort. Toddlers will also enjoy the raft ride it takes to get to Tom Sawyer Island.

15. Monsters Inc. Laugh Floor

Location – Tomorrowland
Height Requirement – Any Height

This interactive show is hilarious and enjoyed by guests of all ages, including toddlers. Characters from the Monsters Inc. films interact with guests in the audience, trying to make them laugh enough to fill the “Laugh-o-meter.”

It’s a long show so it gives your kids a chance to rest their feet and they will love becoming part of the show!

16. Walt Disney World Railroad

Walt Disney World Railroad Magic Kingdom

Location – Main Street U.S.A.
Height Requirement – Any Height

Practically all children love trains and they will be thrilled to get on The Walt Disney World Railroad for a spin around the Magic Kingdom. This is a slow-moving ride and a chance for little ones and parents to take a rest before heading off to another part of the park.

Your toddlers will feel like they’ve been transported back to the turn of the century in a real, working, steam-engine train. You can jump on the railroad at one of three locations including Main Street U.S.A., Frontierland and Fantasyland.

17. Country Bear Jamboree

Location – Frontierland
Height Requirement – Any Height

The Country Bear Jamboree is a classic Disney attraction, and the singing bears are sure to keep your toddler’s attention. The humor is aimed at adults and the jokes will go right over their heads, but it’s all about the music and cute (or ugly) bears here. Easily one of the best Disney attractions for toddlers.

18. Enchanted Tales with Belle

Enchanted Tales with Belle Magic Kingdom

Location – Fantasyland
Height Requirement – Any Height

Enchanted Tales with Belle is a sort of attraction/character meet hybrid which re-enacts some of the moments from The Beauty and the Beast story with The Wardrobe, Lumiere, and Belle all making appearances.

Some guests are asked to participate in the interactive experience, so your young ones may actually get a role in the attraction. If they are fans of Beauty and the Beast, they are going to love this.

19. Astro Orbiter

Location – Tomorrowland
Height Requirement – Any Height

Astro Orbiter is another spinner ride at the Magic Kingdom, only this time in Tomorrowland. This is the highest of them all, so if your child is afraid of heights you might want to skip this one. Toddlers tend to love the spaceship design of the ride vehicles and will be delighted to “blast-off in them.”

You can control your vehicle, choosing to go up or down. For a really cool experience, try riding at night when the whole park is lit up.

20. Swiss Family Treehouse

Location – Adventureland
Height Requirement – Any Height

Are there any small children who don’t want to live in a treehouse? Your little ones will love to explore this attraction and dream about what it’s like to live there. There are a lot of stairs, so make sure to keep them in plain site and even hold their hand.

21. The Barnstormer

Riding the Barnstormer with toddlers

Location – Fantasyland
Height Requirement – 35 inches (89cm)

The Barnstormer is a kid’s roo coaster in Fantasyland. This is the smallest coaster in Walt Disney World and is a good “first coaster” for your young one before moving on to the bigger ones on your next trip.

It does have a 35-inch height requirement, but most children ages 3 or 4 should meet those requirements. It’s also really short and only one minute long, so if they hate it, you won’t have to endure much screaming.

22. Mickey’s PhilharMagic

Location – Fantasyland
Height Requirement – Any Height

When the afternoon rolls around and you are tired out from all the running, Mickey’s PhilharMagic is a great choice to sit and rest up out of the heat. Toddlers will love this 3D show which features characters from some of the most popular Disney animated films like “The Little Mermaid,” “The Lion King,” “Beauty and the Beast,” and “Aladdin.”

They will also enjoy the lights and special effects in the animated musical sequences. For sure a top attraction for toddlers.

23. Liberty Square Riverboat

Location – Liberty Square
Height Requirement – Any Height

When you are looking for a slow ride to catch your breath and give your young ones a rest, the Liberty Square Riverboat is a good option. If the boat isn’t crowded, they can even walk around a bit and stretch their legs.

24. Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room

Enchanted Tiki Room Disney World

Location – Adventureland
Height Requirement – Any Height

The Enchanted Tiki Room is one of the only remaining classic attractions that Walt Disney himself hand a hand in creating. Toddlers won’t appreciate this fact, but they will like the dozens of animatronic birds singing throughout the show.

They won’t get the jokes, but there are plenty of cool lighting effects to keep them stimulated, including thunder and lightning, and they will love the music.

25. Main Street Vehicles

Location – Main Street U.S.A.
Height Requirement – Any Height

These old-time cars ride up and down Main Street U.S.A taking guests with them. While not the most exciting ride at the Magic Kingdom, your toddlers will like the look and feel of the cars and it makes a nice start to the day.

