Disney Parks Ban Kids Under 14, Kids Over 9 Pay Adult Ticket
ORLANDO, Florida -- Disney Parks announced on Saturday that children under 14 unescorted by someone older would not be permitted in its theme parks.
"If a cast member who is working at the front gates sees a guest who appears to be younger than 14 without someone who appears to be older than that, they will engage in a conversation with the guest," Disney spokeswoman Suzi Brown told NBC4.
According to the Walt Disney World website, a "Child Ticket" still remains for ages 3-9 while children 10 and over are charged the same price as adults.
But kids, there are some activities where parents are persona non grata (not welcomed) at Disney Parks, such as Alice's Tea Party at the Grand Floridian Resort in Walt Disney World.