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Gray Houser

I'm Gray Houser. I visit Walt Disney World numerous times a year despite having a disability. I'm "low vision," or legally blind, and over the years I've amassed tons of knowledge about how to tour Walt Disney World effectively with or as someone who has a disability. Now I want to pass on what I've learned so everyone can enjoy the most magical place on Earth.

Mickey’s Toontown at Disneyland Park to be Reimagined with New Experiences in 2023

I know this is news from the other coast, but it’s just so exciting that I wanted to share it with you all here in addition to on our sister site, Monorail News Building on the legacy of Mickey’s Toontown, Imagineers are working to create some all-new experiences so families and young children can have more opportunities to play together inside Disneyland park...

Your Guide to Booking DAS Return Times on the Disney World App

Today is not only the launch of Disney Genie, Genie+, and Lightning Lane but it’s also the launch of Disney’s updated Disability Access Service, as we mentioned in this earlier article. One of the improvements Disney has made is that users can now get return times through the My Disney Experience app instead of having to visit a Cast Member at the...

Check Out This Magical New Book About Walt Disney World In Honor of the 50th Anniversary

How excited are you for Walt Disney World’s 50th Anniversary this fall? Personally, I can’t wait for all of the magic and adventure that lies ahead with this momentous celebration! To tide us over until then, we’re excited to exclusively reveal the upcoming publishing program from Disney Editions tied to the historic Anniversary. The magic is...

Which Walt Disney World Attractions Are Wheelchair Accessible? We Have the Full List

Recently, a reader asked a really good question about guests in wheelchairs, and instead of just replying to them, I decided to post the answer for everyone to read. There are many different types of attractions at Walt Disney World, and as you’d expect, there are a few different ways they handle guests with wheelchairs. Some attractions allow guests to get in...

Disney Debuts New Walt Disney World Annual Passes

Disney has just announced news that super fans have been waiting for since the outbreak of COVID-19 in 2020: annual passes at Walt Disney World are back! Here’s the full announcement: At Walt Disney World Resort, being an Annual Passholder brings a special kind of magic – the kind that lets you visit our theme parks again and again so you can revisit the spots...

Disney Makes Major Changes to DAS (Disability Access Service) Beginning This Fall

Disney has just announced major changes coming to their popular Disability Access Service (or DAS) for guests with disabilities as part of their upcoming Disney Genie service. Beginning this fall, Disney is introducing a new option to register virtually with a Cast Member via live video chat as early as 30 days in advance of a park visit. During your chat with a Cast...

D23 to Host Preview Event for Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure at EPCOT

D23 has just announced another opportunity for Walt Disney World fans to preview EPCOT’s upcoming new attraction, Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure Here’s what they had to say: D23 Gold Members are invited to an exclusive celebrating Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure almost a month before its official opening day! (Attraction currently scheduled to open on...

Walt Disney World and Disneyland to Again Require Face Coverings Indoors For All Guests and Cast Members

Following the CDC’s recommendation yesterday, that all Americans, regardless of vaccination status, wear face coverings indoors due to the rise of the highly transmissible Delta variant, Walt Disney World and Disneyland have announced that they will be implementing indoor mask mandates once again. The revised policy will take effect July 30th for all guests and...

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