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Baby & Disney: Utilizing the Baby Care Centers

If you're planning a trip to Disney World with a baby, one thing you'll want take full advantage of are the Baby Care Centers located throughout the parks.

These centers provide a quiet and comfortable place for parents to care for their babies, with amenities such as changing tables, nursing rooms, and baby supplies.

What are the Baby Care Centers?

The Baby Care Centers are a set of facilities located in each of the four parks at Disney World: Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios, and Disney's Animal Kingdom. They are specifically designed for families with infants and young children and offer a variety of amenities to make your visit to the parks more comfortable.

What amenities are available?

Each Baby Care Center is equipped with changing tables, nursing rooms, feeding areas, and high chairs. The centers also provide a kitchen area with a microwave, bottle warmers and sink, as well as a vending machine that sells baby food, formula, and other baby supplies.

You can also purchase over-the-counter medications, such as infant acetaminophen, teething gel, and sunscreen. The centers also have a sitting area with a TV, magazines, and books, as well as a play area for older siblings to enjoy while you care for your baby.

Where are the Baby Care Centers located?

The Baby Care Centers are located in convenient locations throughout the parks. Here are the locations of each center.

Magic Kingdom: Next to The Crystal Palace restaurant at the end of Main Street, U.S.A.

Epcot: Inside the Future World pavilion, next to the Odyssey Center.

Disney's Hollywood Studios: Inside the Guest Relations building, which is to the left of the entrance.

Disney's Animal Kingdom: Next to Pizzafari restaurant in the Discovery Island area.

For a map of the exact locations of these centers, check out Disney World's website here. For Disneyland, click here.

What do parents need to know?

The Baby Care Centers are a great resource for parents with infants and young children. Here are a few things to keep in mind when using the centers:

  • Open during park hours and do not require reservations.

  • The centers can get busy during peak times, so plan accordingly.

  • They do not provide childcare services, so you'll need to stay with your child at all times.

  • The centers are staffed with friendly and knowledgeable cast members who can assist you with any questions or concerns you may have.

  • The centers are air-conditioned, which can be a great relief during the hot and humid Florida weather.

The Baby Care Centers at Disney World are a valuable resource for parents with infants and young children. With their comfortable amenities and convenient locations, the centers offer a place for families to take a break and care for their babies during their visit to the parks.

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