Magic Kingdom Baby Care

If you’re travelling to Walt Disney World with small children, you have quite a challenge ahead of you. While you’re sure to enjoy many magical moments with your little ones, travelling with your family members can lead to meltdowns, diaper explosions, exhaustion, confusion, and a host of other sticky situations.

Fortunately, Disney knows all about these potential problems, and offers you a one-stop solution to most issues in the form of the Baby Care Centers.

What It Is

This way to Baby Care

The Baby Care Center is a convenient spot for parents with young children where everyone can take a break, get their needs met, and recharge for the next leg of the day. There’s a Baby Care Center located in each of the four Walt Disney World parks. If you have little ones in your party, grab a map and take a moment to locate this essential spot as soon as you get in the park so you can plan at least one pit stop here during the day.

What You’ll Find

Cozy changing tables at Baby Care

The Baby Care Center has everything a parent could need to care for small ones. This includes an entire room filled with changing tables, high chairs for feeding, seating areas for taking a little break, and a family restroom. Nursing mothers will find a special nursing room where they can enjoy a moment of peace and privacy.

If you need to prepare food, the Baby Care Center has hot and cold water, bottle warmers, and microwaves.

Baby Care is ideal for babies, but it’s a beneficial spot for toddlers and preschoolers as well. Disney movies play on a continuous loop, and child-sized tables and chairs offer the perfect spot for reading a story, coloring, or doing another quiet and restful activity.

If you think these activities seem like a waste when you’re somewhere as exciting as Walt Disney World, stop and think about the vacation through the eyes of a young child. Everything is new, stimulating, and exciting. Sometimes, the go-go-go schedule of a Disney vacation can take a toll on even the most seasoned visitors. For a child, particularly a first-time visitor, it can easily get to be too much. Baby Care is the answer.

Goodies You Can Buy

Handy items for sale in Baby Care

Visiting the Baby Care Center in each park is completely free, as is the water and use of the facilities. However, there are also many items that you can purchase here. If you’re running short on diapers, wipes, baby medication, lotion, baby sunscreen, pacifiers, bibs, food, bottles, or any other necessity, chances are excellent that you’ll find everything you need at baby care.

Even the best-prepared parents can find themselves short a diaper, or scrambling to find a lost pacifier for a crying baby. You can spend hours combing traditional gift shops for these items to no avail. Instead, head straight to the Baby Care Center and you’ll find all your needs met in one place.



I wish they would have had this 5 yrs ago when I took my son to Disney when he was younger. Cool idea!

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I know Disneyland has, always had it and have to assume Disneyworld has too but I've never been there so can't say your sure

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The one at Magic Kingdom has been there "forever!" Checked it out 35 years ago when my kids were small. It was nice to know that they had "something you may have forgotten" for sale there.

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Disney World has had this for years! its just tucked away back in behind Casey's

Would like to bring an 90 year old adult, does Disney offer any for of adult diaper changing station?

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