My wife and I love taking our girls to Disney World when they are young. I know many people want to wait till they get older but I have always lived by the Proverb “Train up a child in the way they should go and when they are old, they will not depart from it.” So we have been taking our girls from 5 months on.
One of the lifesavers for us has been the Baby Care Centers. Baby Care Centers are in all 4 theme parks and each have their own theme inside. They are a perfect place to break away from the park to change and feed your little ones. Not only do they have changing tables, rocking chairs, nursing mom rooms, and restrooms they have a little mini drug store in there too. You never know when you might need some childrens Tylenol or Motrin.
Here are the locations:
Magic Kingdom theme park features a Baby Care Center next to The Crystal Palace restaurant on Main Street, U.S.A. There is a lot of traffic going towards the Crystal Palace but the restrooms and baby care center are not to busy. It’s next door to the First Aid Center.
Epcot theme park features a Baby Care Center inside the Future World Odyssey Center. Basically in between Future World and the World Showcase on the Mexico side. Very quiet and peaceful here.
Disney’s Hollywood Studios
Disney’s Hollywood Studios theme park features a Baby Care Center in the Guest Services Building inside the Main Entrance. This BCC is my least favorite. While its convenient being at Guest Services, the room is the size of a large broom closet. Don’t expect much personal space here. My suggestion would be to get in and get out.
Disney’s Animal Kingdom
Disney’s Animal Kingdom theme park features a Baby Care Center located behind the Creature Comforts store in the Discovery Island area. From the Tree of life go left and keep going. It’s just before the bridge to Tusker House Area.
Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park does not have a dedicated Baby Care Center, but the restrooms do have baby changing stations. Same thing goes for Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park and The Downtown Disney Area.
So if your new or have a new bundle of joy don’t forget to stop by for a quick pit stop. A Happy Baby makes for an enjoyable vacation for everyone!
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2 thoughts on “Disney World Quick Tips – Baby Care Centers”
I went last time with a 11 year old, 2 year old, and 6 month old. The baby was a NICU baby who would not nurse…so I pumped every 3 hours day and night for 12 months. The baby care centers were a life line. I spent many minutes there 2 years ago! Just go in and check out the little seen pictures and there are coloring sheets, tv, and AC for the toddlers as well!
I’m on the “go to Disney World when the kids are old enough to walk by themselves all day” crowd!
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