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Disney World Parent Hack - Baby Care Centers

Disney World's Baby Care Centers have all the essentials covered when visiting the park with your little one! If you need a quiet place or run out of something, don't stress! The Baby Care Center will most likely have it. 
When I visited the Magic Kingdom location I found changing tables, bottle warmers, filtered water, a private bathroom, a nursing room, and a cozy feeding area with highchairs. If you need to escape the crowds or the Florida heat with your baby - pop into one and look around. It's a nice place to take a break.

Magic Kingdom's Baby Care Center is adorably themed as Alice in Wonderland. It is tucked between Casey’s Corner and The Crystal Palace Restaurant. It might not be as big as EPCOT or Animal Kingdom's baby spots, but let me tell you, it's an amazing resource while traveling with babies and young children. 

Baby Care Centers can be found all four Walt Disney World Resort theme parks. They're like a little oasis for parents with tiny tots. I loved the kitchen! It had a microwave and sink for washing hands or bottles (so you don't have to do it in the main restrooms) and a cute little living room with a TV, table, and seating. They play Disney movies and shows all day (of course!)

You can find it between Casey's and the Crystal Palace 

Want to know the best part? There's an on-site shop too! Yup, you can grab everything from baby food to diapers, wipes, bibs, sunscreen, strollers, and even some cute Disney baby outfits! The even have formula.

The kitchen cupboards are stocked full! There's even medicine and hygiene products for purchase... without waiting in a line! There's stuff for Mom and Dad too.

These centers aren't just for families with little ones though. If you have a kid of any age or ability who needs a breather, they've got your back. Just let the Cast Member know your child needs a quiet space for a few moments. And – if a kiddo gets separated from their folks, a Cast Member escorts them to the Baby Care Center until they're reunited. If you're with someone with sensory issues, the centers are a perfect retreat from the hustle and bustle. They also carry medications, sunscreen, and batteries.

Comfy, large changing tables

Kitchen with sink and microwave 

So, next time you're at Disney World, swing by the Baby Care Center. It's like a haven for parents, and can be a total life saver in a busy park! Have a question about the Baby Care Center, traveling with a little one, or a suggestion for other parents visiting the Disney Parks? Drop it in the comments. We'd love to help you plan your next family vacation!

-Agent Summer 

Summer Squires

Summer is a Mom of four including a toddler, who loves helping other parents plan memorable and stress-free family vacations! Contact her today at


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