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I have a 6 month old daughter. I'd like to know what facilities are available inside the theme parks for infants. For example, are there places where I can comfortably breast feed? What about a location for the baby to nap out of the stroller?
- Asked by Sarah on 3/12/2008
Each of the four main theme parks has a baby care center
. These centers are equipped with supplies for purchase such as diapers, wipes, bottles, formula, baby food, pacifiers, etc. There are also changing stations (in addition, almost all the restrooms at WDW have changing tables) and comfortably air-conditioned rooms for breast feeding or breast pumping. Unfortunately there is no place at the theme parks where you could have your child nap out of the stroller.
There are also several attractions at each of the theme parks that are known to be particularly comfortable for quiet feeding of a baby. For example, the Hall of Presidents and the Carousel of Progress are both fairly long attractions with cushy seats and a darkened auditorium. Babies (and sleepy husbands) often take brief naps there.