1. Plan your visit during low crowd levels at the parks and the off season in order to create a more positive vacation experience at Walt Disney World.
2. Be prepared. Decide what your priorities are before you head to the park. For example: We MUST ride Space Mountain but it will be okay if we skip the Teacups.
3. Try to utilize the Fastpass+ system in conjunction with the DAS as much as possible. Reserve the attractions with the typically longest wait time with Fastpass+ and use the DAS for riding those attractions a second time or for other attractions with shorter wait times located nearby.
5. Try to see street shows and ride attractions with shorter wait times while waiting.
6. Plan DAS attractions around meals/snacks and eat during the wait time.
7. Take a break in a quiet area and talk about what you have already seen that day.
9. Do something that doesn’t require the DAS during the wait time: At the Magic Kingdom sign up for Sorcerer’s of the Magic Kingdom or A Pirate’s Adventure. At Epcot, sign up for Phineas and Ferb. At Animal Kingdom, sign up for Wilderness Explorers.
10. Please be patient with all cast members.
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Read about our comparison of all three Orlando theme parks' disability passes here on our blog.