The old GAC would accommodate up to four people. how many will the new ones? I have extra support for my children 4 with disabilities. 7 kids total but 5 adults it hard for us to separate. will we all be accommodated for?
- Asked by Regina from PA on 11/9/2013
Not to worry!
Disney Parks' new Disability Access Service (DAS) has replaced the old Guest Assistance Card, and should, in short, still enable your family to access the attractions you'd like to enjoy.
Take a look at this... read more
Hi. I was just wondering how long it takes to, leisurely, go through the entire swiss family tree house? Thanks.
- Asked by Sandy from KS on 11/13/2013
I would say that if you really take the time to soak it all in, you would probably take about 10 to 15 minutes as you go along. You will want to let others pass you by, so that you can see some of the detail in the different scenes, but... read more
The Star Tours ride in Hollywood Studios WDW seems to say that a person can stay in their manual wheelchair during the ride. Is there a version of the ride which is stationary and the person can see the 3D movies but not get shaken around by the ride?
- Asked by Cindy from OH on 10/31/2013
Hello Cindy! Star Tours at Disney's Hollywood Studios has some amazing 3D effects and will definitely make you feel as if you are inside of the movies. However, this type of action is not for everyone - myself included!... read more
We are super excited about planning our trip next summer. I was thinking about one of the pirate cruises for the kids. Do you have a favorite or are they about the same? I was also wondering if a disney photographer goes along with them?
- Asked by James from MO on 11/3/2013
Hi there James!
I'm so glad that you decided to visit the Disney Parks Moms Panel with your question!
My kids have always enjoyed the Pirate Adventure Cruises at Walt Disney World! They've tried them all and they BOTH agree that their... read more
I have read a lot about the child swap and I was wondering is it only valid for rides that have fast pass lines ? If a ride does not have a fast pass line how can you do the child swap without having to wait in the really long line again.
- Asked by Amanda from MD on 10/30/2013
Disney's Rider Switch service, also known as child or baby swap, is a glorious invention and has been a lifesaver for many of my families vacations. Rider switch is offered as an alternative for guests who are traveling with... read more