News!: Disney World and Disneyland to Offer Braille Menus at Select Locations Starting March 1st

Today we get to share with you one more way that Disney parks on  both coasts are becoming more user-friendly for all of us!

Both Disney World and Disneyland Resort are preparing to offer a new service for guests with visual disabilities. Starting March 1, 2014, guests may request Braille menus at select food locations across the Parks.

Kouzzina by Cat Cora Menu Cover

Kouzzina by Cat Cora Menu Cover

As always, guests may continue to request menu reading assistance from Cast Members at any location in order to interpret the menu if a Braille version is not yet available at their chosen location, or to meet the preference of the individual.

Cast Members at Flo's

Cast Members at Flo’s

Prior to visiting, more information for guests with visual disabilities ranging from restaurant and menu details, to parade times and more, can be gathered by calling 407-827-7935.

Splitsville Rice Bowl Menu

Splitsville Rice Bowl Menu

Guests with visual disabilities or other needs are always welcome to visit Guest Relations or their Resort Concierge to learn about additional services that may enhance their visit. There, they can also receive the “Guide for Guests with Disabilities” (also available at Guidemap areas around the Parks), ensuring a magical visit for everyone.


  1. Essie says

    I’m really surprised that they didn’t start doing this before, because Disney is super sensitive to the needs of their disabled guests.

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