For safety reasons, to board our attractions, all visitors must be accompanied by at least an able-bodied person at least 15 years of age who is able to help them. This is relevant to all visitors with:
- Reduced mobility or visual impairment (blind)
- Cognitive disabilities – including those on the Autism Spectrum *
*except for certain attractions where that person may accompany several people with disabilities (See the specific details for each attractions in the Disney Parks Accessibility Maps
Our Cast Members (Disneyland Paris employees) cannot escort you or help you get to the different attractions.
To get the most out of your stay, we recommend that you read the Disney Parks Accessibility Maps
We advise all visitors to check the weather report and dress appropriately.
For attractions that require you to move your wheelchair to an attraction vehicle, make sure you are accompanied by at least an able-bodied person at least 15 years of age to assist you. Our Cast Members are not permitted to help visitors get out of their wheelchair. For some attractions, visitors must be able to move independently and climb stairs.
In Walt Disney Studios Park, the queues for attractions are wheelchair accessible; this is also the case for some attractions in Disneyland Park (Buzz Lightyear Laser Blast, Princess Pavilion and Meet Mickey Mouse).
Take a look at the Disney Parks Accessibility Maps
for further details.