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Tony Phoenix and Adrienne Vincent-Phoenix, editors

Disneyland > Toontown

Disneyland Railroad [Guest may remain in wheelchair.]

Go to the exit ramp found to the left of the entrance. The conductor will provide boarding instructions. Guests confined to wheelchairs or who are unable to climb the steps to board the train may use the new wheelchair loading ramp. Note that only two of the trains are equipped to accommodate wheelchairs at this time. Depending on how many trains are operating, you may have to wait up to 20 minutes to be able to board. If you can leave your wheelchair and climb two steps, you can avoid the wait. In this case, you can fold the chair to take it with you or leave it at the station for a round trip. NOTE: There is no wheelchair access at the Main Street Station. To exit there, you must be able to descend a flight of stairs.

Roger Rabbit's Car Toon Spin [Guest must transfer to ride system.] [Service dogs may not join guest on this ride.] [This ride has health restrictions.]

The line can accommodate regular wheelchairs. However, those using canes, scooters or a Special Assistance pass should board through the exit. The queue and ride use a smoke effect that can cause problems for those with breathing difficulties. Disabled guests may use FastPass on this attraction.

Gadget's Go Coaster [Guest must transfer to ride system.] [Service dogs may not join guest on this ride.] [This ride has health restrictions.]

Gadget's Go Coaster is accessed through the exit, to the far right of the ride. The ride cars are very small, and may require some shoehorning to get into.

Mickey's House [Guest may remain in wheelchair.]

Mickey's house is accessed through a ramp to the right of the house, next to the wishing well. When there is a long line to see Mickey, the line will wrap through the wishing well area. If this is the case, ask a cast member where you should join the line.

Minnie's House [Guest may remain in wheelchair.]

When the line is long, the queue is routed up a curb. If this is the case, contact a cast member for instructions. Other than this situation, the entire house is accessible.

Children's Play Areas

There isn't much I can tell you about these areas, such as the Bounce House, since I am just a bit too tall to experience them myself (completely unfair in my opinion!) If you have any experience with these that you can share, your input would be greatly appreciated.


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[Guest may remain in wheelchair.]

Guest may remain in wheelchair

[Guest must transfer to ride system.]

Guest must transfer to ride system

[Guest must be able to walk.]

Guest must be able to walk

[Assistive listening device available.]

Assistive listening device available

[Reflective captioning available.]

Reflective captioning available

[Service dogs may not join guest on this ride.]

Service dogs may not join guest on this ride

[This ride has health restrictions.]

This ride has health restrictions

[Closed-Captioning available.]

Closed-Captioning available


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