Hi Colleen, I’m really sad to hear of the experience you …

Comment on Disney Illuminations at Disneyland Paris by DLP Tips.

Hi Colleen,

I’m really sad to hear of the experience you are having. It sounds grim (probably huge understatement on my part).

I would advise you to get to guest services & ask for a change of room, possibly a quieter room can be found. Also…… Do you have a green pass to enable you into the disability viewing area for fireworks/parades etc? It will also help with queueing for rides, character meets etc.

As for the selfish people in the crowds (& abusive too) i am really saddened to hear of this behaviour.

I’m hoping you have a much MUCH better day tomorrow & guest services can take care of you. Definitely get a green pass though if you don’t already, they make a big difference.

We are not affiliated to Disney so can only offer advice & tips on maximising your stay, but if you need any info etc then feel free to ask. We have been on holidays ourselves which have not been enjoyable (not at Disney thankfully) & it can be a miserable & depressing time. As i said, i hope Guest Services can help you & sprinkle some pixie dust your families’ way.

Kind regards
Billy

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Visitors with Disabilities
Hi Jack,

Yes a Blue badge will get you a green pass. It also entitles you to a free carers ticket each day which you can pick up at the Donalds Desk office beside the turnstiles each day.

Kind Regards
Billy


Visitors with Disabilities
Hi Farida,

I haven’t came across this situation before but i am assuming you will only be allowed 1 carer ticket. You will be able to get a green pass for you all but Disneyland Paris would require each of your disabled guests ride with a carer on rides (for safety reasons) so i would suggest only declaring one disability if you all intend to ride together. It’s your choice though.

You are much cheaper buying online before you go & then collecting the free carers pass each day for yourself.

Kind Regards
Billy


Visitors with Disabilities
Hi Angie,

The Blue Badge will be enough to receive a Green Disability pass & also a free carers ticket each day.

Kind Regards
Billy
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Visitors with Disabilities
Hi Penny,

The best way would be a Doctors letter (on headed paper & dated within 3 months) which states your condition & also that you require a carer to assist you with dealing with certain situations such as queueing, crowds etc. You should also take your PIP award letter (dated within 12 months) for extra proof.

With these you will be entitled to a disability pass to help with queues, watching shows, character meets etc & also be entitled to a free xarers ticket each day.

Have a great time!

Kind Regards
Billy


Visitors with Disabilities
Hi Erica,

Sorry for the late reply. You claim the free carers ticket each day at Donalds Desk which is situated to the right of the turnstiles at the entrance to the parks. Just take your Doctors letter stating his disability & need for a carer along with your photo id.

Kind Regards
Billy