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7 Day Accessible-Friendly Itinerary

From thrilling adventures to relaxing escapes, there’s something for everyone here in Kissimmee — including those who have accessibility needs. With a wide variety of accessible-friendly activities and attractions, you can easily spend a week exploring everything we have to offer. Here’s a seven-day itinerary featuring a taste of Kissimmee’s accessible awesomeness.

Day 1

Stay and Play

Stay close to all the action around Central Florida. With the incredible amenities of Kissimmee’s accessible resorts, you could easily spend your days staying put! Start your trip getting acquainted with the many amenities of your resort and preparing for a week of excitement. 

Gaylord Palms Resort and Convention Center

With 4.5 acres of stunning indoor garden atriums and the world-class Relâche Spa, Gaylord Palms Resort and Convention Center is gorgeous, fully accessible resort, and a great place to be pampered! Dine and drink at six restaurants and bars and relax at two wheelchair-accessible pools. This is the ideal headquarters for an exciting week exploring Kissimmee. Plus, it’s just minutes from Walt Disney World Resort — if you can tear yourself away from the luxury. 

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Grand Orlando Resort at Celebration

From excellent amenities and fully accessible pool and spa to free shuttle service to Walt Disney World Resort and endless entertainment and relaxation, The Grand Orlando Resort at Celebration has it all! Savor the lush lakeside landscape, exceptional dining, and close proximity to Kissimmee’s many attractions. This full-service resort is wheelchair accessible, and the entire hotel property is located on flat ground. 

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Day 2

Go Wild

Kissimmee’s natural landscape is a totally unique environment, with so many opportunities for adventure. So, on day two, indulge your wild side!


See some of Florida’s wild creatures from a safe but exhilarating distance. Soar 350 feet into the air with Gatorland’s wheelchair-accessible Gator Gauntlet Zip Line approved by the Florida Disabled Outdoors Association (FDOA). Want to get a bit closer? Large, accessible pathways run throughout the park, and Gatorland experts can guide you to get close — but not too close! — to their rare giant white alligators.

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Old Town Kissimmee

Enjoy some downtime in Old Town Kissimmee, a recreation of a classic Florida town that’s filled with old-fashioned American fun. With free weekly live entertainment and classic car shows every weekend, there’s always something going on in this quaint town of yesteryear. At night, the streets come to life, and you can catch a magic show, ride the wheelchair-accessible gondola, or just relax in the friendly atmosphere.

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Day 3

Art and Culture Lovers

It’s not all fun and games in Kissimmee. It’s also fun and art. Spend a day taking in some creativity and culture from local artwork to worldwide creations. 

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Orlando Museum of Art

For almost 100 years, the Orlando Museum of Art has served art lovers with European masterworks and a deep permanent collection of American art. You can spend hours touring 80,000 square feet of local, regional, national, and international artwork. All exhibits are fully wheelchair accessible, and the museum offers assisted listening devices.

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Madame Tussauds Orlando

Play the role of paparazzi at the world’s greatest wax museum. From classic Hollywood stars and current A-Listers to superheroes and rock stars, Madame Tussauds Orlando offers pure celebrity excitement in a fully wheelchair-accessible environment.

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Day 4

Disney Day

Spending the day at Walt Disney World Resort? Rest assured, they’ve got your accessibility needs covered, with many fully accessible rides, shows, and attractions.

Disney's Magic Kingdom Park

Endless enchantment awaits at Magic Kingdom Park. Set sail on a Jungle Cruise, enjoy a Country Bear Jamboree, blast off to the skies above on Space Mountain, and so much more. Magic Kingdom Park offers a wide variety of fully accessible attractions as well as Disability Access Service (DAS), which is designed to accommodate guests who have difficulty with extended waits in a conventional lineup environment.

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Embark on a trip around the globe without leaving Walt Disney World Resort at Epcot. You’ll marvel at the power of human imagination and be enchanted by the magic. Many of Epcot’s attractions are fully accessible, and Disability Access Service (DAS) is available for guests with accessibility needs.

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Day 5

Dinner and a Show

Dig into a deliciously satisfying meal with a side order of belly laughs and thrills.

Knights jousting at Medieval Times

Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament

Take a trip back in time and treat yourself to a decadent four-course banquet and exciting show — 11th century-style — at Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament, North America’s most popular dinner attraction. Watch jousting knights and death-defying sword fights as you feast. Seating is available for those with disabilities and it’s one of the best seats in the house! When purchasing tickets online, check “Show me ADA/Accessible Seating” to reserve your accessible seating ahead of time.

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Sleuths Mystery Dinner

For aspiring gumshoes, Sleuths Mystery Dinner is a hilariously entertaining show combining comedy and mystery. You’ll be cast in the role of detective in an immersive and interactive experience. Those with mobility issues are welcome to join the production, as there are wheelchair ramps to access the venue and no steps in the dining rooms or lobby.

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Day 6

Catch Some Air

Take in Florida’s history of space exploration and catch some air yourself! Today seems like a good day for an out-of-this-world experience.

Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex

Meet an astronaut, check out a real-life space shuttle, and tour the Rocket Garden. Most Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex attractions are accessible to all guests with disabilities, including mobility, hearing, vision, and developmental. From front-row viewings of rocket launches and wide-paved, level walkways for wheelchairs, complex has your accessibility needs covered. 

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iFly Orlando

Experience the thrill of skydiving without the plane and parachute. Everyone is invited to try indoor skydiving at iFly Orlando’s All Abilities Night, regardless of physical or cognitive challenges. The iFly team can work with you to accommodate specific needs and provide additional assistance — including putting on flight suits and helmets — throughout orientation and during the flight.

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Day 7

A Day in the Wild, a Night on the Town

Soak up some sun in town during your last day in Kissimmee! Take in the relaxing and friendly Florida vibe before you head home.

Wild Florida

The many protected swamps, marshes, and rivers throughout Central Florida are a nature lover’s paradise! Zoom around the unique landscape with one of Wild Florida’s wheelchair-accessible airboat rides. Want to come face to face with tropical birds, sloths, bobcats, and more? Wild Florida’s Gator Park is wheelchair-friendly and gets you close to the action. 

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Celebration Town Center

You’ll love the picturesque Celebration Town Center, with its gorgeous houses, bustling shops, and tranquil lakes. The best part? The walkways and smooth boardwalk make it accessible for wheelchairs and other mobility devices. Get some fresh air and delight in the laid-back atmosphere of this perfect little town. You may even spot some wildlife nearby — birds, turtles, fish, deer, and more have all been known to visit Celebration! 

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