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  • On Dec 1, 2010
    Cindy from GA Asked

    I use a mobility aid (a scooter) and I was wondering how accessible Disneyquest is for someone like me..... would it be better for me to enjoy something else while my daughter and husband spend the afternoon gaming it up???

    Hi, Cindy! DisneyQuest is a great, five-story virtual theme park. We've spent many a rainy and/or cold afternoon at Walt Disney World enjoying the attractions and games there. The building is completely accessible for those guests in wheelchairs or Electronic Convenience Vehicles (ECVs). However, please know that it is relatively dark and can get congested if crowded. I think that if you're going during an "off time" -- for instance, right at opening especially during the middle of the week -- you can go with your daughter and husband and completely enjoy DisneyQuest.

    However, if you're like me, I actually use the opportunity while my hubby and kiddos are at DisneyQuest to do some solo shopping at Downtown Disney. We save money on the ticket for me since I'm not a big fan of virtual games and dark, loud spaces. Plus, I get to have a little alone time!

    Whatever you choose, you're sure to have a blast! I hope this helps you plan. Come back if you have more questions. Have a wonderful day and a magical vacation!
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