Hello everyone! I hope you are well! Today I’m continuing on in the Disney & Disabilities post series, sharing the accessibility requirements at Disney California Adventure! This is the second park in Disneyland Resort in California, and I went for the first time in November. Okay, let’s jump in!
A few notes
As I mentioned in the Disneyland Park post, the DAS service is also available here. You can read more about that service in the posts at the bottom of the page marked with an (*). I also wanted to quickly mention that I have not used these services myself at Disneyland or Disney California Adventure because my sister wasn’t with me, and all of this information can be found on the Disneyland website or on the park maps.
guests may remain in wheelchair
Monsters, Inc. Mike & Sulley to the Rescue!*
Jessie’s Critter Carousel
Turtle Talk with Crush
Toy Story Midway Mania
The Little Mermaid- Ariel’s Undersea Adventure*
*guests in ECV’s are required to transfer to a wheelchair, and may ride the attraction in a wheelchair.
guests are required to transfer to ride vehicle
Guardian’s of the Galaxy – Mission: BREAKOUT!
Mater’s Junkyard Jamboree
Luigi’s Rollickin Roadsters
Radiator Springs Racers
Grizzly River Run
Soarin’ Around the World
Inside Out Emotional Whirlwind
Silly Symphony Swings
Goofy’s Sky School
Guests must be ambulatory
Redwood Creek Challenge Trail
In terms of entertainment there are many shows that are accessible, and I would normally mention any night shows in this category. But currently at Disney California Adventure there aren’t any! World of Color has been down since it was damaged during the transformation of Pixar Pier, and Paint the Night actually ended while I was there in November! When these shows come back (which I imagine they both will), I’m sure there are designated accessible spots that can be found on park maps.
Other posts in the Disney & Disabilites post series:
Disney & Disabilities- Accessibility at Disney California Adventure (you’re here!)
Thank you so much for joining me today!