Mobility Issues

The WALT DISNEY WORLD RESORT strives to make your vacation a memorable experience no matter what the degree of your mobility disability. Our intent here is to provide you with the necessary information, tips and suggestions to achieve that goal right from the beginning of your trip (planning stage) until you are on your way home.

MAKING A WDW RESORT HOTEL RESERVATION

It is important to let your travel agent or WDW reservations cast member know what your degree of mobility is and the special requirements that may be needed in your case. All WDW resort hotels have handicapped accessibility, but there are instances where availability may be limited depending on the type of accommodation you desire. One example is the Old Key West Resort. There are only two buildings with elevators to reach upper floor units; otherwise you are limited to a ground floor unit in one of the numerous buildings. Another example is Saratoga Springs Treehouses. There are only four units that have wheelchair/ECV scooter ramps. Otherwise you have to climb steps to get up to the Treehouses. Usually in these instances, WDW will lock your reservation into an available unit, but otherwise they will note your special needs on your reservation request and make every effort to accommodate them. When you receive your resort confirmation, make sure your requests are noted on your reservation.

TIP: When making a WDW resort hotel reservation, request a room or unit on the first floor or close to an elevator. This should be your primary request unless you are limited to a handicapped accessible room. Another good request is a room close to transportation. The type of request you make will vary from resort to resort because of layout. The resort hotel will make every effort to honor your request depending on availability.

SUGGESTION: You may want to consider if you actually need a handicapped accessible room. Unless you actually need the handicapped bathroom, ECV users who are able to stand and walk for very short distances may prefer the regular rooms. There is plenty of room for ECVs at night and the regular bathroom may be more convenient. A regular room has much more storage space for clothing. Bring a power strip with you if you have multiple ECVs to plug in at night. Ask housekeeping to provide a bathtub stool (housekeeping has these) for the regular bathtub. They can also change out the regular shower head for a hand-held one. Another suggestion if your party is large and there are several wheelchairs/ECVs is to ask to have the desk and chair removed. They may do this for you.

TRANSPORTATION: TO/FROM WALT DISNEY WORLD

In this section we will try to provide information on all the options available including those who prefer to drive their own vehicle, rent a car, take a taxi, use a limo service or take the free Disney Magical Express (DME) Bus transportation.

All Walt Disney World resort hotels have spacious entrance areas to accommodate those who wish to drive a vehicle to the resort. There is plenty of room to unload your wheelchair/personal ECV and luggage. There are also bell services CMs available to help you with your luggage. All resorts also have a good quantity of handicapped self parking available for your car/van. All LUXURY and DVC resort hotels on property also have Free Valet Parking for those vehicles displaying a valid handicapped license plate and/or windshield hang tag. A tip for this service is suggested.

For those who wish to hire a taxi or limo service to get to/from WDW, all the major providers can schedule a vehicle that can accommodate your wheelchair/personal ECV along with your luggage and other people in your party. There can be instances where you will need to transfer from your wheelchair/ ECV to a seat, so take that into consideration when checking/scheduling with the provider.

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DISNEY'S MAGICAL EXPRESS: This is a free motor coach service provided by WDW for those guests staying at any Disney-owned resort hotel on property. Magical Express also provides an additional free service of luggage transfer by truck to your resort if you desire this additional service. The trucked luggage service can take several hours for your bags to catch up to you, so be aware of this. Keep a small carry-on that goes on the coach with you, containing necessary paperwork and start-up clothing, etc.

There are a limited number of Magical Express motor coaches set up to accommodate wheelchairs/ECVs that have electric lifts to load your chair and an area on the coach to tie your chair in with belts. The other people in your party can also ride with you on the same coach. The driver will assist you in getting you and your party loaded on the coach. These handicapped equipped coaches can take up to four wheelchairs/ECVs on one trip. Your wheelchair/ECV must fall within the 32" x 48" size restriction required by Disney.

When you make your Magical Express reservation, you have to note to the CM that you need a wheelchair accessible coach scheduled in both directions (coming and going) because they do take a little longer to arrive at the ME bus depot at the MCO airport or at your resort for your return home. They also will take a little longer to get to your resort and the airport, because these coaches run a different route that will service numerous resorts at times and there are fewer of the accessible buses.

