• On Oct 7, 2021
    Katharine from CO Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Hello, my family I are going to WDW October 17th through 23rd. I just had my collar bone broken in a car accident on October 5th. Does anyone here have any experience with going to Disney with a broken collar bone? Should we cancel? We are DVC using points

    Hi Katharine!

    Welcome to planDisney, where we love helping Guests like you experience the most magical Disney vacation possible. I am so glad that you decided to stop by with your vacation question, and I will do my best to help offer you some guidance about a visit to Walt Disney World with a broken collarbone. How terrible that you were recently in a car accident! I am so sorry to hear that you have suffered an injury so close to your vacation. While I have not had a broken collarbone myself, I have navigated a Disney vacation with an injured child so, I will share my experience with you.

    During our visit to Walt Disney World with my daughter’s injury, we found that many attractions were unsuitable for her due to jostling and movement. This concern limited the attractions we could enjoy to the ones that are slow-moving and stationary. But keep in mind that there is more to Walt Disney World than attractions

    Some attractions that would be suitable at Magic Kingdom Park include: “it’s a small world," Jungle Cruise, Flight of Peter Pan, Mickey’s PhilharMagic, Haunted Mansion, Walt Disney’s Carousel of Progress, Monsters Inc. Laugh Floor, and Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room. You can also enjoy the new Nighttime Spectacular Disney Enchantment and the Character Cavalcades that make their way through the park. You will find similar slow-moving and stationary attractions and experiences at each park. I would also consider how magical it can be to relax poolside at your Disney Vacation Club Resort.

    It will ultimately be a personal decision to continue with your Disney vacation as planned or postpone it to a later date once you have healed. It depends on the types of experiences you most enjoy in Walt Disney World Resort. I hope this information offers you some guidance. Please stop back by planDisney if we can help answer any more of your vacation questions.

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