Park for Special Needs Children to Open in San AntonioBy Saltzstein, Dan; New York Times,
Publication Date: April 6, 2010
Article features an accessible amusement park. Located in San Antonio, Texas, Morgan’s Wonderland, which bills itself as “ultra accessible,” was designed especially for adults and children with special needs. The 25 acre park, which is named for the developer’s daughter, is completely wheelchair accessible, including rides. Attractions include a Sensory Village, where visitors interact in make-believe places such as an auto repair shop and a TV studio, and a Sand Circle, a giant sand box designed for children in wheelchairs. Admission to the park, which was slated to open April 10, 2010, is free for special-needs guests and children under the age of 3, and 5 dollars for accompanying family members, friends, and caregivers. More information can be found at http://www.morganswonderland.com/.
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