Theme Park for the Disabled: Access is possible

| Monday, July 12th, 2010 | Comments Off on Theme Park for the Disabled: Access is possible

Interesting Article on an accessible theme park.

Those with disabilities are having fun this summer at a new Texas theme park designed with their needs in mind.

Morgan’s Wonderland in San Antonio, the brainchild of the father of a daughter with special needs and billed as the world’s first ultra-accessible family fun park, features rides and attractions easily enjoyed by those in wheelchairs or with cognitive disorders. Admission to the 25-acre park is free for those with cognitive or physical disabilities; family members and friends pay $5 a person. Kids 3 and under are free. Cost for those without a disabled patron in their party is $15. Reservations are required to visit, click here to make them.

The park (its website is morganswonderland.com) includes rides, interactive exhibits, playgrounds, gardens, a fishing lake and amphitheater. It has Braille signage.

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