Morgan’s Wonderland Accessible Theme Park

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Ever wish you could go to an amusement park that would work for everyone, including your child with disabilities? If you live near San Antonio, Texas, check out Morgan’s Wonderland, a theme park created with accessibility in mind. No retrofitting here, it was tailored specifically to meet the needs of all families.

There’s a Sensory Village with interactive videos, Equicizer horses, and a play grocery store; there’s a butterfly garden, a train depot, and rides. Admission is free for those with special needs, $10 for kids 3-10, those over 62, and people with military IDs, and $15 for all others. A pretty good deal!

Check out all the good fun here.

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