We visited Toy Story Midway Mania for the first time at Disney California Adventure during our first visit trip in 2013. I knew it was pretty much the same as the version at Disney’s Hollywood Studios but it is one of my favorites so I wanted to visit it on both coasts.
We learned it is pretty much the same for wheelchair users but I wanted to point out the few differences that are there. First, at DCA Toy Story Midway Mania is not a FASTPASS attraction. This means that no matter what you have to go through the standby queue.
We rode twice. Once first thing in the morning and then late one afternoon. Since we were one of the first guests there during our early morning visit (everyone else heads to Radiator Springs Racers) they allowed us to use a ramp located on the side of the building. This meant that we didn’t have to go through all of the switch backs in the queue. I thought that was really nice.
During our late afternoon visit we went through the standard queue. Since there are no FASTPASSES the line actually goes pretty fast. We were in line around 30 minutes and the queue was easy to get through. Once you get through the queue Cast Members will direct you to the wheelchair loading area.
Wheelchairs have a separate spot just like the version at Walt Disney World. This means you can take your time, which is always nice. Cast Members will ask if you would like to stay in your wheelchair and if you do you’ll have to wait for the accessible ride vehicle.
Once it arrives the Cast Members will lower a ramp for you to enter the ride vehicle. One member of your party will be able to ride with you and they will board first. Cast Members will then strap your wheelchair in, place a bumper behind your wheels, and place a seat belt around you. The shooter in the accessible car has a button and a string to use for the games so you can pick whichever is easiest for you to use.