Many people with limited abilities or a disability visit Disney's Magic Kingdom every year. Walt Disney World tries to help all each guest have a great vacation. This page is an outline of the attractions and restaurants at Disney's Tomorrowland and what they require to participate in them.
Walt Disney World's Tomorrowland
All shops are wheelchair accessible in Tomorrowland. Pick up your receiver at Guest Relations.
Check with your doctor about riding. Guests should be free of high blood pressure, heart, back or neck problems, motion sickness and other conditions to ride some of the attractions. Expectant mothers should not ride some of the rides.
Rides and Attractions
Astro Orbiter - a slow, spinning elevated ride designed like a space vehicle. A joystick allows you to lower or raise your rocket.
Guests must transfer from their wheelchair to the ride. A member of your party can assist you with boarding.
All guests go through the standard line. A Cast Member takes you past the turnstiles and to the elevator.
Service animals are not permitted.
Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin - a slower, spinning ride that was inspired by a video game based on Toy Story 2.
Guests must transfer from an EVC to an available wheelchair.
Guests in a wheelchair proceed through the standard line until they reach the marked access gate.
Handheld Captioning and Audio Description is available with a device.
Stitch’s Great Escape! - a high energy theater show that takes place in a darkened theater with surprises.
Guests must transfer from a ECV to an available wheelchair.
You can use the standard queue.
Video Captioning, Assistive Listening Receivers and Handheld Captioning are available.
Service animals need to check in with a Cast Member.
May be frightening to some.
Rider switch is available.
Tomorrowland Speedway - This is a mini car race ride.
Guests must transfer to the ride vehicle.
You should proceed through the standard queue area until the designated entrance gate.
Guests must be able to step up into the race cars.
The cars may get bumped from behind.
To drive, guests must have enough vision and be able to steer and depress the gas pedal.
Space Mountain - a roller coaster ride with high speed, heights, sharp turns, sudden drops and stops. Part of the ride is in the dark.
Guests must transfer from a ECV to an available wheelchair and then to the attraction vehicle. All guests go through the main entrance.
Guests will need to be able to step down into the vehicle.
When exiting, there is a steep incline on a moving belt. Some guests will need help with this.
If you wish, you can skip the roller coaster and see the pre-show and post- show. Service animals are not permitted.
Rider switch is available.
Monsters, Inc. Laugh Floor - a comedy show for kids based on Monters, Inc.
You may remain in a wheelchair or ECV. Enter through standard queue.
Sign language is offered on Mondays and Thursdays on specific shows.
Video Captioning and Assistive Listening Receivers can be used at this show.
Walt Disney’s Carousel of Progress - a revolving theater that tells the story of the evolution of technology.
Guests can remain in their wheelchairs or ECV.
Go through the main entrance to a Cast Member. Ramps are at the entrance and exit of the attraction.
Video Captioning, Audio Description, Assistive Listening Receivers and Handheld Captioning is available at this attraction.
Tomorrowland Arcade - an indoor video arcade. Some of the games are wheelchair accessible.
Tomorrowland Transit Authority Peoplemover - gives an elevated 10 minute tour of Tomorrowland and behind the scenes look at some of the other attractions like Space Mountain.
Guests need to be able to walk by themselves or be assisted by a member of their party. Guests walk up a steep upwardly moving ramp to a moving turntable. From a moving walkway, guests board a moving vehicle.
Handheld Captioning and Audio Description are available in this attraction.
All the restaurants are counter service in Tomorrowland. They are Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe, Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies, The Lunching Pad and Tomorrow Terrace Restaurant. Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café may have some items that meet some dietary restrictions.
The Lunching Pad - specialty as well as classic hot dogs, pretzels and drinks. Good for snacks. Outdoors with a covering over some tables. You can remain in a wheelchair or ECV.
Cosmic Ray's Starlight Cafe - serves lunch and dinner. It has a variety of hamburgers, sandwiches, salads, soups, fries, desserts.
Tomorrowland Terrace Restaurant - This restaurant is open seasonally. It serves breakfast items and also has a fireworks dessert show you can participate in during the nightly fireworks. It gets crowded for that event. Reservations are recommended.