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Walt Disney World Height Requirements

If you are anything like me, measuring your child’s hight leads to celebrations when they reach a new Disney height requirement milestone.  Just before our last trip, my three-year-old hit the 40″ mark and I had to stop myself from throwing a party. The memories made on that very first Splash Mountain or Expedition Everest ride are unforgettable! With that in mind, here is a list of height requirements to keep handy when you make that next notch on the door frame.

 

Magic Kingdom:
2018 WDW
32 Inches:
Tomorrowland Speedway (must be 54 inches to drive)
35 Inches:
Goofy’s Barnstormer
38 Inches:
Seven Dwarfs Mine Train
40 Inches:
Big Thunder Mountain Railroad
Splash Mountain
44 Inches:
Space Mountain

 

Epcot:
FastPass+Epcot
40 Inches:
Soarin’
Test Track
Mission: Space Green
44 Inches:
Mission: Space Orange

 

Hollywood Studios:
What's Left Hollywood Studios
32 Inches:
Alien Swirling Saucers
38 Inches:
Slinky Dog Dash
40 Inches:
Star Tours
Tower of Terror
48 Inches:
Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster

 

Animal Kingdom:
5 Spots Animal Kingdom
38 Inches:
Kali River Rapids
40 Inches:
Dinosaur
44 Inches:
Expedition Everest
Flights of Passage
48 Inches:
Primeval Whirl

 

Blizzard Beach:
Water Parks
32 Inches:
Chair Lift
48 Inches:
Downhill Double Dipper
Slush Gusher
Summit Plummet

 

Typhoon Lagoon:

48 Inches:
Crush ‘n’ Gusher
Humunga Kowabunga

 

Anything not listed is open to guests of any height!
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Jill Bivins

Jill Bivins is a lifelong Disney fan and mom to a precocious three year old son. Her first visit to Walt Disney World was in 1987 (when she was two) and she has made well over a dozen trips since. When Jill isn't at Disney, she's eitherplanning her next trip or scheming up ways to convince her husband to agree to go to Disney.

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