Alice in Wonderland
Proceed to the marked gate on the far left of the
attraction. It is not possible to use the designated access gate while a parade
is taking place (they rope off that section of Matterhorn Way). Plan ahead if
you want to board this ride.
Dumbo the Flying Elephant
Go to the exit gate (marked with the access
symbol), where you may need to flag down a cast member. They frequently miss a
disabled guest waiting at the gate. The cast member will give you one pass for every
elephant your party needs. You cannot get an elephant without that pass. To
board you will need to step up into the elephant. Keep in mind that when the
ride stops, you will not be in the same place as your chair. Either have a
member of your party retrieve it for you, or you can ask (before the ride
starts) the cast member to do so.
Casey Jr. Circus Train
Enter through the exit ramp. Wait behind the gate
until instructed by the cast member.
Snow White's Scary Adventures
This ride has been the source of much confusion.
First proceed to the marked disabled entrance to the left of the attraction.
Depending on the cast member operating the attraction, you may board there, or
you may be directed to the exit of the ride to board. There doesnāt seem to be
much consistency here.
Mr. Toad's Wild Ride,
Pinocchio's Daring Journey
Enter through the exits. The exits for these rides
are very narrow, and pose a serious navigation problem. Be careful not to block
the exits for other guests. Most are scooter accessible though I donāt
recommend then on Peter Pan.
Peter Pan's Flight
This is the most challenging access for any ride in Fantasyland. Due
to the nature of the ride, only one disabled group is permitted to ride
at a time. If a group is already on the ride, wait outside
of the exit until they leave, then proceed up through the exit. Scooters
will have a very difficult time using the exit it is very
narrow with a couple of tight turns. If you can walk, even for a short
distance, it may be easier to leave the scooter outside and walk in.
King Arthur Carrousel
Wait at any exit for boarding instructions. To
ride, you must be able to mount one of the horses.
Mad Tea Party
Proceed to the exit on the right of the operatorās booth. Several people
have reported to me that they have had great difficulty in getting the
cast members attention from there, so it may take some work. A warning
about this ride: spinning = problems with equilibrium and walking. 'Nuff
Enter through the standard queue and follow it
until you see a gate on the mountain side of the line. Wait in the small alcove
on the line side of the gate until directed by a cast member. Guests with a SA
pass should proceed directly to this gate. If you are in a scooter or
wheelchair, you must wait in the first part of the line. To board, you must step
down 12 inches into the bobsled. This ride is very rough and bumpy. Reconsider
this ride if you have back or neck problems.
Sleeping Beauty Castle
This attraction requires negotiating several
stairways and narrow passageways.
Storybook Land Canal Boats
Enter through the exit ramp to the left of the
entrance and wait for instructions. You must step down into the boat to ride.
Use care when boarding and exiting this attraction. The boats are not secured
and will rock as you try to board. We usually try to be the first to board and
last to exit to minimize some of the problems.
it's a small world
Go to the ramp used exclusively for disabled
access, located just to the left of the regular entrance.
Guests confined to wheelchairs can now enjoy this ride while remaining
in their chair. That's right no more stepping down into a boat
or crawling out of it. A special boat has been equipped with a lowering
deck (lowered using a remote control and they won't warn you, so
be prepared for it). Wheelchairs nestle into a well one-foot deep. Lock
your brakes, and you are on your way. The ride is very smooth and stable
(in fact, surprisingly so!) Your chair sits at the level of everyone else's
head, so that can be a bit disconcerting. Inform the cast member at the
gate if you would like to use this boat. Disneyland has requested that
is you can transfer into a regular boat, please do. It is time-consuming
to load guests onto the special boat and you may have a bit of a wait
before it comes around again. For those who have never had the pleasure
of seeing 'it's a small world' before, now you can!
While normally used to show Animazement, this
theater is frequently used to host special events. Disabled seating for this
venue is approximately 2/3 of the way back on the far left and right sides of
the theater. Wheelchairs are not permitted anywhere else in the venue.