2-Day Accessible Itinerary

Visitors of all abilities can enjoy these Central Florida favorites.

Young girl and older woman hula hooping at the Promenade at Sunset Walk in the sunshine

There's something fun for everyone at Promenade at Sunset Walk

Whether you're traveling with someone with special needs or planning a trip for yourself, Kissimmee offers numerous outdoor activities and attractions to make your vacation unique! Explore a selection of activities beyond the renowned theme parks that are accessible and inclusive for travelers with disabilities.

Day 1


Gatorland is the Alligator Capital of the World, and you’ll easily find out why! You can zip line over an alligator breeding marsh on the wheelchair-accessible Gator Gauntlet Zip Line and then explore the rest of the park for animal encounters, alligator shows, and more that are all accessible by large pathways! Experts are there to guide you through the park and are well equipped to make everyone’s day amazing.

Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament

You probably worked up an appetite so head over to Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament for a four-course banquet fit for a king or queen. This 11th-century themed dining experience, you’ll indulge in a delicious meal while watching knights joust until the end. Plus, there are seating arrangements for anyone needing extra assistance and it’s truly the best seat in the house! 

Old Town Kissimmee

Your final stop of the night will be Old Town Kissimmee for a step back in time the simpler times. With large pathways and a wheelchair-accessible gondola, you can roam freely through the streets of restaurants, bars, shops, and live entertainment. Plus, with weekly classic car shows, you’ll have a great time with a classic twist!

Day 2

Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex

Just a short drive from Kissimmee is the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex and it should be on your must-visit spot! It’s accessible for all, including mobility, hearing, vision, and developmental challenges. With you in mind, most of their complex is accessible friendly. Stroll through the Rocket Garden, meet an astronaut at lunch, and even experience a rocket launch with front-row viewings! It’s a go for a good time!

Promenade at Sunset Walk

Once you land back in Kissimmee, Promenade at Sunset Walk is a great place to relax and grab a bite to eat. Choose from many different dining locations including Estefan Kitchen, Ford’s Garage, Capone’s Coal Fired Pizza, El Jefe Tequilas, and more. Then dance the night away near their stage that features amazing local artists.