Disneyland Access for People with Disabilities

Disneyland is still enjoyable even if you are restricted to a wheelchair or using crutches. Renting a Disneyland scooter is a good idea if you need to navigate the park while using crutches. With a $20 deposit, the daily rental cost is $60. You must be at least eighteen years of age and have a current driver's license.

Additionally, you have the option of renting a manual wheelchair. A wheelchair can be rented for $15 per day with a refundable $20 deposit. It is not necessary for you to rent a wheelchair or scooter from Disneyland. You have the option of renting the equipment from a private company, which will then send the wheelchair or scooter to your hotel room. Renting from a private company rather than Disneyland may end up being less expensive. Info for guests with disabilities.

The entertainment areas, as well as all of the eateries and shops, are wheelchair accessible. You will have difficulty getting on several of the rides if you are using a wheelchair. While others are ideal, certain rides are not good for those who use wheelchairs. You won't be able to appreciate Tarzan's Treehouse, Donald's Boat, or the Sailing Ship, for example.

However, there are lots of attractions you can enjoy, like The Disney Gallery, Disneyland Monorail, Disneyland Railroad, the Enchanted Tiki Room, The Golden Horseshoe, It's A Small World, Mark Twain Riverboat, and Tom Sawyer Island. The King Arthur Carrousel, Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular, and Alice in Wonderland are a few of the attractions that will require you to be transferred from your wheelchair.

In addition, if you should misplace a wheelchair or scooter that you've hired from Disneyland, just provide the ticket for the wheelchair or scooter, and Disneyland will be pleased to provide you with another one. Cast members and service staff will be happy to assist with Guest wheelchair transfers. However, Disneyworld won't be able to assist you in replacing a wheelchair or scooter that you hired from an outside company, and you might have to pay the rental company the full cost of the item. When deciding whether to rent from Disneyworld or a private company, this is something to take into account.

You can truly enjoy the majority of the rides at Disneyland, whether you can ride in your wheelchair or need to be transported from your wheelchair to the ride. Do not let the inability to roam the park deter you from organizing a trip to Disneyland. Once more, everyone was considered when designing this magical theme park.