26. Walt Disney’s Carousel of Progress

Carousel of Progress Magic Kingdom

Location – Tomorrowland
Height Requirement – Any Height

The Carousel of Progress is one of our favorite all-time Disney World rides and it’s no problem to bring toddlers. This ride/show takes a look at an American family at the turn of the century, and follows them into our day.

There isn’t much for kids to be interested in and they will probably end up sleeping during it. At least that’s 21 minutes when you get a break. We recommend it as it gives everyone a chance to re-charge and cool down from the heat.

27. The Hall of Presidents

Location – Liberty Square
Height Requirement – Any Height

The Hall of Presidents has no height restrictions so you can bring children of any age here, including babies, however most small kids will find it pretty boring and not very stimulating. As one of the longest attractions in Disney World at approximately 25 minutes, it may be a great opportunity to give your little one a nap. Don’t be surprised if you end up taking one too!

28. Haunted Mansion

Location – Liberty Square
Height Requirement – Any Height

While technically the Haunted Mansion is ok for toddlers since there is not a height requirement, it might not be for YOUR child. Adults will see this ride as mostly whimsical and funny humor, but small children might be scared of the dark rooms, creepy voices and ghosts.

You also might find that very young children such as 1-year olds might not be scared since they don’t really understand what’s going on, but children around age 3 might be terrified. You know your children best so if you think they can handle it, there is no other restrictions stopping them from riding.

EPCOT Rides for Toddlers

Rides for Kids at EPCOT Gran Fiesta Tour

Even though people don’t always associate kid’s rides with EPCOT, there are a surprising number of rides here your little ones will enjoy. Disney has slowly been working more characters into the park, and more are on the way in the next few years.

The original mission statement for the park was to educate and entertain families and people of all ages, and while not quite as much as in the past, there are still enough rides that do that today, even for small children.

Here is a list of the Top rides for toddlers at EPCOT:

  1. Frozen Ever After
  2. The Seas with Nemo & Friends
  3. Gran Fiesta Tour Starring The Three Caballeros
  4. Turtle Talk with Crush
  5. Journey Into Imagination with Figment
  6. SeaBase
  7. Spaceship Earth
  8. Living with the Land
  9. The American Adventure

Let’s look at all the EPCOT rides for small children in more detail:

1. Frozen Ever After

Location – World Showcase (Norway pavilion)
Height Requirement – Any Height

Most toddlers are fans of the Disney animated films in the Frozen franchise, and will love riding Frozen Ever After in the Norway pavilion. They will see Anna, Elsa, Olaf, Sven and more of their favorite characters from the movies, as well as some really cool animatronic figures and lighting effects.

This ride has no height restrictions and you can fit the entire family in one of the boats. The only part that might scare some toddlers is the backwards drop, though it isn’t very steep and doesn’t las long.

2. The Seas with Nemo & Friends

Disney World Rides for Toddlers The Seas with Nemo

Location – Future World West (The Seas)
Height Requirement – Any Height

The Seas with Nemo & Friends is a very similar attraction to Under the Sea – Journey of the Little Mermaid and guests ride in an almost identical clam shell ride vehicle. This is a slow-moving dark ride and if your kids are fans of Finding Nemo, they will be enthralled.

There are some cool effects throughout, especially the bubbles scene with Crush and the other turtles. Toddlers will also like the projections of Nemo into the aquarium. Definitely a top ride for small kids at EPCOT.

3. Gran Fiesta Tour Starring The Three Caballeros

Location – World Showcase (Mexico pavilion)
Height Requirement – Any Height

Even if your children are not familiar with The Three Caballeros characters, they will like the Gran Fiesta Tour. Slow-moving boat rides are perfect for babies, making this one of your best choices in EPCOT.

The upbeat music will keep them entertained, as well as the bright colors, painted dolls and video screens with Donald Duck. It also usually has a short wait so no need to stand in long lines.

4. Turtle Talk with Crush

Location – Future World West (The Seas)
Height Requirement – Any Height

This interactive screen-based show is very similar to the Monsters Inc. Laugh Floor over at the Magic Kingdom, and toddlers will like it just as much. The special effects here are so good, many adults wonder how they can make the characters talk like that, and kids are just blown-away when they see it.

This is a very underrated attraction for small kids and a must-do for fans of Finding Nemo and Finding Dory.

5. Journey Into Imagination with Figment

Journey Into Imagination ride vehicles

Location – Future World West (Imagination)
Height Requirement – Any Height

Even though we aren’t particularly thrilled with this version of the attraction, it is still one of the most popular with toddlers. Figment is the star of the show and is highly entertaining for kids and adults. I mean, how could you NOT love the friendly, purple dragon.

Young ones will be stimulated with all senses including sight, sound, and even a few bad smells along the way. It’s a slow-moving ride and you can fit 3-4 guests per row, especially if some of them are small.

