High chairs, changing stations, formula, baby food, and toddler sized toilets… these are all things that you can find at the Baby Care Centers at Walt Disney World’s four theme parks. Disney World is a place for families, including those with young children. To make travel easier for all families, they have these centers to accommodate those with younger children.
In each Baby Care Center you’ll find the following
- Private rooms with rocking chairs for nursing mothers
- Changing room with tables and a unisex bathroom
- Feeding area with high chairs
- Kitchen with a microwave, oven, and sink
- Main room with television, table, chairs, and sofa
- Toddler sized toilets
- An on-site shop that offers formula, baby food, juice, diapers, wipes, sunscreen, over the counter medication, and clothing for purchase.
Where are these baby care centers located?
At the Magic Kingdom you’ll find the baby care center between Casey’s Corner and the Crystal Palace (just left of Main Street USA as you head towards Adventureland)
At Epcot you’ll find the baby care center in the Odyssey building. This building is right in between future world, and Mexico, in the World Showcase.
At Animal Kingdom you’ll find the baby care center next to Pizzafari. To to the left of the tree of life to get to Pizzafari, pass it, and it’ll be on the left.
At Hollywood Studios you’ll find the baby care center located in at the front of the park located in the guest relations building.
Worried about cleanliness? No worries at all, each changing table is equipped with disposable paper liners, and dedicated Baby Center cast members will be ready with paper towels and other clean up supplies if necessary.
While you’re allowed to nurse your baby anywhere you like, these areas are air conditioned and equipped for all of your baby needs. This includes pumping. In each of nursing rooms there are electrical outlets for you to plug in your pump.
Do you have an older child that you’re worried about what to do with them while you are taking care of the little one? No worries, the toddler can relax in the small main lounge area. On the tv you’ll find Disney movies, as well as books and coloring pages in the lounge area to keep them entertained.
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