The direct phone number for MAGICAL EXPRESS is: 1-866-599-0951. It is a good idea to call and check to make sure your ME reservation has all your special requests added in both directions, before you depart from home on your trip to WDW.

Departing your WDW resort via Magical Express has been streamlined by Disney. The evening before your departure day, you will receive a letter under your door telling you what time ME will pick you up for your trip back to MCO. You can check out, take your luggage to bell services for storage and still go out and enjoy those last minute magical experiences before your scheduled ME pick up time. You can also do resort airline check in (with participating airline carriers) and/or baggage transfer back to the airport if you desire.

TIPS: For those driving their own or a rented vehicle and are using a wheelchair, walker or cane, please note that the handicapped self-parking is located relatively close to the resort entrance, but there are several resorts that have some distance or an incline to get to the lobby from the parking area when you check in. Saratoga Springs, Wilderness Lodge and Animal Kingdom Lodge all have a small incline up to the entrance from the parking lot. The Boardwalk has a good, long hill and the lobby is about 75 yards from the handicapped parking area. The rest of the resorts have a relatively level area from the handicapped self parking to the resort lobby.

Resort Airline Check-in and luggage transfer to MCO. This extra free service is provided at all Disney-owned resorts on property. You can utilize the airline check-in and get your boarding passes printed out, no matter how you intend to get to MCO from WDW. You however, have to be traveling to the airport via Magical Express to utilize the luggage transfer by truck part of the service. Your airline carrier also has to be participating in the program.

The resort airline check-in desk is located either in the resort lobby or outside the entrance near bell services. Please note to check the location and times this desk is open as the location and hours do vary from resort to resort.

SUGGESTION: We have found this service to be excellent, especially for those with mobility issues. Your checked luggage is tagged for your flight, transported by truck to the airport and delivered to your airline carrier baggage area. You don't have to deal with it again until you get to your home airport. Your boarding passes are printed out eliminating any need for curbside, or ticket counter waits at the airport. The only thing you have to deal with is any carry on luggage that goes under the bus with you. It's simple and easy. Arrive at the airport, go security and on to your airline departure gate.

TRANSPORTATION: GETTING AROUND THE WORLD

For those wishing to drive their own or a rented vehicle while on property, all WDW venues have adequate handicapped self-parking areas. DOWNTOWN DISNEY is a public parking lot with handicapped parking located in numerous areas of the lot. All WDW resort hotels have handicapped self-parking located near the hotel entrance. Ask the security guard for the location. All four Theme Parks and two Water Parks have handicapped parking areas. The parking CM will direct you to the location. Please be aware that the theme park parking lot trams are not accessible to guests in wheelchairs or ECVs.

WDW TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM: Most of the WDW transportation system is accessible to those with mobility disabilities. There are very few exceptions.

BUS ROUTES: All WDW buses are equipped to accommodate various types of wheelchairs/ECVs that fall within the size guidelines. The majority of the buses are the kneeler type with a fold out ramp for access. However there are still some busses that have the old-style lift ramp. The wheelchair/ECV must fall within the 32" x 48" size that is required by Disney to fit the standard bus ramps and lifts, and can be safely secured with the restraint belts within the bus. Each bus can accommodate two wheelchairs/ECVs per trip. Several seats fold up to allow securing the wheelchair/ECV. Ambulatory passengers are required to vacate those fold-up seats to allow wheelchair/ECV securing. The bus driver will assist you with loading and will usually load you first before allowing any additional passengers to board. This may vary depending on how crowded the bus is when you are picked up. It is important to be patient, as the buses can get very crowded at peak travel times.

NOTE: Disney is constantly evaluating the bus routes for efficiency and how to serve the guests in a better manner. There are transportation monitors at most bus depots and resorts during peak times to keep the flow of guests moving. You can ask them about any question or issues concerning the WDW transportation system. So, remember that some bus routes change and the type of buses vary depending on demand at a particular time of day. Also, be aware that the old lift type buses are gradually being phased out (though they may never completely go away) and Disney has added some newer kneeler buses that take three wheelchairs or ECVs. Also there are several that take four wheelchairs or ECVs. If you are unable to transfer to a seat after your wheelchair/ECV is loaded, there are seat belts to secure you in your wheelchair/ECV while the bus is moving. Bus driver assistance will vary depending on their ability. Some will go above and beyond to assist you with loading and unloading, others will not. So be patient and understanding.

