Before walking across Sleeping Beauty’s Castle drawbridge, look to the west and you will find a quaint little theatre.
The performances are something every guest should see. They are perfect for guests of all ages and room for little ones to sit on the floor in front of the stage to ensure a great view!
Actors sing, dance, and make you laugh! The shows change often and there are limited viewings per day, so be sure to check the schedule on Disneyland’s official app and add it to your vacation itinerary.
In this post, you will find all the accessible information you need to know beforehand.
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- Remain in wheelchair/ECV
- Assistive Listening
- Service animal permitted
- This is an open air theatre and is accessible.
While here plan on trying some sweets from Maurice’s Treats located across from the entrance.
Then either before or after your show, cross the courtyard and meet some princesses! Check the Official Disneyland App to see which princesses will be available to meet that day.
The Royal Theatre is located to the west of Sleeping Beauty’s Castle off of Main Street. From the theatre you may enter Fantasyland via a side entrance and west of the theatre is a walkway to restrooms and Frontierland.
This is a first come first sit attraction. There are no reservations or designated seating for anyone.
This attraction does NOT require a Disabled Return Time. Enter the theatre when the ropes have been removed prior to showtime. If you can sit on a bench, you may leave your mobility aid outside the theatre. Or you may remain seated in your wheelchair while parked on the ends of each aisle.