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Disney Disability Information

 


 

VISUAL DISABILITY ASSISTANCE AT DISNEY WORLD

 

Braille
Disney Braille Guides
Braille guidebooks are available at Guest Relations in all four of the Disney Theme Parks. These guides provide a general overview of the Theme Park. A refundable $25 deposit is required (must return item on the same day for refund).

Permanent Braille Maps

Permanent Braille maps are located at all four parks, and Downtown Disney.  These use large print, with a clear Braille overlay.  Some key landmarks and attractions have raised graphics for easy orientation.


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Audio Tapes

Audio descriptions are available at Guest Relations through Disney's Handheld Device, which describes visual elements such as actions, settings and scene changes.  These devices work in conjunction with existing show audio at certain theme park attractions.

A refundable $100.00 deposit is required (must return item on the same day for refund).

 

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Service Animals
Service animals are welcome in most areas of Disney World. At all times service animals must remain on a leash or in a harness. Guests should follow the same attraction entrance procedures as described for Guests using wheelchairs. Due to the nature of some attractions, service animals may not be permitted to enter. In those instances, a member of the Guest’s party must remain with the animal.

Designated "Break" Areas for Service Animals

Each Theme Park and Resort has specific locations for service animal relief. Please consult the Guidebook for Guests with Disabilities (available at Guest Relations) for where these areas are found.

Service Animal Restrictions

Due to the nature of the experience, service animals are not permitted on the following attractions:

Magic Kingdom

Epcot

Disney's Hollywood Studios

Disney's Animal Kingdom Theme Park

 


Due to the nature of the experience, guests with service animals should check with a host/hostess for attraction and boarding information at the following attractions:


Magic Kingdom

Epcot

Disney's Hollywood Studios Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park

 

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