Not all theme parks are size-friendly theme parks. Until that happens, we need to rely on the comments of other park visitors to determine where we may, or may not, have problems fitting on the rides or in the entertainment areas. Depending on how your weight is distributed and how the ride is set up, you may fit on rides that people who weigh less than you don’t fit on.
One of the largest attractions in Florida is MGM, a large, size-friendly theme park. Here are some details on the rides and attractions based on a compilation of information from the staff at the park as well as visitors to the park. Remember, things change and different body shapes have different experiences.
Epcot Center is a size-friendly theme park. The following information on attractions and shows is a compilation of info from the staff at Epcot as well as visitors. Remember, things change and different body shapes have different experiences.
Rides and Attractions at Epcot Center
ts = theatre seats
bs = bench seats
lb = low bars (lower deeply into lap)
hb = high bars (do not lower into lap, or lower slightly)
ss = small space
w = walking show, self-paced (wheelchairs allowed)
s = standing show (wheelchairs allowed)
nws = no wheelchair space, but handicapped accessible