Also be aware that some bus routes change depending on demand at a particular time. A good rule of thumb is to allow at least 45 minutes to get from a resort to a park. If you are trying to go from resort to resort, it can take longer because you'll probably have to transfer buses at a park. There are some exceptions, but that is something that has to be learned from experience. During 2011 WDW added permanent bus routes that go from park to park. These buses can be found at the Epcot, Hollywood Studios and Animal Kingdom bus depots. It's IMPORTANT to know that these interpark buses going to Magic Kingdom, go to and pick up at the Ticket & Transportation Center. This is considered part of the Magic Kingdom Entrance and is the only exception. These interpark bus routes vary depending on demand, time of day and the destination park hours. It's important that if you have transportation questions or are confused, to ask any transportation cast member at a bus depot and resort or ask any bus driver. I highly suggest to everyone that when they arrive at WDW they get a WDW GUIDE TO THE MAGIC booklet fom the front desk at your resort. This booklet is a wealth of information about everything at WDW, especially getting around on property.

WATERCRAFT TRANSPORTATION: There are three areas of WDW that have watercraft transportation between the resorts and various parks, entertainment and shopping venues.

The first and largest covers the resorts near Magic Kingdom and includes the Contemporary/Bay Lake Tower Resort, Wilderness Lodge & Villas and Fort Wilderness Campground. The boat dock for these resorts is located directly across from the MK entrance. There are 2 motor launch routes. One side of the dock has the launch to the Wilderness Lodge, and the other side has the launch to the Contemporary & Fort Wilderness Campground. Both of these launches can accommodate up to 2 Wheelchairs or ECVs. There are portable transition ramps to allow you to board on & off the launch.  The travel time for these launches is about 20 minutes in each direction.

There is also a small launch that travels from MK to the Grand Floridian and Polynesian Resorts, however this launch CANNOT HANDLE WHEELCHAIRS or ECVs.

The second route covers the area between Hollywood Studios and the International Gate of Epcot's World Showcase. These roomy Friendship motor launches travel the canal and lake between HS and Epcot. The launches stop at all resorts located in that area between the 2 Theme Parks. There are 5 stops depending on the direction your going, Hollywood Studios main entrance, Swan & Dolphin Resort, Yacht & Beach Club Resort, Boardwalk Resort & Entertainment Area and International Gateway at Epcot. These launches can accommodate 2 wheelchairs/ECVs and they will load you at the rear of the boat. There are portable ramps to allow you to board on and off the launch.  These launches constantly ply this route in both directions. A nice plus is that they are enclosed & air-conditioned. The travel time for these launches is about 20 minutes in each direction.

TIP: The route between Hollywood Studios and Epcot also has a very nice and scenic walking path that follows the canal and goes thru the resorts located around the lake and on to the Epcot International Gate. The distance is about a mile an a half and there are 2 bridges that have hills. This info is for those who may like the walk instead of riding the boat.

The third route covers the area around Downtown Disney, the lake resort of Saratoga Springs and also Old Key West Resort, Port Orleans French Quarter and Port Orleans Riverside Resort on the Sassagoula River. These launches are split into three routes. One route runs between Port Orleans French Quarter & Riverside to the dock at Downtown Disney Marketplace. The second route runs between Old Key West Resort and the dock at Downtown Disney Marketplace. The third route runs between the Saratoga Treehouses dock, Saratoga Town Center dock and the Downtown Disney Pleasure Island dock area. The launches on all three of these routes are open air pontoon boats with canopies. All these pontoon boats can accommodate up to two wheelchairs or ECVs. There are portable transition ramps to allow you to board on and off the boat.  The travel time for any of these routes is 15 to 20 minutes in each direction.

TIP: There are also paths to allow you to reach DTD from the Saratoga Springs main resort. One goes around the east end of the lake near the Marketplace bus depot. The other goes from the town center, thru the golf course and enters DTD at the West End. Old Key West also has a path that goes thru the golf course to the DTD West End. I would suggest you not use the paths thru the golf course after dark.

