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Accessing theme parks for those with disabilities
|Tony Phoenix and Adrienne Vincent-Phoenix, editors|
Queues are wheelchair accessible. However, if your disability precludes your waiting in lines, see guest relations, and they can provide a pass that allows you to use the exit to board the attraction. Keep in mind that you may have to wait to board if you use this method of access.
LegoLand is built on a hill. If you are concerned that you may not have the stamina to wait in lines, you may experience similar difficulty in getting between the attractions. Consider renting a wheelchair to make your day easier.
A limited number of electric scooters and wheelchairs are available for rental at the park. They can be rented at the stroller/wheelchair rental counter on your left as you enter the park.
The following are the rental prices for chairs as of September, 2000:
Third Party Rentals
Scoot-Around North America offers third party rentals in the Los Angeles or San Diego areas and is delivered directly to you at your hotel or home. For some people, this may be more advantageous when you keep in mind that you cannot take wheelchairs or scooters rented at Legoland out of the park. They can be reached at 1-888-441-7575 or at Scootaround.
Service animals are welcome throughout the park but must be leashed at all times. Service animals may not ride any attraction. A member of your party must wait with the service animal while you ride.
Assistive listening devices: Available from the ushers at the Magic Theater and Lego Showplace.
Scripts: Available for most shows from Guest Relations.
Sign Language Interpretation: ASL interpretation will be provided free of charge with advanced notice. Contact Guest Relations to request this service.
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