Have you considered a Disney vacation, but thought it would be too difficult with your infant or toddler? While you may no longer have the absolute freedom of your childless days, Disney has many ways that make traveling with your little one more carefree. One of these ways to help you is the Baby Care Centers.
It will make your trip ever so much more enjoyable if you begin with the realization that your trip schedule, just like your home schedule, will be largely determined by the needs of your baby. The need for a diaper change usually happens when you least expect it. And somehow, your baby always manages to be hungry right when you’re ready for lunch!
Check out the Baby Care Centers to help you with your little one’s needs. There’s one located in each of the four Disney World theme parks and both of the Disneyland theme parks. These are a lovely oasis, away from the hustle & bustle of the park. For example, in Disney World’s Magic Kingdom, there is a quiet room with rocking chairs for nursing mothers, a room with multiple diaper changing stations, a room with toddler sized chairs & tables & highchairs perfect for feeding. There’s an attendant ready to assist with your needs, from hot or cold water, to purchasing an extra diaper after you’ve unexpectedly used your whole stash for the day already.
The Baby Care Centers can be found at:
Magic Kingdom: next to the Crystal Palace restaurant
Epcot: inside the Odyssey Center
Disney’s Hollywood Studios: inside the Guest Services at the front of the park
Animal Kingdom: behind the Creature Comforts gift shop
Disneyland: at the end of Main Street
Disney’s California Adventure: next to the Mission Tortilla Factory