MONORAIL TRANSPORTATION: Monorail transportation is available from the Ticket & Transportation Center to MK & Epcot and all of the Resorts located on the line around Seven Seas Lagoon. There are 3 Beams (Disney name for the monorail) and which one you utilize depends on where you are coming from and your destination.  All the monorail trains have wheelchair / ECV accessibility. All accept a minimum of 2 wheelchairs/ECVs per train car and all stations have portable ramps to allow you to board on and off the monorail.

EPCOT LOOP: This beam only travels between Epcot and the Ticket & Transportation Center. At Epcot, the station is outside the park entrance. The station has ramps or an elevator for you to gain access to the station platform.

At the Ticket & Transportation Center there is only a ramp to get down to ground level. There are no elevators. If you want to ride the monorail to MK or the resorts located on either of the other 2 beams, you have to go down the ramp and back up one of the other ramps to gain access to the other monorail loops.  PLEASE CHECK THE SIGNS to make sure your going up the correct ramp.

MAGIC KINGDOM EXPRESS LOOP: This is the second beam at the Ticket & Transportation Center. It goes thru all the resorts around Seven Seas Lagoon, but only stops at the Magic Kingdom Station and the Ticket & Transportation Center Station. There is only a ramp to go up and down to ground level at the Ticket & Transportation Center and the MK Park entrance.

MAGIC KINGDOM RESORT LOOP: This is the third beam at the Ticket & Transportation Center. It stops at all stations around Seven Seas Lagoon. Traveling around the loop from the Ticket & Transportation Center, the first stop is the Polynesian Resort. There is an elevator in the lobby for access to ground level. The second stop is the Grand Floridian Resort & Spa. There is an elevator in the lobby of this resort also for ground level access. The third stop is the Magic Kingdom Station. Access to the ground level and park is the same as the MK Express Loop, ramp only. The last stop is the Contemporary Resort which also gives you access to Bay Lake Tower Resort. There is an elevator that takes you down to the Concourse level for access to Bay Lake Tower and another elevator that will take you to ground level.

TIP: Please be aware, that at peak times, all types of WDW transportation can be very crowded and take longer to reach your destination.  Whether you are in a wheelchair or on your ECV, both you and ambulatory guests may get frustrated with the wait times and crowded conditions on any method of WDW transportation. Be considerate of others and hopefully they will be considerate of you. On any type of Disney Transportation, be willing to split up your party if there are multiple wheelchairs/ECVs or you have a large group. This makes boarding much easier and expedites your travel time. After all you are all going to the same destination. The WDW transportation department monitors the flow of guests constantly to keep things moving as smooth as humanly possible. All the CM's are there to help all guests. CM's at bus stops, bus drivers, watercraft CM's at the docks & on the boats and CM's located on the monorail station platforms are there for everyone's safety.  IT IS IMPORTANT TO FOLLOW THEIR DIRECTION to keep things flowing smoothly.

WHEELCHAIRS/ECVs

There are several options that you can consider at WDW. You can bring your own wheelchair/ECV to WDW as long as it falls within the 32" x 48" size required for use on the Disney Transportation System. All Theme Parks, Entertainment Areas, Shopping Areas and Resorts have wheelchair/ECV accessibility.

You can also rent wheelchairs/ECVs from Disney at any of the four theme parks or at Downtown Disney. Wheelchairs/ECVs are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Supply can be limited and NO RESERVATIONS ARE ACCEPTED. You must be 18 years of age to rent ECVs.

For more details on using Wheelchairs and ECVs at the Walt Disney World Parks, visit our Wheelchair/ECV Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page.

ACCESS

Methods of accessibility vary from attraction to attraction within the parks. The Guidebook for Guests with Disabilities and park guidemaps use symbols to indicate boarding procedures for each attraction. In addition, contact a host or hostess at each attraction before entering.

Certain attractions require you to transfer from wheelchairs to ride a system either by yourself or with the assistance of a member of your party. WALT DISNEY WORLD Resort hosts and hostesses are not permitted to physically assist Guests in transferring from their wheelchairs.

