Accessibility in Theme Parks

I cannot believe that is twelve months since our trip to the USA. When we went to America we did the theme parks in Orlando – Disney World, Universal Studios and Legoland. I was delighted that all had clear information on their websites about services for guest with disabilities. We contacted Disney’s disability services when selecting our accommodation, to ensure that we were choosing something appropriate. The responses we received to our questions promptly and helpful. For the Disney Parks they offer Rider Switch and have break areas for Guests who become over-stimulated. The best accessibility program though was at Legoland. They provided us with a cognitive reference sheet for all the attractions in the park, so we knew which ones had loud noises, scents, dark scenes etc and could plan accordingly. We also used their Hero Access Pass, this allowed us one-time expediated access to attractions and a return time for attractions we wanted to access more than once. To access this you have to go to Guest Services situated after you enter the gates. I was hesitant to go because of the stigma but I am so glad I did. There was no judgement just friendly advice that made our time at the park lots of fun.

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