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  • On Jan 9, 2020
    Evelyn from CA Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Hello, I've recently broke my ankle and am in a cast. My boyfriend and I planned to visit the park for sweethearts night. Will there be any restrictions on rides if i'm wearing my cast? Do you guys provide wheelchairs as well?

    Hello Evelyn!

    I’m so sorry to hear that you broke your ankle and I hope you are getting some rest! Make sure your boyfriend is pampering you with all the love!

    There’s no better night to celebrate each other than Disneyland After Dark: Sweethearts’ Nite. It's the most romantic night of the year at the Disneyland Resort. Included with your ticket is after hour park access to attractions, a fireworks show, character greetings, special photo ops, dancing, entertainment, special menu selections and special merchandise! Stop and take a photo by romantic scenes from Lady and the Tramp and The Little Mermaid! You’ll also receive a commemorative credential and guide map as well as unlimited downloads of Disney PhotoPass photos taken during the party. As you can see, there’s still so much to experience even in a cast. 

    If attractions are a big part of why you're going, then I think your first step would be to consult with your physician and see if it is safe for you on the attractions at the Disneyland Resort. Once you get the green light from your doctor then it’s really up to you and your comfort level of getting in and out of the attractions and that the restraints on the attractions are able to be secured properly. A cast member recommended to me that you ask before getting in line for an attraction. They would only restrict you if you were unable to get in and out of the attraction or if your cast restricted the restraint. Otherwise you’re good to go! Wheelchairs are available for rental for a small fee right outside of the Disneyland Park entrance. I’d also stop by guest relations to see if you’ll need Disability Access Service (DAS) for the attractions. It's on an individual basis and cannot be done in advance so make sure to stop by when you enter the park.

    Well Evelyn, I hope you heal up soon and are able to celebrate Valentine's Day at Disneyland Park. L’Amoure is sure to be in the air!

    Remember, always believe in the magic!

    Andres
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Meet the Panelist: Andres, California

Hello from Southern California! I live 90 minutes from the "Happiest Place on Earth." I love photography and the Disneyland Resort and when you put them together, it's pure magic! I have a Disney-loving, rope-dropping family of four. My wife even calls me the Rope Drop Champion. I'm an Annual Passholder and Disney Vacation Club Member, with home resorts on both coasts. I can't wait to help you experience the most magic while on vacation and show you how to rope drop and use fastpasses like a pro! Learn More About Andres

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