Carrying weapons or anything that looks like one
Even if you have a CHL (concealed handgun license), Disney World does not permit Guests to bring handguns or any other type of gun into the parks. Disney’s policies and procedures further state that Guests are not permitted to bring in any items to the parks that look like weapons, which means your little boy will not be able to bring in his water guns. Again, this is for the safety and protection of everyone who visits the parks.
Using loud profanity
Simply stated, Disney World is a big place, but there’s no room there for profanity, vulgar language or inappropriate talk. Disney World is a family vacation destination, and this kind of behavior on the part of any Guest, whether toward his own family members, other Guests or Cast Members will not be tolerated in the parks. You’re at Disney World—where there are a million things to be excited and happy about. So, as Mom always said (and so did Thumper from Disney’s Bambi), if you can’t say something nice, don’t say anything at all.
Exhibiting blatant disrespect for, or disobedience toward, a Cast Member
When a Cast Member gives instructions or directions to Guests, whether those Guests are minors or adults, those Guests are expected to comply with the instructions. After all, Cast Members are only giving instructions in an effort to guarantee the safety and well-being of Guests visiting in the parks. Blatant disregard for requests made or directions given by a Cast Member can result in removal from the parks, but it can also result in a dangerous situation (i.e., standing up in a moving ride vehicle when you’re asked to be seated). Don’t take the chance. It’s not worth it.