attractions/shows with steps at wdw

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  1. married2mm

    married2mm DIS Veteran

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    so, if no das issued-but obviously have to wait and see...

    however, cant navigate stairs-but not in a wheelchair or scooter-
    what happens with seating arrangements-

    thinking of lion king,lma etc..:confused3
     
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  3. rtilner

    rtilner Mouseketeer

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    In the old location of the lion king there were seats at the bottom.
    I had evc and drove right in and parked along side of theses seats.

    Just advise the person seating you and get there early if you don't have a wheel chair or evc.

    Beauty and the Beast in HS I drive my evc down a ramp.

    Fantasmic show there are seats at the top and you see great I sit in my evc every time.
     
  4. married2mm

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    Thanks.:)
     
  5. SueM in MN

    SueM in MN combining the teacups with a roller coaster Moderator

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    Post 28 on page 2 of the disABILITIES FAQs thread has a list of attractions with stairs and moving walkways.
    This is a link to page 2 and then scroll down to post 28.

    Let the CM greeting and also seating what you need/that you can't do steps.

    Beauty and the Beast has accessible seats at the very top row and also down a ramp in the very front row.

    From the pictures I've seen of Lion King, the new set up looks the same as the old was, so quite a few seats on ground level.

    I'm not sure what you are meaning as lma; if it's the Little Mermaid at Hollywood Studios, there are no steps. The whole theater is ramped.
     
  6. married2mm

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    Thanks for the info sue.

    Lma= lights motor action:lmao:
     
  7. tinka-belle

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    For Lights, Motors, Action let the CM know you are using a wheelchair or scooter and will stay in it for the show. There is special seating throughout the stands including the ground level, and elevator access for the other locations higher in the stands. Not a public elevator, the CM will access it for you.

    Most attractions have elevators or ramps that one never notices because they are not looking for them. The CM's know how to get you in!
     
  8. Aristomommy

    Aristomommy <font color=deeppink>We were in the “wild animals”

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    Lion King at the new theater has the exact same seating arrangement as the old theater. We were seated in one if the 2 rows on floor level.
     

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