Morgan’s Wonderland Accessible Theme Park

girl on a wheelchair swing

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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