AUTHOR: Kelly Mack



Accessible Fantasyland: Part 1

The Magic Kingdom castle glows with purple hues

One of the wonderful things about Walt Disney World is that it is so accessible that even fabulous fantasies can come true for anyone. Fantasyland may be one of the older parts of this classic theme park, but it is largely accessible to people with disabilities and wheelchair users like myself.









Walt Disney World Dolphin Resort Accessibility Review

View of the Swan Resort and boat dock from the Dolphin Resort

*DIS Contributors review meals, resort stays, and entertainment that they have paid for during their own vacations. They only utilize discounts and offers if they are available to the general public, such as annual passholder discounts, Tables in Wonderland, or DVC membership discounts. They receive no additional compensation for dining experiences or events, so that Walt Disney World Dolphin Resort Accessibility Review



Traveling to Disney World: An Accessible Ground Transportation Failure

Author at the WDW Dolphin Resort

On a recent bonus trip to Walt Disney World, I tested out accessible Mears cab transportation and experienced a failure rate of 50%. One of two trips worked and I came close to missing my flight home. Unfortunately, this is exactly the problem I predicted in January with the planned elimination of Disney’s Magical Express Traveling to Disney World: An Accessible Ground Transportation Failure



Accessibility Review of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Author hanging out in the Millennium Falcon

Note: This article includes photos taken before the pandemic. Please follow Walt Disney World guidelines for COVID-19 safety precautions.  Wondering if a galaxy far, far away is accessible to visitors with disabilities? Worry not: accessible it is. (Guilty! I am a big Yoda fan!) During our last two trips to Disney World, my husband and Accessibility Review of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disney’s Hollywood Studios



The Accessibility Problem of Cancelling Magical Express

Author and husband wearing ears with Minnie and Mickey

Disney World visitors have rightly been lamenting the cancellation of Magical Express service from the Orlando airport to the resorts starting in 2022. Families worry about how to carry children, bags, car seats, and more with an affordable transportation option. Others worry that the benefits of staying (and paying more) at an onsite resort are The Accessibility Problem of Cancelling Magical Express