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- 1 Attractions and being Fat in Disneyland Paris
- 2 Disneyland Paris – Can be difficult
- 3 Walt Disney Studios – Can be difficult
I have very wide hips, thighs and a tummy, which means that I don’t fit in all the attractions in a typical amusement park. I know how stressful it can be to go to an amusement park and do not know where you can fit in and where not. Disneyland Paris is said to be built to American sizes and therefore wider than the average European rollercoasters and other attractions. I have made the Overweight list at Disneyland Paris to hopefully help you a little so that you can really enjoy a day full of magic without worry!
Attractions and being Fat in Disneyland Paris
If I have tested the attractions myself with overweight and my wide hips and thighs it is clearly there. The widest part of the hips / thighs was around 150 cm during testing, my chest circumference being around 114 cm.
You can always enjoy the parades, shows, meetings with characters, … That is really for everyone, whether you are fat or not.
Disneyland Paris – Attractions that you will certainly fit into
- Mickey’s PhilharMagic – Self-tested – A cinema room with handrails went well without pain
- it’s a small world – Self-tested – Here you take a seat in a boat without separations or handrails, everyone can easily enter this!
- Big Thunder Mountain – Self-tested – Here you sit with two or three if there are children in a container and close with a bar over all legs, goes perfectly.
- Blanche-Neige et les Sept Nains – Self-tested – You are in a box of two
- Casey Jr. – Le Petit Train du Cirque – It’s a little train, not done yet and I suppose it will be tight but will fit
- Horse-Drawn Streetcars – A cart pulled by horses
- Le Carrousel de Lancelot – An ordinary horse mill
- La Galerie de la Belle au Bois Dormant – Self-tested – You are in a box of two
- Le Pays des Contes de Fées – Boats
- Les Voyages de Pinocchio – Self-tested – You are in pairs in a container
- Mad Hatter’s Tea Cups – Tested – It is a bit tight to take a seat and get out of the cup, but it is going well
- Main Street Vehicles
- Peter Pan’s Flight – Tested – You are in a box of two
- Phantom Manor – Self Tested – You are in a box of two
- Pirates of the Caribbean – Self-tested – A boat where you are in a row with 4 people in a row
- Star Wars Hyperspace Mountain – Tested myself – I was a bit scared because in rollercoaster they sometimes dare to install bucket seats with a protrusion between their legs …. this is not the case with the Hyperspace Mountain and it just fitted (just a bit! )
- Buzz Lightyear Laser Blast – Self-tested – a type of container similar to the containers of Ratatouille
- Thunder Mesa Riverboat Landing – Is just a boat so accessible to everyone
- Disneyland Railroad
Disneyland Paris – Where you just can walk and not sit in a cart
- Adventure Isle
- Alice’s Curious Labyrinth – This is a maze, you don’t have to sit in anything or walk very narrowly.
- Discovery Arcade
- Frontierland Playground – A playground for children
- La Cabane des Robinson
- La Tanière du Dragon
- Le Passage Enchanté d ‘Aladdin
- Les Mystères du Nautilus
- Liberty Arcade
- Meet Mickey Mouse
- Pirate Galleon
- Pirates ’Beach
- Princess Pavilion
- Sleeping Beauty Castle
Walt Disney Studios – You can certainly go in being overweight
Also in the Walt Disney Studios you are more than welcome with overweight and / or wide hips or thighs.
- Meet Star Wars star in Starport
- Ratatouille; The Adventure – Self Tested – In these carts there are small handrails to indicate the places, tight but doable, I had no problems with anything.
- Slinky Dog Zigzag Spider
- The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror – A New Dimension of Chills – Tested yourself – In this top attraction you have to put on a seatbelt, I still had a piece of belt left so perfect for wider people!
- Studio Tram Tour: Behind the Magic – Self-tested – Is a train with benches
- Star Tours: The Adventures Continue
Disneyland Paris – Can be difficult
- Autopia – Small cars to ride
- Dumbo the Flyin Elephant – Tight in terms of legroom and seating according to me, it will fit, but I will not do it anyway
- Indiana Jones and the Temple of Peril – Not tested by myself, but on pictures it looks pretty tight
- Orbitron – Small short belts so can cause problems
- Toy Soldiers Parachute Drop – Not tested but looks like a tub shape and for me that is usually not nice
Walt Disney Studios – Can be difficult
- Cars Quatre Roues Rallye – Short seat belts
- Crush’s Coaster – Through the closure and the tub-shaped seats
- RC Racer – Can cause problems
This is a complete list, with both attractions that I have tested myself and attractions based on experiences of people on the internet. So no reason anymore to not fully enjoy being Fat in Disneyland Paris without worry.
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