Auxiliary Entrance Limitations: Some attractions have auxiliary entrances for those with disabilities. These are intended to offer Guests in wheelchairs or with service animals a more convenient entrance to the attraction. Auxiliary entrances are not intended to bypass waiting lines. Guests with disabilities and up to five members of their party may enter these Entrances. The rest of the party should use the main entrance.

Parade Route and Show Areas: Some Parade routes or show areas have designated viewing areas for Guests with disabilities. These areas are filled on a first come, first served basis. Due to Guest demand, viewing spaces cannot be reserved or guaranteed. Parties  larger than six will be asked to separate and reunite afterwards. Guest  Relations can provide information on show times and other special events on the day of each visit.

MAINSTREAM QUEUES

The WALT DISNEY WORLD Resort strives to provide mainstream access whenever possible; that is, all Guests utilize the main entrance to the  attraction. However, accessibility varies from attraction to attraction within our Parks. The Guidebook for Guests with Disabilities and Park guidemaps use symbols to indicate boarding procedures for each attraction. In addition, Guests should contact a host or hostess at each attraction before entering.

Attractions providing mainstream queue access include:

MAGIC KINGDOM
Pirates of the Caribbean
The Enchanted Tiki Room
Splash Mountain
The Hall of Presidents
The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
The Barnstormer
Astro Orbiter
Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin
Stitch's Great Escape
Tomorrowland Indy Speedway
Space Mountain
Walt Disney's Carousel of Progress

EPCOT

FUTURE WORLD
Imagination! Pavilion
Universe of Energy
The Seas with Nemo and Friends
Test Track
The Land Pavilion
Innoventions

WORLD SHOWCASE
Norway -- Maelstrom
FriendShip Boats
The American Adventure
Impressions de France
Reflections of China

DISNEY'S HOLLYWOOD STUDIOS
American Idol Experience
The Great Movie Ride
Muppet*Vision 3D
Star Tours
Studio Backlot Tour
The Magic of Disney Animation
Voyage of the Little Mermaid
"The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror"
Fantasmic!
Rock 'n' Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith
Lights Motors Action! Extreme Stunt Show
Disney Junior - Live on Stage!
Sounds Dangerous
Toy Story Midway Mania
Walt Disney: One Man's Dream

ANIMAL KINGDOM
It's Tough To Be A Bug
Festival of the Lion King
Pocahontas and her Forest Friends
Dinosaur
The Boneyard
Theater in the Wild
Kilimanjaro Safaris
Flights of Wonder
Primeval Whirl
Maharajah Jungle Trek
Kali River Rapids
TriceraTop Spin

ATTRACTION ACCESSIBILITY LIST

MAGIC KINGDOM
Guests may enter and enjoy these attractions remaining in a wheelchair or ECV:

Castle Forecourt Stage (note there is no reserved area for those in wheelchairs)
Fairytale Garden
The Enchanted Tiki Room
Shrunken Ned's Jungle Boats
Country Bear Jamboree
Frontierland Shooting Arcade
Hall of Presidents
Jungle Cruise
Liberty Belle Riverboat
Mickey's PhilharMagic
Walt Disney's Carousel of Progress
Tomorrowland Arcade
Galaxy Palace Theater

NOTE: Swiss Family Treehouse is a walk-, with lots of stairs to climb. You must be ambulatory to visit the treehouse.

Guests in motorized vehicles, ECVs, must transfer into an available wheelchair at these attractions:

"it's a small world" (though there are some vehicles that accommodate wheelchairs)
Magic Carpets of Aladdin (though there are some vehicles that accommodate wheelchairs)
WALT DISNEY WORLD Railroad
Stitch's Great Escape (you may stay seated in wheelchair to view show)
The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (some wheelchair accessible hunnypots available)
Tom Sawyer Island (may not be able to ride raft due to water levels)
Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin (though there are some vehicles that accommodate wheelchairs)

These attractions require Guests to transfer from a wheelchair to a ride vehicle:

Main Street Vehicles
Pirates of the Caribbean--Guest must transfer from ECV to a standard wheelchair to negotiate the queue.
Big Thunder Mountain Railroad--Health, age, and size are important considerations at this attraction.
Splash Mountain--Health, age, and size are important considerations at this attraction.
Tom Sawyer Island
The Haunted Mansion
Prince Charming Regal Carrousel
Dumbo the Flying Elephant
Mad Tea Party
Peter Pan's Flight
Snow White's Scary Adventures
Astro Orbiter
Tomorrowland Indy Speedway
Space Mountain--Guests must transfer from ECV to a standard wheelchair to negotiate the queue. Health, age, and size are important considerations at this attraction.
The Barnstormer --Guests must transfer from ECV to a standard wheelchair to negotiate the queue. Health, age, and size are important considerations at this attraction.

