Soarin’ Around the World, the newest version of the attraction, debuted in the summer of 2016. While a lot changed visually there weren’t too many changes to the attraction except for the queue. In this post will take a look at the changes and the wheelchair accessibility of Soarin’ at Epcot.
Living with the Land is one of the easiest attractions to board if you are a wheelchair user. Below is what you can expect going through the queue, boarding, on the attraction, and exiting.
Located in Epcot’s Future World, The Seas with Nemo & Friends is another attraction with an accessible ride vehicle. It is very easy to get on and off so even though it is not my favorite attraction we tend ride almost every visit.
Big Thunder Mountain Railroad is one of the attractions at the Magic Kingdom that wheelchair users use an alternate entrance. The attraction also has an accessible ride vehicle to make transferring easier. Check out the details below to see if the wildest ride in the wilderness is for you.
At the Magic Kingdom you can take a leisurely ride down the Rivers of America on the Liberty Belle Riverboat. It is a great way to take a break and relax. I like to take the trip in the afternoon. If you time it just right, you can watch some of the 3:00 parade as it passes by.
The Seven Dwarfs Mine Train is one of my favorite attractions. It’s not the fastest, it’s not the longest, but it is one of the easier coasters for me to ride. The process is a little different from other roller coasters at the park, and I was really nervous the first time, but the Cast Members have always been great and it was so much easier than I thought it was going to be.
The procedure at Disneyland’s Haunted Mansion is a little different that at Walt Disney World. I have been on this attraction at Disneyland once. Our first trip the Haunted Mansion was closed to get ready for the holidays and our second trip was short so we didn’t visit attractions more than once. So if you have experience this attraction more and would like to weigh in I would love your feed back.