With so many changes happening throughout Disney World, we’ve already explored the modifications that have been implemented at the theme park restrooms. We’ve also taken a closer look at how rider switch and Disability Access Services are operating with several new health and safety measures in place.
But now it’s time to take a closer look at the Baby Care Centers that are located inside each of the Disney World theme parks to see how they’ve adapted. Let’s head inside one now and take a look around.
Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, and Disney’s Hollywood Studios are each equipped with a Baby Care Center. These locations offer a quiet, peaceful, and private spot for moms to get in a quick diaper change, nurse, or pick up any baby necessities they might have forgotten to pack or ran out of at the parks!
We visited this Baby Care Center at Magic Kingdom and as you can see, it’s still well-stocked with baby formula, baby food, juice, diapers, wipes, clothing, and over-the-counter mediations for purchase. The kitchen area along with its microwave and sink are still available for guests to use.
The feeding area is also still open but has been divided into three sections to help guests socially distance themselves. Each designated station includes a chair and a high chair. Only three parties are permitted to use the room at one time.
Hand sanitizer stations are located throughout the Baby Care Center to encourage guests to sanitizer their hands often.
Meanwhile, the rockers in the private nursing room have also been assigned numbers and only three parties are permitted inside at one time.
In the changing room, most of the changing tables have been assigned a number…
…while some have been marked “unavailable.” Trash cans and sinks are still operational while the women’s restroom in the facility is also still open.
And there you have it! Feel confident you can still swing by the Baby Care Centers at each Disney World theme park anytime to get what you need, even if it’s just a moment to relax with your little one and soak up some AC! And if you need a quick break but you don’t want to trek all the way to a Baby Care Center, check out one of the nearby relaxation stations located throughout each park!
Have you ever traveled to Disney World with a baby? Share some advice with us in the comments below!