Don’t let an infant hold you back from a magical Disney family vacation. Walt Disney World extremely baby friendly.
As one who has traveled with a 3 mos old, 4 mos old and a 6 mos old respectively, I can assure you a Disney vacation can STILL be magical. Traveling with a baby at the most Magical place on earth is made even MORE magical with the Baby Care Center’s in the parks!
There is a Baby Care Center in each of the theme parks, including the water parks. Magic Kingdom’s care center is next to Crystal Palace Restaurant, off of Main Street USA; Epcot’s center is inside the Odyssey center; Hollywood Studios is by the entrance to the park, inside the guest services building and Animal Kingdom’s Baby Care Center is located behind Creature Comforts on Discovery Island.
At the Baby Care Centers you can also purchase any supplies you forgot to bring for your baby from baby food to formula, diapers to wipes, sunscreen to pacifiers, bottles, and more.
Pro Tip: You can also purchase diapers at most gift shops around the park, just ask because they often have them behind the counter.
Baby Care Centers have everything babies need. They are also a great spot for toddlers who need to cool down or just to relax. Little kiddos can color, watch Disney tv, or have a snack. Not to mention Mom and dad can relax a bit too while the kiddos are entertained.
Need to change baby? No worries! Every child care center has a changing area. If baby is hungry, there is a quiet nursing area. The nursing area is a private room with rockers and low lights.
There is also a kitchenette, which is perfect for when you need to mix/warm baby food or bottles. The high chairs are super helpful, as is the small table seating for toddlers to sit at and snack or color while waiting for you to take care of a younger sibling.
All the Baby Care Centers are clean and comfortable and an excellent place to cool down if the heat or crowds get to baby. There are cast members there who can assist you if needed.
The baby care center at Hollywood Studios is the smallest. It tends to fill up fairly quickly, thus making it our least favorite baby care center.
All baby care centers are next to a First Aid center should you need that as well.
Want to learn more about traveling with younger kiddos? Check out Traveling with Toddlers