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2012 and some 2013 dates

Although the majority of theme parks and state parks offer full wheelchair access, some physically challenged guests may not be allowed on certain rides. This is due to safety considerations. See the following Florida attractions for more information.


Busch Gardens Tampa Bay
Wheelchair and motorized cart rentals are available on a limited basis.

Cypress Gardens
Both manual and electric wheelchairs are available for rental on a first-come, first-served basis.

Kennedy Space Center
Visitor guides are available in many formats, including Braille, large print and on audio tape. Sign language interpreters are available for KSC tours and presentations.
Tour buses are equipped with wheelchair accessible lifts to accommodate wheelchair users, and a separate van is available for those who require special assistance.

SeaWorld Orlando
There are assisted restrooms and telephones equipped with amplified hand sets.
Wheelchairs can be rented for a small fee and a limited number of electric wheelchairs are available.

Universal Studios
Guests with hearing impairments can obtain TDDs at the service desk.

Disney World
Special parking is available for guests at all Disney theme parks.

Disney uses a symbol system to guide its disabled guests, symbols include a wheelchair to indicate that people can remain in their own wheelchairs to ride on the attraction, another sign indicates that they must leave their wheelchair to board the attraction, and another sign communicates they must transfer to an available wheelchair.
Other signs indicate listening devices, the reflective captioning system and video captioning.

Disney allows guide animals to ride on some attractions. "animal break areas" are located throughout the parks, and each park has personnel available to assist you with your animal. You may hire a listening device for a

Beach Access
A trip to a Florida beach is a must when you are on vacation in Florida and many Florida beaches offer wheelchair access and accessable areas. Many beaches now offer, to rent, a specially adapted wheelchair. With thick plastic wheels you can move along the beach more easily. Daytona Beach offers a door-to-door transit service for disabled persons who are unable to use the regular bus service. Reservations must be made at least one day in advance. For more information, Tel: 386-322-5100.

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