The BEST Places to Nurse your Baby at Disney World

animal kingdom baby care center

Animal Kingdom's Baby Care Center

We’ve talked about the Baby Care Centers before – located in each of the 4 Disney theme parks, these centers are a great place to take a break, get out of the elements, and take care of yourself and your little ones.

My son was 6 months old when we first visited these baby care centers.  Our first morning, I discovered the beautiful one at Disney’s Animal Kingdom – they had fantastic changing tables as well as private rooms for nursing.  But, then I thought about it – there is only one baby care center per park – and you know these parks are not small.  And, if I was to lock myself in a room every 3 hours for 20 minutes or so, I would miss out on so much of the trip.  So, for the first time in 6 months, I knew it was time to become comfortable nursing.. wherever I was!

I wanted to share some of the best options on where to nurse.. comfortably.. for the mom’s like me – who prefer to be in private, but don’t want to miss out on the Magic!

Magic Kingdom

  • Wedway Peoplemover/TTA
  • Hall of Presidents
  • Carousel of Progress
  • Walt Disney World Railroad
  • Enchanted Tiki Room


  • Spaceship Earth
  • Ellen’s Energy Adventure
  • Living with the Land
  • Circle of Life (film in the Land Pavilion)

Hollywood Studios

  • Any of the shows – sitting down for an extended period of time!  If you’re more modest, consider where you sit take (maybe avoid front and center!)
  • The Great Movie Ride
  • Studio Backlot Tour (it’s good for something!)

Disney’s Animal Kingdom

  • Festival of the Lion King/Finding Nemo- the Musical
  • Any of the walking trails – some are more crowded than others, but you can nurse while still taking in the animals and the ambiance!

Wherever you feel comfortable  you can nurse.  Florida law states – covered or not – you can feed your child whenever and wherever.  I’m a big fan of my cover, but in all reality, whatever you are comfortable with, no one can say anything to you!  I hope you’ll feel comfortable to feed your child without having to miss out on the Disney Magic!


About disneybabiesjenn

With family in Florida, Jenn started traveling to WDW as a baby and hasn't stopped. The mom of 2 boys, her 2 year old has now visited WDW 4 times and her infant will take his first trip at 10 months old. Visit Jenn at her daily homeDisney Babies Blog, to share tips, tricks, and reasons that visiting with babies and toddlers IS a great idea!
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