Disney World Baby Care Centers: The One-Stop-Shop for Disney Parents in Need

by | Oct 25, 2021 | WDW Blog

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You can find Disney World Baby Care Centers at all four parks. Use these locations as a place to comfortably feed, change, and nurse your baby during your trip to Walt Disney World.

Visiting Walt Disney World with little ones is a magical experience, but it can also be a stressful one. From remembering to pack everything you need to keeping small children from overheating, being a Disney parent is no simple task.

Fortunately, Walt Disney World theme parks feature Baby Care Centers—which really are a dream come true for parents in need. 

Disney World Baby Care Center Features

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Photo courtesy of Disney Parks Blog

While each Baby Care Center at Disney World differs slightly, most feature a few helpful spaces: 

Kitchen

Need filtered water for your formula or a microwave to heat up your toddler’s meal? Disney World’s Baby Care Centers have you covered.

While you won’t find a refrigerator available for use (so mamas who are pumping should be sure to bring a cooler), you can use the microwave or sink. Personally, I’ve found the kitchen useful for washing out bottles in a cleaner, more sterile environment than a park bathroom. 

Changing Room

Though I’ve never struggled to find a changing table at any Walt Disney World restroom, you can also find cozy changing areas at the Baby Care Centers

Nursing Room

Breastfeeding and bottle-feeding parents alike will find the Baby Care Center’s nursing rooms useful.

While some parks feature private rooms and others feature group nursing rooms, most include at least one rocking chair, and all four centers feature outlets for moms who need to plug in a breast pump

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Feeding Area

While you can always ask for a high chair or booster at any Disney dining location (including Quick-Service and Table-Service restaurants), sometimes it’s best to let your child eat in a less distracting, cool environment.

Disney World’s Baby Care Centers feature high chairs for just the occasion. 

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My daughter putting the high chair at the Baby Care Center to good use. Photo by Dani Moritz

Lounge Area

Even if you don’t need anything in particular and just want a break from the heat or a reprieve from sensory input, you’ll find lounge areas with a TV and sitting area perfect for getting some family R&R. 

Shop

Unless you’re as practically perfect as Mary Poppins, you’re liable to forget something from time to time. The Disney World Baby Care Centers have you covered.

While you may see some higher price tags that you’re used to, you’ll find must-have items like Huggies diapers and wipes, Gerber baby food, Carnation Good Start formula, over-the-counter medicine, lotion, sunscreen, and even clothing changes (for the regrettable but inevitable blowout situations all parents have encountered).

Note: Hollywood Studios features one of the smaller Baby Care Centers and does not contain an on-site shop in the center. You can, however, head to Movieland (the nearby gift shop) to purchase many of the same items available at the other Baby Care Center locations.

Baby Care Center Locations

While you won’t find a Baby Care Center at Disney Resort hotels, Disney Springs, or its waterparks, you will find one at each of Walt Disney World’s four theme parks:

Magic Kingdom Baby Care Center

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Magic Kingdom Baby Care Center location

Temporarily located nearby the Carousel of Progress in Tomorrowland.

EPCOT Baby Care Center

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EPCOT Baby Care Center location

Located in the same pavilion as the EPCOT Experience, close by the Mexico Pavilion.

Hollywood Studios Baby Care Center

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Hollywood Studios Baby Care Center location

Located at the front of the park inside of Guest Relations.

Animal Kingdom Baby Care Center

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Animal Kingdom Baby Care Center location

Located to the left of the Tree of Life adjacent to Creature Comforts.

Disney World Baby Care Centers: Magic When You Need It Most

The next time you’re visiting the Most Magical Place on Earth and you find yourself in need, check out your nearest Disney World Baby Care Center for rest, reprieve, and a chance to grab that item you swore you packed

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Written by Dani Moritz

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Dani has been visiting Disney Parks since she was two years old. She’s part of a DVC member family, a WDW annual passholder and former Cast Member, and the kind of Disney fan who still cries when she watches the Magic Kingdom fireworks. Since having her daughter, though, her favorite Disney title is Disney mom, and she’s loving sharing her love of the mouse with her toddler—who almost loves Walt Disney World as much as she does.
Dani Moritz

Written by Dani Moritz

Dani has been visiting Disney Parks since she was two years old. She’s part of a DVC member family, a WDW annual passholder and former Cast Member, and the kind of Disney fan who still cries when she watches the Magic Kingdom fireworks. Since having her daughter, though, her favorite Disney title is Disney mom, and she’s loving sharing her love of the mouse with her toddler—who almost loves Walt Disney World as much as she does.