We have traveled to Disney several times with babies. We took my oldest when she was 6 months old. My boys went when they were 3 and 4 months old. I learned a lot about the Baby Care Centers and want to share some information with you.
There is a Baby Care Center in each of the theme parks. Magic Kingdom has one next to the Crystal Palace Restaurant off of Main Street USA. Epcot has one inside the Future World Odyssey center. Hollywood Studios has one right by the entrance to the park inside the guest services building. Animal Kingdom’s Baby Care Center is behind Creature Comforts on Discovery Island.
Baby Care Centers have everything babies need. They have a large changing area with several changing tables. They also have an area to feed your children. You can mix/warm baby food or bottles and they have both high chairs and a little table and chairs for toddlers to eat at or color while they wait for you to take care of a younger sibling. They also have a private room with rockers and low lights for nursing babies.
At the Baby Care Centers you can also purchase anything you might need for your baby from baby food, formula, diapers, wipes, sunscreen, pacifiers, bottles, and more. You can also purchase diapers at most gift shops around the park, just ask because they often have them behind the counter.
I have used all the Baby Care Centers and have found them clean and comfortable. The attendants have also been very helpful when I needed something for my baby.
If you are traveling with a baby then you will want to make sure you bring the best nursing cover, the hooter hider. You can use to discretely nurse your baby throughout the parks as well as protect your baby from a drafty ac vent or a cold attraction.
Don’t let an infant hold you back from a great family vacation. Disney is very baby friendly and you will make lots of magical memories!