Hello friends! Today’s post is on a topic I’ve very passionate about, Disney & Disabilites! Since I went to Disneyland in November, I wanted to write a post about the services available to guests with disabilities, just like I did with all of the parks at Walt Disney World! Today I’m starting with Disneyland Park, and I’ll be back in a few weeks covering Disney California Adventure. Okay, let’s get started!
I just wanted to start by saying that I don’t have personal experience using these services at Disneyland, because my sister wasn’t with us. But I’ve found this information from the park maps and the Disneyland website!
Disability Access Service
Just like at Walt Disney World, the DAS service is available for guests who aren’t able to wait in a conventional queue. You can visit Guest Relations on the first day of your trip to get the pass, and they will take the picture of the guest in your party requiring the service, and scan the tickets of everyone in your party. You can then go to the FastPass line to get a time to come back, and when entering the line, the ticket of the person requiring the service must be scanned first.
For some attractions guests may be directed to a line other than the Fastpass line.
Guests May remain in wheelchair
The Disneyland Story presenting Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln
The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh*
Davy Crockett’s Explorer Canoes
Pirates Lair on Tom Sawyer Island
Mark Twain Riverboat
Frontierland Shootin’ Exposition
King Arthur Carrousel
Finding Nemo Submarine VoyageBuzz Lightyears Astro Blasters
Sleeping Beauty Castle Walkthrough
*guests in ECV’s are required to transfer to a wheelchair, and may ride the attraction in a wheelchair.
guests must transfer to ride vehicle
Indiana Jones Adventure
Pirates of the Caribbean
Big Thunder Mountain Railroad
Pinocchio’s Daring Journey
Snow White’s Scary Adventure
King Arthur Carrousel
Casey Jr. Circus Train
Dumbo the Flying Elephant
Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride
Peter Pan’s Flight
Mad Tea Party
Alice in Wonderland
Roger Rabbit’s Car Toon Spin
Storybook Land Canal Boats
“it’s a small world”
Gadget’s Go Coaster
Star Tours- The Adventure Continues
Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance
guests must Be ambulatory
Chip ‘n Dale Treehouse
Mickey’s Magic Mix (firework show)
A few notes
All of this information is available on the Disneyland website, and on the park maps. I didn’t list every single show or exhibit that is wheelchair accessible because they all are. The one thing that I really liked seeing and even mentioned in this vlog was that there is a seperate wheelchair accessible walk-through of the castle! It just makes me so happy that everyone can experience something that I wouldn’t have thought!
Other posts in the Disney & Disabilities series:
Disney & Disabilities: Accessibility at Disneyland Park (you’re here!)
Disney & Disabilities: Accessibility at Disney California Adventure (coming soon!)
Thank you so much for joining me today!