Disneyland Pixar Fest
  • On May 18, 2024
    Diana from Sonora Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    If I'm on an ECV I would be able to ride all of the rides? I'm capable of walking but with my MS I'm afraid I cannot walk as much as before.

    Hi Diana! Thanks for visiting planDisney.

    Disneyland Resort is dedicated to being a welcoming and inclusive environment. In my personal experience, I've visited the parks with friends and family who needed resources and accommodations due to their individual challenges, and Disneyland Resort always made things incredibly easy. That's exactly what you hope for when everyday life has its challenges! I've also rented a wheelchair while visiting due to temporary physical issues, so I have some personal experience with needing a mobility device and wanting to still enjoy all the fun Attractions with my group. Like you, I was able to transfer but couldn't walk any real distance. Spoilers: I had a lot of fun!

    I'm happy to help you out with your Attractions question, but I also want to suggest you take a look at the Accessibility website Disneyland has developed, which has lots of useful information you might find really helpful in planning your holiday. You'll see a tab for resources and guides for Guests with mobility issues. Select that tab for great information about parking, restrooms, and more. Hopefully, when you're finished reading through these resources, you'll feel ready to have the best time ever.

    There's a page that lists all the Disneyland Attractions, which is going to be your starting point for figuring out which Attractions you can experience during your trip. There are several different filtering tiles at the top of the page, including "Accessibility & Advisories." Click that tile. This will bring up a series of selections you can check to limit your search. For example, some Attractions allow Guests to remain in their ECV, while others require transfer. You know your comfort level best. Select the category that best fits your needs during your visit, and then tap the tab to see which Attractions meet your requirements. If you feel comfortable transferring, you'll find there are a lot of Attractions you'll be able to explore. Meanwhile, there are just a handful of Attractions that require a Guest to be ambulatory.

    I hope that helps ease your concerns. I know you're going to have the best 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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