Seaworld advice please!

Discussion in 'disABILITIES!' started by wdw_nutz, Nov 13, 2017 at 8:18 PM.

  1. wdw_nutz

    wdw_nutz Mouseketeer

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    Hello everyone,

    Myself and my wife have a trip to Orlando planned and we leave in 17 days. (17 days! Woohooo!!)

    We have decided, rather last minute, to add a day at Seaworld on our first day. I am travelling with my own ECV and haven't been to Seaworld in 7 years so can't remember at all what to do! Do I need to go see Guest Services and obtain a pass of some description, or is it like Disney and the scooter covers the mobility issues? And what about access to rides and shows etc?

    Is it worthwhile buying a front of line access unlimited pass thingie or will I be able to stay in my ECV until boarding? I can't stand for long enough to line up without it.

    Thanks for your advice!

    17 days! Woohoo! :D
     
  2. Hoodie

    Hoodie <font color=purple>Going to BC and GF with one wee

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    Their disability guide on their website is pretty extensive. They also have you fill out a questionnaire that you turn in to guest services. Your responses on that will tell you what you can and cannot go on. I looked into the questionnaire when we went with my autistic son but it was all mobility and physical related, not cognitive.
    https://seaworld.com/orlando/help/guests-with-disabilities/
     

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