Disney World has a ton of great attractions for toddlers and kids, but there are many attractions that have a height requirement. Whether it’s a roller coaster, a drop ride, or a simulator, you must be over a certain number of inches tall in order to go onto these attractions. These height requirements are for the guests’ safety, so don’t try to sneak someone on these rides that are too short.

Want to know if you kid can go on rides like Seven Dwarfs Mine Train at Magic Kingdom or Rise of the Resistance at Hollywood Studios? Check out this list below!

Disney World Tip: If you are traveling with a child who doesn’t meet the height requirement, consider using Disney World’s Rider Switch system. By letting your party take turns going on the ride, it can save you a lot of time and let everyone who wants to go on the ride enjoy the attraction.

Last Updated: 1/11/23 with Tron Lightcycle Run at Magic Kingdom.

Magic Kingdom Height Requirements

Space Mountain Ride Loading - Magic Kingdom Attraction

Epcot Height Requirements

Test Track - Epcot Ride

Hollywood Studios Height Requirements

Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run - Star Wars Galaxy's Edge Ride - Hollywood Studios Attraction

Animal Kingdom Height Requirements

Avatar Flight of Passage on Pandora Ð The World of Avatar at Disney's Animal Kingdom