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3-Day Accessible-Friendly Itinerary

Day 1

Go Wild

Bring out the wild side in everyone as you spend the day exploring Florida’s natural wildlife. Then, enjoy a peaceful evening shopping, dining, and indulging in fantastic entertainment at Disney Springs.

Wild Florida

Wild Florida is a wheelchair-friendly, fun-filled park with attractions to captivate your family. Take a ride on the wheelchair-accessible airboat ride that glides over the Headwaters of the Everglades or enjoy an up-close animal encounter with tropical birds, sloths, or giraffes. And on your way out, drive through the Drive-Thru Safari where you’ll spot exotic animals from your own vehicle!

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Celebration Town Center

After an adventurous morning, slow it down a bit at Celebration Town Center for lunch. With large walkways, smooth boardwalks, and a laid-back atmosphere, this quaint town is perfect for grabbing a bite to eat and enjoying a stroll through the beautiful trees.

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Disney Springs

Once you arrive at Disney Springs, head to the Welcome Center for all their accessibility information. They can assist with stroller and ECV rentals as well to make exploring the entertainment district a breeze. Watch some exciting entertainment before heading off to dine at any of the amazing restaurants. Don’t forget to grab a souvenir from one of the many shops around before heading out!

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Day 2

Try New Things

Spend the day with plenty of relaxing moments and exhilarating thrills! Start slow while soaking up the morning sunshine and then end the day with a high-flying adventure.

Discovery Cove

Start your morning at Discovery Cove with many allergy-friendly offerings, sensory safe areas, and wide walkways. It’s also a Certified Autism Center so their customer service team can create a perfect day just for you and your family. From swimming with dolphins and tropical fish to lounging by the pool and building sandcastles, it’s a day all about you.

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ICON Park

Head over to The Wheel at ICON Park for an amazing afternoon view of Central Florida. You can have your own cart that takes you up 400 feet to experience spectacular views. After your trip around the wheel, stop by Madame Tussauds Orlando to see your favorite Hollywood stars and superheroes! This is the world’s greatest wax museum and it’s fully wheelchair accessible. Before heading off to your next adventure, grab a bite to eat at any of the incredible restaurants at ICON Park!

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iFly Orlando

iFly Orlando welcomes families regardless of physical or cognitive challenges to their All Abilities Night. This indoor skydiving adventure allows anyone to experience the feeling of skydiving out of an airplane! The team really accommodates every specific need and is there the entire time from putting on the protective gear to returning from the sky.

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Day 3

Fully Relax

Take a full day to relax before heading back home! A pool day with tranquil options is ideal for unwinding and reminiscing on all the adventures from the two days before.

Gaylord Palms Resort and Convention Center

After such thrilling days, we suggest heading to your fully accessible resort like Gaylord Palms Resort and Convention Center for a pool day. This relaxing day is centered around soaking up the sunshine and unwinding from the adventures. Whether you choose to get a massage at Relâche Spa, indulge in delicious cuisine at one of six restaurants, or lay by the wheelchair-accessible pools, your day will be just everything you’d hoped.

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Universal CityWalk

Your last stop on your trip will be dining and shopping at Universal’s CityWalk. This entertainment district makes it easy to get around with wheelchair-accessible ramps and wide-open walkways. They even provide accessible viewing areas for stage shows and suggest brining headphones if you’d rather muffle the commotion of the area.

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