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Disneyland Paris for walking disabled visitors

Disneyland Paris is a place full of magic and this should be unlimited for every guests, whether big or small, whether with disabilities or without.
This means that people with disabilities who are able to walk, are people who do not need a wheelchair but are otherwise restricted!
Disneyland Paris and its cast members always endeavor to make the restrictions for these guests as small as necessary and to make their stay as magical as possible.

Basically, the same information applies to this group of people as we have summarized here for you.
Should you still have any questions, don't hesitate to contact Disneyland Paris directly for your planning or to contact the Cast Members on site at any time!
Careful planning of the trip is often the best prerequisite, because most things are taken care of before arrival and nothing stands in the way of a carefree stay in the Disney Parks.

Guide dogs, assistance dogs & Co

Are you dependent on a guide dog, service dog or an assistance dog? No problem, even if dogs and other animals are not allowed at Disneyland, there is an exception in these cases.

It is even possible to take the animals to some attractions. You can find out exactly which these are in the information brochure for disabled guests at Disneyland Paris or at the City Hall.

It is recommended that you bring your own drinking bowl as such items are not available in the park and the dog can still be supplied with water throughout the day. Carrying the appropriate food is also the responsibility of the owner. Additionally pooping-bags should also be carried, but that is a matter of course of the responsibility of the dog owners.
Disneyland Paris employees are not allowed to look after or feed animals of visitors.

Planning, Travel, onsite: Disneyland Paris with disabilities Video (English subittles)

Disneyland Paris is a magical place for everbody, as they try to make everything possible, including for people with disabilities. Our video explains how best to plan a trip to Disneyland Paris if you or someone travelling with you has a disability or a temporary impairment and what options are available to you during your stay.