Starting Saturday, all Walt Disney World and Disneyland resorts and parks in the U.S. will no longer allow unsupervised guests who are 14 years or younger. Disney selected the age of 14 after surveying guests and speaking with organizations dealing with child welfare, Disney spokesperson Suzi Brown told NBC4. She added that no particular incident triggered the policy change. The Associated Press, via NBC News, has more on this story.
Disney parks ban unsupervised kids 14 years and younger