Mickey and Minnie Statues in Front of Fireworks
  • On Apr 27, 2023
    Carolyn from CA Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Only have 1 day to spend at Disneyworld. Need 1 wheelchair and will get 2 park in one day. What would you recommend for 2 ladies in their 60’s? And how do we get a wheelchair?

    Hey, there Carolyn and welcome to planDisney. I am probably the furthest panelist in the States from you as I am only half a mile from the Atlantic Ocean in New Jersey. By the end of my recommendations, we will be best pals and closer than ever.

    Your trip sounds amazing to start. Two ladies coming to visit "The Most Magical Place on Earth" together sounds like a Minnie Mouse and Daisy Duck adventure in the making. Wheelchair Rentals are available all over the Walt Disney World Resort and all of the theme parks. There are length-of-stay rentals I usually recommend. However, you gals are on a one-day two-park mission and I love your style. I would actually recommend renting an ECV these Electronic Conveyance Vehicles are available at all 4 theme parks. They are first come first serve basis so arriving early is important. These will allow you to zip around and enjoy both parks you decide to choose. I would say that the way to get the most out of your stay is the two parks that are most accessible to each other EPCOT and Magic Kingdom Park.

    The Disneyland Monorail is a one-park loop, the monorail in Florida goes to these two theme parks. So they are just a quick trip away and always the way to park hop in my opinion. I would start my day at the EPCOT International Flower & Garden Festival as it is in full bloom during your visit. Some of the Outdoor Kitchens have the best plates with the freshest ingredients. Those festival booths always steal the show as I love to eat. You will definitely want to leave Magic Kingdom Park for the end of the night. You can begin to hop to your second park at 2 p.m. My favorite nighttime spectacular is back and is bringing back smiles and claiming tears once again. Happily Ever After returning to the skies above Cinderella Castle since the beginning of April and you won't want to miss that show. 

    I hope this information is helpful in setting up your one-day full of magic. Enjoy your stay and come on back to planDisney.com if you have any other planning needs. 

    See ya real soon, 

    Jeremy A.
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Meet the Panelist: Jeremy, New Jersey

Bright Suns travelers! I'm Jeremy from Jersey, a lifelong Disney fan. Father to 3 amazing kids, and husband to my wife of 14 years. I've been sharing the Walt Disney World Resort with my family for 17 years to join in the wonder and joy the parks have brought me my entire life. Consider me here to help with all you travel questions from Batuu to Cinderella Castle. Whether it's teenagers, toddlers, or your middle-aged cousins. Helping you find your version of magic is my mission. Learn More About Jeremy

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