No sure about where you’re from, but in Australia where I live the minimum age is 14, though if you are under 18 you need written consent from a parent to attend a flying school. You can fly if you are younger, but can’t obtain a student pilot certificate until you’re 14 years old. I recommend going for a trial introductory flight (TIF) so that you can get a good feel for it, considering this may be something you’d like to peruse in the future like myself. I’m 14 by the way and this is a flight that I’ve done twice which costs about $200 ~ Australian dollars. You go up with a constructor, fly around for a little bit he or she will give you control of the aircraft. This is what happened in my case, you’ll be able to do a few touch and goes and if you’re lucky he may even let you land. When I did my first landing and I had control it did not go too well, 🤣🤣 it was my first control obviously and I wasn’t aligned with the runway. He then took control before landing to avoid an accident. It’s really enjoyable and I highly recommend this.
These are some pictures of when I went up.