How to Tour The Magic Kingdom With Disabilities

Tour The Magic Kingdom With Disabilities guide:

A former Cast Member helps you navigate the streamlined system of disability access, just like a pro. Minimize costs… maximize excitement!

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Tour The Magic Kingdom With Disabilities; The Magic Kingdom, and all of Walt Disney World, offers a streamlined system of disability access. Yet the sheer range of options and the size of the park can be overwhelming. In this tour, a former Cast Member will teach you to navigate the Magic Kingdom like a pro, providing the information you need to make the best choices. Along the way, you will learn a great deal of history and behind the scenes secrets not always revealed to the general public. You will also discover insider tips to stay ahead of the crowds and minimize costs while maximizing excitement. Explore these and more with your expert personal guide, available 24/7 on your schedule!

Tour The Magic Kingdom With Disabilities Highlights

  • Introduction
  • Arriving / Main Street
  • Adventure / Frontier
  • Liberty / Fantasy / Toon
  • Tomorrowland
  • Magic Kingdom After Dark
Transportation By Foot – Easy walking
Specialty Child Friendly, Highway/Countryside
Tour Type Guided Tour – play before & while you tour
And much much more…

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  • The Magic Kingdom is able to accommodate a wide variety of dietary needs. Ask to speak with the chef at any restaurant to make special requests, or call ahead to 407-WDW-DINE and speak with a dietician, who will help you plan a customized menu for your entire stay.
  • Electrical outlets are plentiful at both indoor and outdoor locations. However, they may be hard to spot. Ask any Cast Member to point out a nearby outlet.
  • Central Florida weather can be extremely hot, rainy, or surprisingly cold. Dress in layers and always bring a rain poncho or umbrella. Also be sure to use sunscreen even on cloudy days, as the sun is quite intense.
  • The Magic Kingdom was built in 1971, long before the Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990. Existing attractions were retrofitted for disability access, so it is important to ask a Cast Member for queuing and boarding instructions at each attraction.
  • Table-service dining is excellent, but can be pricey. Lunch prices are significantly lower than dinner prices, and the menu is generally similar. A leisurely afternoon meal can save money while helping you avoid the crowds and the heat.

Lisa Fritscher

Lisa Fritscher was raised in Central Florida and has published more than 1000 freelance articles. Before becoming a writer, Lisa was employed as an actor and attractions spieler at Universal Studios Orlando, Walt Disney World and Sea World Orlando. She often travels with her disabled father, which sparks her special interest in accessible destinations.


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    I didn’t think I would be able to participate at Walt Disney World with my multiple disabilities. This tour changed my attitude. The author’s detailed descriptions and insightful suggestions, such as specifically where to sit on Peter Pan’s Flight to minimize aggravating my arthritis, were invaluable. Having the attraction pictures handily in front of me was very helpful. I did not find this kind of information readily available in an easily usable format anywhere else.

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