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Accessing theme parks for those with disabilities
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Legoland > Village Green & The Ridge
Fairy Tale Brook
An enchanting, slow boat ride through the fairy tale world. To board, enter through the exit to the right of the main entrance. (It is marked on the ground with the access symbol). The boats load using a turntable system, that can be stopped. You must step down into the boat. You may need a member of your party to assist in boarding.
The queue is accessible. The transfer into the ride vehicle is very awkward, but once in, the ride is very sedate and smooth.
The water works area is completely accessible. Keep in mind that you may get wet here.
The play area is geared towards younger guests. The majority of the area is accessible, with the exception of the climbing and slide elements.
You will need to transfer to the train. The queue is accessible.
The theater is an outdoor arena. There is available seating designated for disabled guests. Contact an usher for directions.
The Magic Theater is an indoor facility. There are reserved viewing areas for disabled guests. Contact an usher for directions or to obtain an assistive listening device.
Access this attraction though the exit ramp to the right of the main entrance queue. The ramp climbs a very steep hill. Guests must be able to hold themselves upright to ride. The ride is peddle powered, so you must be able to peddle yourself or be accompanied by a helper that can do it for you.
Kid Power Towers
You must transfer into the seat. The seats are weight-limited, which may prevent an assistant from helping you. You climb the tower by pulling on the rope in front of you. You then smoothly drop down. The ride is much milder than it appears, with slight drops.
The maze is completely accessible, to include lifts to the tops of the tower.
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