6. SeaBase

Location – Future World West (The Seas)
Height Requirement – Any Height

Another underrated stop for toddlers is the SeaBase aquarium. This is essentially the unload area after The Seas with Nemo & Friends and is perfect to explore after that ride is done. You’ll find yourself in one of the largest salt-water aquariums in the world, with dozens of species of fish, turtles, dolphins, manatees, and even sharks living here.

Take your young ones around to each tank to explore and see what they can find. A great attraction for toddlers and you can easily spend 30 minutes here.

7. Spaceship Earth

Location – Future World
Height Requirement – Any Height

Spaceship Earth is one of the best rides in Disney World, and it is also accessible to babies and small children. It’s a slow-moving dark ride that takes you inside the giant spheric dome of Spaceship Earth with a look at the history of human communication.

While there is no height requirement, toddlers will likely find this ride boring as there are not a lot of bright lights or stimulation for them. The ride is also pretty dark, and some little ones might find it a little scary.

8. Living with the Land

Living with the Land EPCOT with kids

Location – Future World (The Land)
Height Requirement – Any Height

Another slow-moving boat ride which in theory is good toddlers. Like some of the other rides though, it’s not the most interesting ride for them. If they stay awake until they get to the greenhouse, they may enjoy looking at all the plants with fruits and vegetables growing on them, but they won’t really understand what the narration is explaining.

9. The American Adventure

Location – World Showcase (American Adventure pavilion)
Height Requirement – Any Height

The American Adventure is one of Disney Imagineering’s finest achievements, and small children are welcome in this theater show attraction. There are multiple elaborate scenes featuring audio animatronics, but nothing too interesting for small kids. They won’t follow the overall, but it does serve as a great napping opportunity for them and a break for parents.

Hollywood Studios Rides for Toddlers

Lightning McQueen audio-animatronic Racing Academy

There are many fewer rides for toddlers at Hollywood Studios, in fact, it’s the worst park for children ages 1-4. That being said, there are still some rides they will enjoy and we don’t recommend skipping the park entirely unless you are really strapped for time.

Here is a list of the Top rides for toddlers and small kids at Disney’s Hollywood Studios:

  1. Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway
  2. Lightning McQueen’s Racing Academy
  3. Toy Story Mania!
  4. Alien Swirling Saucers
  5. Muppet*Vision 3D
  6. Vacation Fun (Mickey Shorts Theater)

Let’s look at each one in more detail…

1. Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway

Picnic basket Mickey and Minnie's Runaway Railway

Location – Chinese Theater
Height Requirement – Any Height

This is Hollywood Studios’ newest ride and now the best for toddlers in the entire park. Mickey and Minnie are classic Disney characters that almost all children absolutely adore and they will love following them on this crazy picnic ride.

The trackless ride vehicles are amazing and provide a lot of movement and fun for everyone. They will have a ball in the dance room with Daisy Duck! This ride is extremely stimulating and interesting for toddlers with tons of bright lights and special effects coming from the projection mapping technology. A must-ride for all kids.

2. Lightning McQueen’s Racing Academy

Location – Hollywood Blvd.
Height Requirement – Any Height

Lightning McQueen’s Racing Academy is an attraction/show hybrid and great for little ones and fans of the Cars film franchise. Kids will find it super interesting as Lightning McQueen teaches the audience how to race. There is a huge screen all around the room to watch all the cars whizzing by, cool sound effects, and an incredible audio-animatronic at the front of the room of McQueen.

By far one of the best rides for toddlers and not to be missed.

3. Toy Story Mania!

Location – Toy Story Land
Height Requirement – Any Height

Kids love Toy Story Mania!, the super-popular ride/video game hybrid. The idea is to shoot the Toy Story-themed targets with your canon blaster as they fly by, all the while accumulating a score.

Depending on how old our children are, they may or may not understand the game, but we’ve seen kids as small as 3 or 4 playing along just fine. Even if they are babies and don’t understand what’s going on, they will find the moving vehicles and all the objects flying by extremely interesting.

4. Alien Swirling Saucers

Best Rides for Toddlers Hollywood Studios

Location – Toy Story Land
Height Requirement – 32 inches (81cm)

Alien Swirling Saucers is a classing spinning ride and popular with young children. It does have a height requirement of 32 inches, but many kids between 2-4 years old meet this requirement. Up to 3 guests can ride at a time.

It’s one of the only true kid’s rides at Hollywood Studios and will likely be a hit with your little ones.

5. Muppet*Vision 3D

Location – Grand Avenue
Height Requirement – Any Height

The Muppets are funny for kids of all ages, including toddlers. Even though some of the humor is for adults, they will love all the “cheap 3D tricks” included in the show such as water sprays, a pie in the face, and Waldo the all-3D character.

6. Vacation Fun (Mickey Shorts Theater)

Location – Echo Lake
Height Requirement – Any Height

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