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We went to Disney World Magic Kingdom for the last time before our move out of Florida and to my “magical” surprise, I was able to eat gluten-free at this happiest place on earth.

At Pinnochio’s Saus near to Cinderella’s Castle, they even make Amy’s gluten-free pizza or have Udi’s gluten-free crust available. All you have to do is say you have food allergies and you will be provided special attention by a manager. It takes a few minutes longer to make, but it is worth the wait!

Here is a link to more gluten-free spots at Disney for your next visit.


Another tip for going to Disney theme parks with rheumatoid arthritis or another chronic pain condition is that they provide disability passes and wheelchairs for free. I simply went to the Guest Services office after the main entrance and explained my condition. They were very sympathetic about the long waits and provided wheelchair option and a ticket to pass most lines. This allowed me to do more sitting instead of standing in the long lines, and I lasted a whole 12 hours at the “most magical place on earth.” Thanks Disney!