Disney parks may be the happiest place on earth, but that doesn’t mean it’s completely stress free especially when you’re traveling with young children and infants in tow.
Thankfully, Disney has you covered in both Orlando and Anaheim parks with their Baby Care Centers hat allow parents the chance to step out of the mayhem and into serene rooms so they can take care of all their and their baby’s needs in peace.
“Offering more than just privacy, Baby Care Centers are fully staffed and feature a host of helpful amenities for parents with infants and toddlers,” Disney explained on its website.
With multiple locations, each baby care center is open during regular park hours and offers a range of complimentary amenities, including comfortable nursing room chairs, changing rooms with available tables, high chairs for feeding time, kitchen sinks to wash out your personal items, and even bottle warmers to ensure everything is just right.
There are also vending machines on site filled with everything parents need, from formula to juice, diapers and wipes, pacifiers, and even sunscreen in case you forgot to pack it or ran out.
And perhaps most importantly, each center is air-conditioned.
At Disneyland, guests can find two Baby Care Centers: One at Disneyland Park at the end of Main Street, U.S.A., and the other at Disney California Adventure Park next to Ghirardelli Soda Fountain and Chocolate Shop, across from The Bakery Tour in Pacific Wharf.
At Disney World, there are Baby Care Centers at the Magic Kingdom Park, Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park, EPCOT, and Disney’s Hollywood Studios. At the Magic Kingdom, you can find the center right next to the Crystal Palace, and at the Animal Kingdom find it close to the animal viewing station at Discovery Island. At EPCOT, the center is right next to Odessy (next to Mexico), while at Hollywood Studios, the center is just across from Oscar’s Super Service.
There is no time limit to how long parents and kids can use the facilities, and there’s no need to reserve a spot. Just use it when you need to, and then get on with enjoying the rest of your magical vacation.