Sleeping Beauty Castle
  • On Jul 27, 2017
    Pauline from IL Asked

    My husband will need to rent a scooter. Does this allow us to go to the front of the line as a group? He can't walk the park like we used to.

    Hi Pauline!
    Thanks for stopping by the Disney Parks Moms Panel!
    While Park rules prohibit scooters inside the Theme Parks, I've got a great idea for your hubby-- get an ECV rental!
    Rented wheelchair and ECVs may be used in both Disney California Adventure Park and Disneyland Park.
    Most of the queue lines are wide enough for a wheelchair or ECV to get through.
    Those attractions that cannot accommodate an ECV have a Cast Member standing in front of the attraction giving guests a time to come back and visit.
    Also, there's the new MaxPass Service you can purchase which would allow you to book FASTPASSES for your favorite attractions, directly from the Disneyland Mobile App!
    I think an EVC rental combined with the MaxPass feature would really make things easier for you and your husband and give you both an opportunity to enjoy the Happiest Place on Earth to the fullest!
    I hope this helps.
    Have a Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah Day!
    -Anabel M.
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Meet the Panelist: Anabel, California

I'm a bilingual, Disney-loving happy wife & proud mommy of Benny & Toby (Woody & Buzz). I've always loved Disneyland. Each trip to this magical place makes me "curiouser and curiouser." I'm proud to serve as a Disney Parks Moms Panelist and look forward to helping with your Disneyland Resort questions. My best advice? Buy the mouse ears, eat the churro, sing out loud and forget about your worries and your strife while at the “happiest place on Earth” Learn More About Anabel

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