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Accessible Attractions | The Haunted Mansion

Madame Leota | Haunted Mansion

One of my first posts on Rolling with the Magic was about The Haunted Mansion and my excitement about the enhancements to the queue they made a few years ago. If you didn’t know, wheelchair users weren’t able to see the stretch room until the changes were made. It’s one of the best parts of the experience!…

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Accessible Attractions | The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh

The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh

The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh is one of the easiest attractions to experience at Walt Disney World and Disneyland for wheelchair users. The attraction and the ride vehicles are a little different at each park so we’ll take a look at both. Magic Kingdom The Basics Location: Fantasyland in Magic Kingdom Park Height…

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Quiet Spots at Walt Disney World

Quiet Spots at Walt Disney World

Quiet spots and Walt Disney World are not really things that go together. But believe it or not, there are a few spots at the parks that are pretty quiet. Disney vacations can be so hectic. And if you are an introvert like me, being around so many people can be draining. It’s really good…

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Accessible Attractions | Enchanted Tiki Room

Walt Disney's Enchanted Tiki Room

The Tiki Room is a classic Disney attraction that is one of our must do’s and should be on your list too! Today we’re going to cover the wheelchair accessibility of the show at both Walt Disney World and the original at Disneyland. Find out what to expect in the tiki, tiki, tiki, tiki tiki…

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Wheelchair Firework & Parade Viewing

Wheelchair Firework & Parade Viewing at Walt Disney World is a topic I get a lot of questions about. Here is a breakdown of what to expect in each park. Plus a few of our favorite viewing spots and tips.

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Accessible Attractions | it’s a small world

it's a small world Magic Kingdom

it’s a small world has always been one of my favorite attractions at Walt Disney World. I love the classic feeling, the message, and yes, even the song. It is also a wheelchair friendly attraction with a separate entrance and no transfer is required.

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Accessible Attractions | Mad Tea Party

Accessible Attractions | Mad Tea Party - Rolling with the Magic

Who’s ready for a spin in a tea cup? The Mad Tea Party at the Magic Kingdom has always been one of my favorite attractions. I love Alice in Wonderland and there is just something fun about spinning around in a giant tea cup and giggling like a kid.

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Manual Chair vs Power Chair at Disney

Update! From the WHILL website: As of March 1, 2019, the Model M has been discontinued. We’re still here to provide support, maintenance and repairs for your Model M. For support inquiries, please reach out to our Support Team at support@whill.us or (844) 699-4455 The Model A has similar features to Model M, including seat slide, three…

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