10 Rules You Absolutely Cannot Break At Walt Disney World

2. You cannot use Disney World as a daycare.

Disney World is fun for kids of all ages. But Disney World is not a daycare. Disney’s rules and regulations state that children under age 14 must be accompanied in the parks by someone who is 14 years old or older, and children under age 7 who want to board a ride vehicle at an attraction must be accompanied by a Guest who is 14 years old or older. Children are not permitted to “explore” Disney World unaccompanied.  (Photo credit: Disney)