Disney World With Kids: Attractions with Height Requirements


The grand majority of the families I plan vacations for are traveling with children. As part of the planning process it’s good to know what can and can’t do. The better information you have before you leave, the better to know what you are able to ride before you get to the park and get a son or daughter’s hopes up! Below is a list of all Disney attractions with height restrictions and the minimum requirement. They are listed by height minimum. I hope this proves to be a helpful resource to you.

Park Attraction/Ride Height
Magic Kingdom The Barnstormer 35″
Animal Kingdom Kali River Rapids 38″
Animal Kingdom Dinosaur 40″
Epcot Soarin’ 40″
Epcot Test Track 40″
Hollywood Studios The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror 40″
Hollywood Studios Star Tours – The Adventures Continue 40″
Magic Kingdom Stitch’s Great Escape 40″
Magic Kingdom Splash Mountain 40″
Magic Kingdom Big Thunder Mountain Railroad 40″
Magic Kingdom Space Mountain 44″
Animal Kingdom Expedition Everest 44″
Epcot Mission Space 44″
Animal Kingdom Primeval Whirl 48″
Hollywood Studios Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith 48″
Blizzard Beach Cross Country Creek 48″
Blizzard Beach Summit Plummet 48″
Blizzard Beach Downhill Double Dipper 48″
Typhoon Lagoon Humunga Kowabunga 48″
DisneyQuest Mighty Ducks Pinball Slam 48″
DisneyQuest Cyberspace Mountain 51″
DisneyQuest Buzz Lightyear’s AstroBlaster 51″
Typhoon Lagoon Bay Slide 52″


And remember, Disney offers a rider swap option for many of its attractions. For more information, check out my previous post!

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