3. You can use FastPasses for shows and character meet and greets
But unless you are really interested in meeting these characters, we wouldn’t recommend it. FastPasses for shows simply get you into the seating area before standby guests. While this often means you’ll have a “better” seat there really isn’t a bad view from any seat at a Disney show, and you will ultimately spend more time sitting in those seats waiting for the show to start.
2. Dining can be expensive
While most guests know their hotel and park tickets will be expensive, some do not realize that the high expenses of a Disney trip do not stop there. Even quick service meals may seem expensive, depending on how much similar options cost at home or how much you were planning on spending during the trip. We recommend saving extra spending money prior to your trip, or researching the Disney Dining Plan to see what will work best for you.
1. Many attractions are wheelchair accessible
All attractions have accessible queues, and many Disney attractions are fully accessible for guests traveling in wheelchairs. Many slow moving attractions offer fully accessible ride vehicles, where a wheelchair can be placed in the vehicle with the guest never having to move. Other attractions may require the guest to transfer out of the wheelchair, but the process can be made easier by asking a cast member to slow down conveyor belts or stop ride vehicles so you can comfortably get in.