Attractions with wheelchair access

Attractions Wheelchair access
Anton Pieck Plein (Carousels) Via the regular attraction entrance.
Aquanura There is a special platform to the left of the Efteling Theatre.
Baron 1898 Via a dedicated path, to the right of the attraction exit.
Press the bell at the back of the building (at the elevator). A staff member will then come to meet you.
Bob Via the attraction exit.
Carnaval Festival Via the wheelchair entrance to the right of the attraction exit.

De Oude Tufferbaan

Via the attraction exit.
De Vliegende Hollander Via a dedicated path, to the right of the attraction entrance.
Please use the bell at the wheelchair access point. A staff member will then come to meet you.
Diorama Via the regular attraction entrance.
Efteling Museum Via the regular attraction entrance.
Fata Morgana Via the wheelchair entrance, to the right of the attraction entrance.
Gondoletta Ask a staff member to the left of the attraction exit.
Halve Maen Via the path to the right of the attraction entrance.
Joris en de Draak Via the attraction exit, in front of the steps to the left.
Kinderspoor Via the exit from this attraction.
Kindervreugd Via the regular attraction entrance.
Kleuterhof Via the regular attraction entrance.
Monsieur Cannibale Via the regular attraction entrance.
De Oude Tufferbaan Via the exit from this attraction.
Pagode Via the attraction exit.
The wheelchair access of the Pagode is located on a slope that you have to cross to reach the attraction. During boarding, a number of obstacles can prevent some wheelchairs from visiting the attraction.
PandaDroom Via the regular attraction entrance.
Follow a dedicated path halfway up to the wheelchair entrance. Press the bell there. A staff member will come to you.
Piraña
Via the attraction exit.
Python Via the attraction exit.
Raveleijn  Via the regular attraction entrance.
There is a limited number of wheelchair spaces at Raveleijn. For this you need (free) tickets. You can get these from the staff member at the Information Kiosk on the square in front of the attraction. You must be present 10 minutes before the start of the performance. Ask a staff member to take you to the wheelchair places.
Spookslot Via the regular attraction entrance.
Sprookjesbos Via the regular attraction entrance.
Part of the Fairytale Forest has a bumpy ground.  There is a slope near Little Red Riding Hood and a staircase at the Castle of Sleeping Beauty that is not accessible with a wheelchair. For both fairy tales, you can choose an alternative route in the immediate vicinity.
Stoomcarrousel Via the attraction exit.
You have to climb a few steps.
Stoomtrein Marerijk Via the attraction exit.
Stoomtrein Ruigrijk Via the regular attraction entrance.
Symbolica Via the wheelchair entrance to the left of the attraction entrance. 
The number of visitors with disabilities that can visit this attraction simultaneously is low due to safety reasons. Visitors with a disability can book a time slot for their visit to Symbolica until 1 p.m. on presentation of the map of facilities. After 1 p.m., visitors can join the (possible) line at the wheelchair entrance without a reservation.
Villa Volta Via the wheelchair entrance, to the right of the attraction entrance.  
The first two rooms are accessible to wheelchairs. Unfortunately, the main attraction is inaccessible to wheelchairs for safety reasons. You will be accompanied to a dedicated film room.
Virtual Droomvlucht
Take the path to the left of Droomvlucht, and you will come straight to the entrance to the Virtual Droomvlucht.
All senses are stimulated by virtual reality, music, scents and wind. Moreover, visitors are connected to their group in the regular attraction by headphones and microphones, so they can experience this enchanting attraction together. Go with your whole group at the corner of the self-service De Gulden Gaarde. A staff member will give you further instructions there.
Vogel Rok Via the regular attraction entrance.
Please ring the bell at the stairs. A staff member will then come to meet you.
Volk van Laaf The Monorail in the Laaf people Village is not accessible for wheelchair users. You can see how the Laaf people live in the open air village. You can walk around and look in the houses. However, the ground of the village is not very suitable for wheelchairs.