If you are planning to take a vacation to Disney with a baby, you likely will begin wondering where you will be able to breastfeed your child comfortably or prepare a bottle. It is also equally as important to know that you will be able to get out of the hustle and bustle of the crowds in order to provide an environment where you child will pay attention to actually eating rather than everything else!
For all food preparations and feeding high chairs, you should go to the Baby Care Centers found in each of the theme parks and water parks. The locations of the Baby Care Centers are in the front of the parks, with the exact location easily found on each of the theme park maps.
If you want to feed your child while experiencing an attraction, here is a list of the best locations to feed your infant within Disney World:
- Carousel of Progress – If you sit in the front of this show, you will have your back to most of the other guests, thus privacy.
- Hall of Presidents – Plan to sit in the back. This is a longer show, great for feeding time!
- it’s a small world – Request to sit in the back of the boat where others cannot see you.
- People Mover – The ride vehicles have tall walls making privacy easy.
- Pirates of the Caribbean – You could request a seat in the front where you can get the best privacy.
- The Enchanted Tiki Room – Sit in the back of the theater. This is a shorter show.
- The Haunted Mansion – This attraction is very dark and perfect for privacy.
- Gran Fiesta Tour Starring The Three Caballeros – Sit in the front or the back but know that this is a shorter attraction.
- Impressions de France – This show is fairly long and not particularly busy.
- Living with the Land – This is a longer attraction where you should sit in the front or the back.
- Spaceship Earth – A dark attraction that is rather long. Great for feedings!
- The American Adventure – This is a great, long show for feedings! Sit in the front or the back.
- Universe of Energy: Ellen’s Energy Adventure – Looooooong attraction (like 45 minutes), dark. Great for feedings!
- Disney Junior – Live on Stage – Sit along the side of this show.
- Studio Backlot Tour – Close to the train experience. Can be done but you are a bit more exposed.
- Boneyard – A great place to feed a small child, especially if you have other children who would appreciate playing.
- Finding Nemo-The Musical – Long show, a bit noisy for feedings but sit towards the back for less ruckus.
- Flights of Wonder – Nice 20 minute show. Great for feeding.
These are the best of the attraction locations. Of course, there are hidden places within the parks if none of these work. Would love to hear your experiences that will help other parents looking to feed their children in Disney.