If you have ever vacationed with a young child, you know finding accommodations to care for your little one, feeding or changing, while out and about can be … well let’s just call it challenging. However, this is not the case when vacationing with your child at Walt Disney World Resort, thanks to the Baby Care Centers.
Located within all four theme parks, Baby Care Centers offer a place to change, nurse or feed your little one. You can easily locate them on the park map by looking for the pacifier icon.
An air-conditioned facility is a welcome retreat for toddlers who need a break or hungry babies. Along with chairs and a television, every location also has changing tables and private nursing rooms. The Baby Care Center at Disney’s Hollywood Studios even contains a flushing training potty for toilet training toddlers! How awesome is that?
While all four Baby Care Centers are fantastic, you will not want to miss the recently renovated center at Magic Kingdom Park. The “Alice in Wonderland”-themed location features a beautiful kitchen complete with a microwave oven, sink, and bottle warmers. The nursing room offers a quiet oasis and toddlers will enjoy watching “Alice in Wonderland” on the big screen television located in the den area. But wait, have we got you feeling curiouser and curiouser about this location? Then let’s join planDisney panelist, Anne Marie, as she gives us a tour of the recently refurbished Baby Care Center located off Main Street, U.S.A. near The Crystal Palace.
You can also catch an inside look at the Baby Care Centers at the other three theme parks on our planDisney Instagram story highlights (just look for the pacifier symbol).
But, the Baby Care Centers aren’t the only offering at Walt Disney world resort designed with younger children in mind, head over to DisneyWorld.com/Preschool to discover experiences, amenities and more that are practically perfect for your preschooler.
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