Hello everyone, Happy Wednesday! Today we are continuing on in the Disney & Disabilities post series, and we are going through the attractions at Hollywood Studios and their disability requirements. I’ll be breaking down what guests are required to transfer from a wheelchair for, and what attractions they can remain in their wheelchair for. It might be short and sweet, but I’ll be sharing which rides require guests to transfer from their wheelchair to ride, and which ones they can remain in the wheelchair.
Hollywood Studios is a little bit different than the other parks because of the number of shows, but it’s great in that way for people with disabilities! There’s normally accessible seating for all shows, and if you have any questions, just ask a Cast Member! My sister loves entertainment, so it’s one of her favourite parks to hang out at. And she also loves the thrills! Okay, let’s get started!
Guests may remain in wheelchair
Star Wars Launch Bay
Star Wars: Path of the Jedi
Walt Disney: One Man’s Dream
Lightning McQueen’s Race Academy
Toy Story Midway Mania*
Beauty and the Beast: Live on Stage
All Character Meet & Greets
Disney Junior: Live on Stage
For the First Time in Forever: A Frozen Sing-a-long Celebration
Indiana Jones™ Epic Stunt Spectacular
Jedi Training: Trials of the Temple
Voyage of the Little Mermaid
Star Wars: A Galactic Spectaular (fireworks)
*guests in ECV must transfer to wheelchair, and ride in wheelchair
Guests are required to transfer from a wheelchair
Rock’n’Rollecoaster Starring Aerosmith
Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway
Alien Swirling Saucers
Millenium Falcon: Smugglers Run
Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance
Slinky Dog Dash
Star Tours: The Adventures Continue
The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror
If you watched the Disney Vlogs, you may have seen the vehicle used for wheelchairs on Toy Story Mania, and it’s still interactive! If you haven’t watched that vlog, you can find it here. We only spent a few hours at Hollywood Studios because of that state it’s in right now (aka all of the construction!), but we still had fun there!
A note about Fantasmic!
I thought I would also note something that happened on our last trip when we went to see Fantasmic! While we were entering with the regular crowds, because we had a wheelchair with us we got to go to the accessible seating with the FastPass+ seating. Your mileage may vary with this, and we weren’t expecting anything, but we definitely got a better view. I guess my advice is to walk closer to the inside of the path where you might be more visible 😉
Check out the other posts in the Disney & Disabilities series:
Disney & Disabilities: A GREAT Relationship
Disney & Disabilities: Accessibility at Magic Kingdom
Disney & Disabilities: Accessibility at Epcot
Disney & Disabilities: Accessibility at Hollywood Studios (you’re here!)
Disney & Disabilities: Accessibility at Animal Kingdom
Disney & Disabilities: Accessibility at Disneyland Park
Disney & Disabilities: Accessibility at Disney California Adventure
These posts are short and to the point, but I hope they are helpful for those who need it! If you know someone who might benefit from these posts, share it with them! Also if there are any other disability-related posts you’d like to see here on A Disney Obsession, let me know in the comments! If you’d like to know how best to navigate Walt Disney World with a dietary restriction or allergy, check out the post Dietary Restrictions at Walt Disney World! And if you’d like to know how to make reservations while noting an allergy, check out the post How to Make a Dining Reservation with an Allergy.
As always thank you so much for reading!