Question by  pat74 (6)

How can I prepare for a visit to Disneyland if I have multiple sclerosis?

Will I be able to get around there?


Answer by  patti (29325)

You don't say if you use a wheelchair. Disneyland is very accessible for those who do and, in fact, rents wheelchairs and other equipment to help make the visit as pleasant as possible. The park is higly accessible. Visit the Disney website for details of accommodations and assistance as well as contact information to ask questions and make arrangements.


Answer by  lmac (355)

Disneyland is wonderfully accessible. Due to the size of the park, I strongly recommend the use of a wheelchair, and they have them available for guest use.


Answer by  moonzi (286)

Definitely, if you need to, you can rent a wheelchair for a low fee. Right when you enter Disneyland, go directly to their city hall. Let them know you have multiple sclerosis and they will give you a pass to go directly to front of lines of rides and shows.


Answer by  flamiss22 (5081)

Make sure you have a note from your doctor to get a wheelchair and no waiting when getting into rides. It also gets you preferential parking.

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