Baby Care Centers at the Disney World Parks: Each of the four main parks has very convenient baby care centers designed to make your life much easier. Dads can also use the centers, and have access to most of the services and areas. Here are the locations:
- Magic Kingdom – Off of Main Street between Casey’s Corner and the Crystal Palace restaurant.
- Epcot – in the Odyssey Center, on the walkway as you head away from Future World towards Mexico in the World Showcase.
- Hollywood Studios – at Guest Relations right near the park entrance, on the left as you enter the park. It’s set back and kind of hidden.
- Animal Kingdom – on Discovery Island near Creature Comforts.
We find that they’re all clean and comfortable. They have areas for heating formula and baby food, sinks for cleaning bottles or dishes, free utensils, and a women’s-only area with rocking chairs and low lighting for nursing. You can purchase baby formula in the Baby Care Centers, but they will not store your formula or baby food for you.
There are feeding rooms with highchairs and small tables and chairs, and a television playing children’s videos. Your child could relax with a quiet meal and a cartoon before heading back out to face the tumult. Plastic spoons and bibs are available and there’s a water cooler. There are padded changing tables here, different from the changing tables in the regular park restrooms which are not padded. They have disposable pads, and it’s quiet and relatively private. They also have small flush toilets here for children-in-training, and private restrooms for parents.
While in the parks, many women find the Baby Care Centers the most comfortable and private place to breastfeed.
The Baby Care Centers sell supplies such as disposable diapers, diaper ointment, baby powder, pull-on rubber pants, moist wipes, bottles, sippy cups, formula, baby food, juice, Pedialyte, pacifiers, sun lotion, teethers, over-the-counter medication such as children’s Tylenol, and more. Prices are a little high, but considering the convenience we think it’s worth it.
Unfortunately there’s nothing like these centers in the water parks or at Disney Springs. In Disney Springs there’s only a little emergency supply shop at the Marketplace. At the water parks you’ll have to visit First Aid.
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