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  • On Nov 11, 2022
    Keiko from ID Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    I was planning to have my group do the World of Color Dining Package. But, 1 person will be in a wheelchair and can’t stand for the whole show. What are the handicap options for World of Color? Is the dining package what we want to get good handicap seats?

    Hi, Keiko! Welcome back to planDisney! It sure is swell that you have a Disneyland Resort trip planned during The Most Magical Time of the Year!

    Disney fans rejoiced recently when it was announced that World of Color – Season of Light was returning for the Holidays at Disneyland in 2022. This holiday overlay to the classic show features iconic Christmas songs and almost no narration. It is as visually stunning as the original, and the Goofy scene is not to be missed!

    There are Standby areas to watch, but since this is a popular show, you are wise to consider priority seating. To enter the reserved viewing areas, Guests must present one of the following:
    *A valid virtual queue selection for World of Color – Season of Light (one per Guest)
    *A valid voucher from a World of Color Dining Package or World of Color Dessert Party (one per Guest)

    The Dessert Party is the priciest option and the only one that includes actual seating. The World of Color Dining Package consists of a meal at Wine Country Trattoria or Storytellers Café and a voucher for a Preferred View Area at Paradise Gardens Park. When you arrive at the restaurant, let your server know you would like the World of Color Dining Package. If you cannot book one of the above options, you can join the virtual queue (for no cost), which is accessible beginning at noon via the Disneyland Mobile app and is subject to availability.

    Disneyland states on its website that accommodations will be made for all Guests with disabilities. Whether you book a dining package or use the virtual queue, try to arrive an hour before showtime to inquire where the disability section is (Cast Members are typically stationed at the entrances of the Blue or Yellow sections). When I spoke with Guest Relations, they confirmed that your group will be escorted to an ADA-designated viewing area. Guests with disabilities can remain seated, while all other guests in your party must stand. 

    I hope this helps, Keiko! May your Disney days be merry and bright!

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