Three great Disney Park chill out rides!


Sometimes, even with a disability pass the Disney parks and rides can get hot and crowded. Here is my roundup of three great rides which will appeal to children that like transport, cool you off and provide some chill out time!

Looking out of a tunnel down a river into a garden

The Walt Disney World Railroad at Magic Kingdom will appeal to anyone that likes trains! It is a gentle, authentic steam train ride round the outside of the park, stopping so you can get on and off. The breeze as you travel will cool you down and you can even eat your picnic as you travel!
You can read about our adventure on this ride here.

A steam train at the station

The Tomorrowland Transit Authority People mover, also at Magic Kingdom, is another great ride. The queue moves very quickly as the ride is a continual tram. This ride cools you down with the breeze in your hair and takes you round the whole of Tomorrowland where you can spot some of your favourite rides and Cinderella’s castle! You can read more about this ride here.


A boy in sunglasses, smiling as he sits on a Disney ride

Living with the Land at Epcot is a gentle and interesting boat ride through the greenhouses and fish farms of Epcot. It is indoors so gets you out of the sun for a while. The queue has always been short enough when we have visited to walk straight on with the disability pass which means you can also ride whilst waiting for the nearby Soarin. You can read about our adventure on this ride here.

A beautiful garden and water feature

Which are your families favourite chill out rides at Disney?




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Published by Autism Kids on Tour - Autism without limits

I have two kids and love to show them the world. We dont let autism limit us in our adventures! I write about our adventures and include tips on how suitable activities were for children with autism. I also write more autism specific posts.

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