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13 Items You Should NEVER Bring Inside a Disney Theme Park- EVER!

Let's reflect... What seemingly harmless item(s) have you ever had confiscated from you at a security checkpoint? That's an easy question, I clearly remember during an especially heated day in NY having my son's unopened lemonade juice pouch confiscated from my mommy bag during a bag search at Fleet Week. Most recently, a small, unopened bottle of ginger ale that was just peacefully being toted about in my notorious mommy bag. Not too terrible of a track record for a mom on-the-go, however, there's one proven way to avoid security checkpoint confusion- know before you go. Here are 13 items that you should NEVER bring with you inside of a Disney Theme Park- EVER!

13 Items You Should NEVER Bring Inside a Disney Theme Park- EVER!

Thank me later, I did a little research while planning and prepping for our upcoming Disney adventure and I came across firsthand info worth sharing, we're bringing to you the current Walt Disney World Resorts Park Rules-

Disney Theme Parks Prohibited Items

Photo Credit: Sandy Nussbaum Giercyk

The following items may not be brought into the Parks:
1- Recreational devices such as drones, remote control toys, skateboards, scooters, inline skates, shoes with built-in wheels.

2- Alcoholic beverages, marijuana or any illegal substance.

3- Strollers larger than 36"x 52" (92cm x 132cm). Suitcases, coolers or backpacks, with or without wheels, larger than 24" long x 15" wide x 18" high (61cm x 38cm x 46cm).

4- Any trailer-like object that is pushed or towed by an Electronic Conveyance Vehicle, wheelchair or stroller, or pulled by a person, including wagons.

5- Wheeled mobility devices with less than 3 wheels or devices that cannot maintain stability and balance when stopped, unpowered or unoccupied. Training wheels or similar modifications are not permitted. Devices must be manually or electrically powered and operated at a walking pace. Devices should be single rider and not exceed 36" (92cm) in width and 52" (132cm) in length.

6- Weapons of any kind, objects that appear to be weapons or toy guns (also including toy blasters, squirt guns, etc.)

7- Folding chairs.

8- Selfie sticks, hand-held extension poles for cameras or mobile devices.

9- Large tripods.

10- Glass containers (excluding small containers such as baby food jars).

11- Pets or other animals, except approved service animals e.g., dogs and miniature horses. Service animals should remain on a leash or in a harness and under the control of the owner at all times. Due to the nature of some attractions, service animals may not be permitted to ride certain attractions.

12- Balloons and plastic straws are not permitted in Disney’s Animal Kingdom Park for the safety of our animals.

13- Other items that we determine may be harmful or disruptive.

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