Disney’s Magical Express is a complementary service that takes you to and from Orlando International Airport (MCO) and your Walt Disney World Resort. It’s a great service to take advantage of if you are not renting a car. Here is everything wheelchair users need to know when using Disney’s Magical Express.
We have put together our Walt Disney World Transportation Guide for Wheelchair Users. WDW transportation is more than busses and monorails. Find out which forms of transportation are wheelchair accessible to the theme parks, resorts, and Disney Springs. Not all of them of the fastest but sometimes the journey is part of the adventure.
The Walt Disney World monorail is one of the most iconic forms of transportation at the parks. You can board the monorail at the Transportation and Ticket Center, the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, and the three Disney monorail resorts, the Contemporary Resort, Polynesian Village Resort, and the Grand Floridian.
It’s time for Kill, Refurb, Marry with Estelle from This Happy Place Blog and Melissa from Mouse on the Mind. This month’s topic is Disney Parks Transportation. I thought this one would be easy but nope. Not easy. Also, I may be cheating but I didn’t actually kill anything this month. So here goes.