Visiting Disneyland as a parent with a baby/toddler takes a little planning. Even with annual passes and short visits, it comes with great peace of mind to know Disneyland Resorts considers even their tiniest guest, like Damian. I recently learned about Disney’s Baby Care Centers. They have two, one in each of the parks.
The Baby Center at California Adventure is the newer of the two and a bit bigger. In there, parents can find a quiet place to nurse, changing tables, feeding tables, and even tiny potties.
The nursing stations are discrete and you can get comfortable with your baby in a rocking chair.
The changing tables are plenty and they even provide a sanitary paper for extra protection.
The best part was seeing these baby care center vending machines. These machines are a life saver for parents in the parks with little ones.
The vending machines have everything from baby food and snacks, bottles, pacifiers, diapers and wipes, and even medication.
They also have high chairs for a quiet place to feed the baby. My kids strived on routine as little ones so this is an awesome option when the bigger kids are busy getting on the rides.
And last but definitely not least is the cute waiting area the rest of the family could wait in if they decided to come on in for a quick break while you do a quick change or feeding. The Baby Center is so welcoming. I’m so happy parents like me have a place like this to turn to with wonderful cast members.
Visit A Baby Care Center at your next visit to a Disneyland Resort
Disneyland Baby Care Center
Located just off Main Street between Plaza Inn and Main Street Photo Supply Co. When you head down Main Street towards the castle it’s to your right in front of the Corndog stand, Little Red Wagon.
California Adventure Baby Care Center
Located behind Cars Land in the Pacific Wharf. Head towards Pixar Pier after passing CarsLand and it is directly to your left behind Ghirardelli soda fountain and chocolate shop.