EPCOT

These attractions require Guests to transfer from a wheelchair to a ride vehicle:

Spaceship Earth
Test Track--Health, age, and size are important considerations at this attraction.
Maelstrom--Health, age, and size are important considerations at this attraction.
Mission Space -- Health, age, and size are important considerations at this attraction
Soarin' -- Health, age, and size are important considerations at this attraction

Guests in motorized vehicles, ECVs, must transfer into an available wheelchair at these attractions :

"Ellen's Energy Adventure"
Living with the Land
Gran Fiesta Tour in Mexico

Guests may enter and enjoy these attractions remaining in a wheelchair or ECV:

Innoventions
The Seas with Nemo and Friends
The Circle of Life in The Land
"Honey, I Shrunk the Audience"
Art of Mexico Gallery in Mexico
Stave Church Gallery in Norway
Reflections of China
The American Adventure
The America Gardens Theater
Bijutsu-kan gallery in Japan
"Treasure of Morocco" exhibit in Morocco
"Impressions de France" in France
O Canada! in Canada

Disney's Hollywood Studios

These attractions require Guests to transfer from a wheelchair to a ride vehicle:

Star Tours--Guests must transfer from ECV to a standard wheelchair to negotiate the queue. Health, age, and size are important considerations at this attraction.
Rock 'n' Roller Coaster starring Aerosmith--Guests must transfer from ECV to a standard wheelchair to negotiate the queue. Health, age, and size are important considerations at this attraction.
The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror--Health, age, and size are important considerations at this attraction.

Guests in motorized vehicles, ECVs, must transfer into an available wheelchair at these attractions:

The Great Movie Ride
The Magic of Disney Animation
Toy Story Midway Mania

Guests may enter and enjoy these attractions remaining in a wheelchair or ECV:

American Idol Experience
"Honey, I Shrunk the Kids" Movie Set Adventure
Muppet*Vision 3D
Sounds Dangerous
Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular
The American Film Institute Showcase
Studio Backlot Tour
Voyage of the Little Mermaid
"Beauty and the Beast" at the Theater of the Stars
Disney Junior - Live on Stage!
Fantasmic!
Lights Motors Action Extreme Stunt Show
Walt Disney: One Man's Dream

Animal Kingdom

These attractions require Guests to transfer from a wheelchair to a ride vehicle:

Dinosaur-- Health, age, and size are important considerations at this attraction.
Kali River Rapids -- Health, age, and size are important considerations at this attraction.
Primeval Whirl -- Health, age, and size are important considerations at this attraction.

Guests in motorized vehicles, ECVs, must transfer into an available wheelchair at this attraction:

Kilimanjaro Safaris-- Health, age, and size are important considerations at this attraction.
Affection Section
TriceraTop Spin -- some ride vehicles accommodate wheelchairs

Guests may enter and enjoy these attractions remaining in a wheelchair or ECV:

The Tree of Life Garden
Discovery Island Trails
It's Tough To Be A Bug
The Boneyard
Cretaceous Trail
Kilimanjaro Safaris-- Health, age, and size are important considerations at this attraction.
Lion King Theater: Festival of the Lion King
Pangani Forest Exploration Trail
Wildlife Express Train
Caravan Stage: Flights of Wonder
Maharajah Jungle Trek
Conservation Station
Finding Nemo: The Musical
Fossil Fun Games

NOTE: This information was adapted from the WDW Disabilities Guidebook


Information compiled from a variety of sources, with contributions from AllEars.Net reader Vic Williams. Note this information is subject to change without notice. Call WDW directly or visit their web pages to confirm before your visit. The author of this document/website shall not be held liable for any information (valid or invalid) presented here and are not employed by nor represent the Walt Disney Company in any manner.

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