Parking lot trams are located at all four parks at Walt Disney World: Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios and Animal Kingdom. These trams travel at 13.5 miles per hour and will carry you from your car to the park rain or shine!
When you park your car in a parking lot at one of the parks, you first need to remember the name of the lot where you parked. Then proceed to the end of your parking row and wait for the tram to pick you up. You must exit your wheelchair before boarding. If you can’t exit your wheelchair, you will not be able to board the tram. Once you board, you will get a fabulous safety spiel from the cast member on board along with other information.
- Put smaller guests in the middle of the row.
- Strollers and wheelchairs need to be folded and stored.
- Hold on to your belongings.
- Keep your arms and legs inside the tram.
- Remember your parking lot name and row number.
- The tram will continue to run for 1 1/2 hours after the park closes.
- Listen to the tram spiel. They will share important information about parades, fireworks, park operating times and more!
Parking for the Magic Kingdom is actually the parking lot for the Ticket and Transportation Center (TTC). Once you park and board the tram, you will be taken to the TTC where you can take the Monorail or Ferry to the park. At the other parks, Epcot, Hollywood Studios and Animal Kingdom, you will be carried to the park entrance. Blizzard Beach, Typhoon Lagoon, ESPN Wide World of Sports and Downtown Disney do not have parking lot trams.
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