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    Does anyone know the width of the Monorail doors and/or the entrance turnstiles? Wanting to know the width for a stroller and wheelchair. Thank you!
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    You should have no issue with the monorail or at the turnstiles. They have ramps to aid with wheel chairs and ECV's on the monorail and strollers fit as well.

    The turnstiles are no longer turnstiles and when a wheel chair, stroller, or ECV need to enter they have a wider gate area to go thru after scanning you ticket or magic band.

    Hope this helps..
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    Neither are a problem at the entrance nor the monorail. Now with that said, I would recommend you think long and hard about a wide stroller such as a double wide. They are a pain in the rear to navigate through crowds and even worse to wrangle with getting on and off and while sitting on buses. If you must have a double stroller because you only have one person to push two children, get a single wide inline two seat stroller. The best all around for use at the parks if you can use two single strollers are the light weight umbrella strollers and believe it or not they sell really good ones that are red and black onsite at the stroller rental spots.

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    Something to remember with strollers is in many cases you must have them folded up or left outside attractions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDuckRocks View Post
    Something to remember with strollers is in many cases you must have them folded up or left outside attractions.
    I actually can not think of an attraction where strollers are allowed in.

    Personally, when my kids were little, I was a rental stroller guy. I found it was easier to carry the kid, then to mess with the stupid stroller on the bus.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speedy1998 View Post
    I actually can not think of an attraction where strollers are allowed in.

    Personally, when my kids were little, I was a rental stroller guy. I found it was easier to carry the kid, then to mess with the stupid stroller on the bus.
    We took our regular stroller with the bigger wheels the first time we went with the kids and I was ready to throw that thing in a dumpster by lunch the first day. Getting it on and off the buses was a pain and it was almost impossible not to hit people with it as you walked by and then navigating the crowds in the parks was not fun either.

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