If you are visiting WDW with a baby or toddler you know sometimes the parks can be totally overwhelming. Maybe you need a quiet spot to breastfeed, or you’ve run out of diapers. Perhaps you need a place to warm formula, or feed a toddler without distractions.
Located in each of the parks is a beautiful oasis called the “Baby Care Center.” They are each located near the First Aid offices.
Animal Kingdom is located on Discovery Island, near Creature Comforts.
Epcot’s is located between Test Track and Mexico, in the Odyssey Center.
Magic Kingdom has their First Aid right next to Crystal Palace.
Hollywood Studios’s is at Guest Relations near the park entrance.
All the Baby Care centers have supplies, ranging from formula and diapers to medicine and baby food. If you are in desperate need of a baby supply, it’s likely available here (but can be pricey, so aim to be prepared). They even have some clothing in case you’ve run out of clean clothes for one reason or another.
Inside are separate areas with changing tables for diaper changes, rocking chairs for breastfeeding, high chairs for feeding and a tv and chairs for older siblings to relax in. The Baby Care Center in Hollywood studios is much smaller, but still offers the same services. Castmembers there are friendly and helpful to all ages.