We took my daughter to Disney World for her first birthday, while she was still nursing. It was important for me to know quiet places I might be able to retreat to when she needed to nurse. In Florida, it is within your every right to breastfeed where you please, even at Disney World. No need to seclude yourself or go to a bathroom (YUCK!) If you, or your baby, need a little less stimulation and a little more privacy, I have put together a list of quiet places to nurse.
Baby Care Centers
First and foremost, Disney has baby care centers in all four of their theme parks. In these buildings, you will find a plethora of changing tables, a small store with diapers, baby food, infant formula, and the like. You will also find a nursing room. It has some rocking chairs and some small tables. There are also outlets available if you need to pump. The lights are dim and of course it is climate controlled. A great place to go if your little needs less stimulation to feed.
Rides and Attractions
There are some rides and attractions that you can nurse on discreetly, without having to miss out on the fun!
- Hall of Presidents
- It’s a Small World
- Country Bear Jamboree
- Carousel of Progress (21 minutes long!)
- People Mover
- Mickey’s Philharmonic
- Tom Sawyer’s Island
- Pirates of the Caribbean
- Under the Sea- Journey of the Little Mermaid
- American Adventure
- Living with the Land
- The Seas with Nemo and Friends
- Impressions de France
- Gran Fiesta Tour Starring The Three Caballeros
- Spaceship Earth
- Frozen Ever After
- The Boneyard
- Festival of the Lion King
- Na’vi River Journey
- Voyage of the Little Mermaid
- Muppet Vision 3D
- A “Frozen” Sing-Along Celebration
- Beauty and the Beast Live on Stage
Any place you want!
As stated earlier, you are allowed to nurse wherever you feel comfortable. There are quiet corners hidden in all areas of the park. My favorite is in the Seas Pavillon watching the fish swim by, or if you want to sit on the hub grass, while taking in views of Cinderella’s Castle, feel free! Lots of moms, those who are more coordinated than I ever was, even nurse in their baby carriers while touring the parks. Just remember to stay hydrated!