April 5, 2017

Disney & Disabilities: Accessibility at Epcot!

Hello friends! Continuing on in the Disabilities & Disney series I started a few weeks ago, I’m sharing all of the attractions at Epcot, and whether or not guests are required to transfer from their wheelchair. If there is something  you’d like to see added to this post, please let me know in the comments below! Okay, let’s get started!

Accessibility at Epcot

Guests may remain in wheelchair

Living with the Land*

Ellen’s Energy Adventure*

Gran Fiesta Tour*

The Seas with Nemo and Friends *

Journey into Imagination with Figment

Turtle Talk with Crush

The American Adventure

The Circle of Life

Impressions de France

O Canada!

Reflections of China








*guests in ECV’s are required to transfer to a wheelchair, and may ride the attraction in a wheelchair.

 Disney and disabilities

Guests are required to transfer

Soarin’ Around the World

Frozen Ever After

Mission: SPACE

Test Track

Test Track at Epcot


For Illuminations: Reflections of Earth, simply show us to the accessible seating area before the show to view the fireworks, and guests can remain in ECV’s or wheelchairs as always. Also for all character meets guests may remain in their wheelchair. You can find the location of the accessible seating on the park map, or from the My Disney Experience App.

Other posts in the Disney and Disabilities post series:

Disney & Disabilities: A GREAT Relationship

Disney & Disabilities: Accessibility at Magic Kingdom

Disney & Disabilities: Accessibility at Epcot (you’re here!)

As you can see, Epcot is a very accessible park because of the limited attractions and large amount of shows! It has a special place in my heart, and has one of my favourite attractions that I love riding with my sister. Before giving that away, I’ll give you a hint. It’s something that my sister wouldn’t be able to do because she’s in a wheelchair, and I love watching her face when we’re riding it! Okay, if you didn’t guess, I’m talking about Soarin’!

at Epcot

Thank you for joining me today as I talk more about accessibility at Walt Disney World!  I have a lot of experience travelling there with my sister, nd I’m really doing my best to spread the word! It means a lot to me that you stopped by today! 🙂


Thank you for reading!



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