Disney On Ice Hosts Special Sensory Touch Tour For Visually Impaired Students

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4 Utah) If cartoon characters are more your thing, you’re in luck! Disney on Ice is in Salt Lake City this weekend. 
Disney on Ice skaters invited Utah schools of the deaf and blind out for a blind touch tour. 
Students got to meet the skaters, touch the costumes, get inside Mickey’s Roadster, feel the ice surface and they even got to enjoy a special appearance by Mickey Mouse himself. 
“When we get to come out and like touch the props and feel the ice and meet the characters, it really kind of brings everything to life because for children with vision impairments touch is their most important sense so this actually is the real deal now for them because it is something they can experience,” said Robbin Clark, Utah School for the Blind. 
Disney On Ice is at Vivint Smart Home Arena through March 12. You’ll see characters from Disney Pixar’s Cars, Toy Story 3, Disney’s The Little Mermaid and the enchanting, Academy Award winning… Frozen. 

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