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Too old for Disney land Paris??

(11 Posts)
uhoh2016 Sun 22-Jan-17 21:42:46

I've never been so unsure what it's like. What's the maximum age you'd take you're dc to Disney land Paris?

Soubriquet Sun 22-Jan-17 21:44:34

You're never too old!

I'm 28 and would love to go to Disney Land Paris

It's not Florida but it's still Disney and I love Disney

TeenAndTween Sun 22-Jan-17 21:46:51

We went there for the first time with dds aged 15 and 9. 4 days there (preceded by 4 days in Paris). Had a great time.

mytinselsinatangle Sun 22-Jan-17 21:46:52

I don't think there's a maximum age limit, depends what you are going for - believing it's all real - under 5? The rides/characters - primary school age?

I probably wouldn't take tweens/teens for the first time at that age unless they requested it but am sure they would still love it. But obviously there are much better parks for big rides.

Guitargirl Sun 22-Jan-17 21:50:33

I took my children when they were aged 6 and 4, again at aged 8 and 6 and again at aged 9 and 7. They got something different out of it each time. This last time they went on all the big rides. I did notice large groups of (mainly French) teenagers (late teens too) all looking like they were having fun.

uhoh2016 Sun 22-Jan-17 21:51:20

Looking to go next year eldest would be 11 middle 9 youngest 3. I'm aware the older 2 aren't going to be amazed seeing Mickey n Minnie walking around but want to make sure they're catered for ride/excitment wise

Gooseygoosey12345 Sun 22-Jan-17 21:56:31

No one is ever too old for Disney!
I would be amazed to see Mickey and Minnie walking around grin

GlowWine Sun 22-Jan-17 22:10:35

There are plenty of rides etc to interest the older ones, some might even be too 'old' for them (we had to ask to use the 'emergency exit' on the haunted house so the kids did not have to sit through the whole ride!). Some have minimum height requirements. When we went the place was full of French teens as well as the usual families and toddlers. It definitely has something for everyone.

DeleteOrDecay Sun 22-Jan-17 22:13:28

I went for the first time when I was 20, and loved every second, so no there's definitely no upper age limitgrin

AndNoneForGretchenWieners Sun 22-Jan-17 22:14:03

DS is 16 and loves Disney. He is keen to go back to Florida but would be chuffed to go to Paris if that's all we could afford.

GlitterGlue Sun 22-Jan-17 22:23:39

Would it be possible to split it and do a day at Parc Asterix as well?

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