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I'm coming with 2 handicapped kids. One in a wheelchair. Do they stop the ride long enough for him to get on? He's actually an adult, but physically handicapped. I've already looked at all the attractions and he has to get out of the wheelchair.
- Asked by vicki on 2/17/2013
Hi, Vicki! Walt Disney World can be a very accommodating place for a vacation when you are traveling with someone who has mobility issues. They can give you as much time as you'll need to get on or off of an attraction, even if you are with someone who is unable to transfer from their wheelchair. Even some of the attractions that have "moving sidewalks" as part of their queue can be stopped to allow people to board the attraction vehicles.
I hope this helps take some of the worry away for your upcoming vacation!