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Mariska Hargitay and Debra Messing Experience The Little Mermaid ~ Ariel’s Undersea Adventure at Disney California Adventure Park

George Savvas

by , Director, Public Relations, Disneyland Resort

Mariska Hargitay and Debra Messing Ride The Little Mermaid ~ Ariel's Undersea Adventure at Disney California Adventure Park

Last week, Mariska Hargitay and Debra Messing went “under the sea” at Disney California Adventure park when they took their first ride on our newest attraction, The Little Mermaid ~ Ariel’s Undersea Adventure.

Mariska Hargitay and Debra Messing at Disney California Adventure Park

The two friends, who spent the day parkhopping with their boys, had a great time in the “fathoms below” – and the kids enjoyed it too!

Comments

  • I am glad the ride is w/c accessible, however, I am a little disappointed I can’t use my disability to my advantage anymore to go through the exit:-)…oh well, it’s nice to be considered just like everyone else!

  • All of Disney’s California Adventure (DCA) is handicapped accessible. The parts of Disneyland that aren’t have special entrance/egress access.

  • Marie, The ride is 100% handicapped accessible and for those guests that do require a wheelchair there is a specially designed King Tritons Chariot ride vehicle for you and your wheelchair to enjoy this beautiful Undersea Adventure. Mariska and Debra look great, it is great to see friends enjoying the parks with there kids.

  • Yes, the line is handicapped accessible 🙂

  • Marie–
    Yes, the ride is handicapped accessible. There are no stairs. 🙂

  • Very cool. Its a great ride.

  • You two look like two Princesses! yourselves. The kids are sooooo cute! Is Ariel’s ride, handicapped accessible? I can walk but can’t do stairs, is there a step down/up?

    Fun! Marie

    • Marie,

      As others have commented, the attraction has a clam shell that actually allows a guest using a wheelchair to just roll right on. This ride vehicle can accommodate manual wheelchairs and power wheelchairs but it cannot accommodate Electric Convenience Vehicles (ECVs) or scooters. Guests using ECVs will be asked to transfer to an available manual wheelchair provided at the attraction.

      If you want to avoid stairs, talk to a cast member at the entrance and they can help you.

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