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  • On May 27, 2024
    Quinlin 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.

    Hi there I am graduating early June and I wanted to go to the park but I broke my foot yesterday and I am not sure how to do that. Do you guys offer wheel chairs to disabled visitors? Do I have to pay a fee? Please let me know. Thanks!

    Hi Quinlin! Thanks for bringing your question to planDisney.

    First off, congratulations! You've worked hard and you definitely deserve a fun trip to Disneyland Resort to celebrate. Be sure to pick up a Celebration Button at City Hall on Main Street, U.S.A. in Disneyland Park or Guest Services at Disney California Adventure Park so everyone can share in the joy of your accomplishment. You should get lots of hearty congratulations, I bet.

    I understand your concern about getting around in your current condition. I'm sorry you're going through that, especially with summer upon us. I've had a temporary physical condition interrupt my plans while visiting the parks, and I had to do what you're planning to do and rent a manual wheelchair. It really saved the day. There is a price per day cost, which is subject to change. You'll find the rental spot just outside the Disneyland Park entrance.

    Do you have someone to push a wheelchair? My husband pushed mine, but they can be heavy. If not, you can also rent an ECV for a daily cost, so that's another option to explore. You'll find them for rent in the same location. Manual wheelchairs and ECV rentals are available on a first-come first-serve basis only, so be sure to get to the parks early to rent yours. There currently are some important rules associated with rentals of ECVs, such as the renter must be 18 and have a photo ID, so be sure you meet those qualifications before setting your heart on an ECV over a manual wheelchair.

    I don't know how mobile you are with your broken foot, but one thing you can look over is the Attractions list page, which has a filter for Guests using wheelchairs or ECVs. This filter can be really useful in determining what you probably can comfortably enjoy during your visit based on your mobility at the time. There's also a mobility disability page, which could come in handy. Check it out before you arrive!

    Have a magical time!

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Meet the Panelist: Elizabeth, Missouri

Hello from St. Louis! I'm Elizabeth, a professor, wife, and mother to two little boys. We love to travel as a family, and Disneyland Resort is the place where we laugh more and make the happiest memories. We've done everything from solo to big multi-generational trips, and I've got the tips and tricks for traveling with little ones to help ensure your experience is truly magical. Learn More About Elizabeth

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