Should you bring a baby to Disney World? The answer from past guests is, yes! There is plenty to enjoy at Disney World, for all ages and paces. Even the youngest can enjoy the most magical place on earth. Many rides are slow moving, with bright colors and fun songs. Here are 15 Rides To Bring The Baby On & more tips to enjoy your Disney vacation.
15 Rides to Bring Baby On:
- Dumbo the Flying Elephant (Magic Kingdom)
- Gran Fiesta Tour Starring The Three Caballeros (Epcot)
- The Hall of Presidents (Magic Kingdom)
- Haunted Mansion (Magic Kingdom)
- it’s a small world (Magic Kingdom)
- Journey into Imagination with Figment (Epcot)
- Jungle Cruise (Magic Kingdom)
- Living with the Land (Epcot)
- Na’Vi River Journey (Animal Kingdom)
- Peter Pan’s Flight (Magic Kingdom)
- Pirates of the Caribbean (Magic Kingdom)
- The Seas with Nemo & Friends (Epcot)
- Spaceship Earth (Epcot)
- Tomorrowland Transit Authority PeopleMover (Magic Kingdom)
- Walt Disney World Railroad (Magic Kingdom)
Train Stroller Tips: Rental strollers are not allowed on the train, take your personal belongings & your name card with you on the train. There will be rental strollers available at your next destination. You must fold up personal strollers to take them on the train with you.
Your whole group can enjoy shows together. Disney World is full of amazing stage shows, across all parks. Below are just a few to consider.
- Beauty and the Beast Live on Stage (Hollywood Studios)
- Festival of the Lion King (Animal Kingdom)
- Finding Nemo – The Musical (Animal Kingdom)
- and more!
Baby Care Center
Each theme park has a Baby Care Center complete with changing station, nursing room with rocking chairs, kitchen area with microwave, television room with small tables for toddlers and more. Plus, you can purchase baby necessities like diapers, rash cream, bottles, baby toys, infant medication and more. Plus it makes for a great area to take a break.
Rider Switch is a fantastic program at Disney World, for those traveling with young children. It allows you to stay with your child, and then ride the attraction without staying in line twice. Learn more on Rider Switch today and how it works.
Both Disney World Water parks offers an area exclusively for little ones. Consider adding a water park day.
Blizzard Beach has Tike’s Peak is (exclusively for guests 48″ & under) features: Miniature snow-banked slides, Side-by-side downhill slides, A mini inner-tube ride and Chutes tunneling through the snow. Ski Patrol Training Camp is another area children can enjoy.
Typhoon Lagoon has Ketchakiddee Creek (exclusively for guests 48″ & under) features: Side-by-side mini slides, A mini inner-tube rapids ride, Crawl chutes, Animal-shaped fountains and A cave with a waterfall.
Learn more about Water Park Must Do’s.