Girl with sister and dad in front of Cinderelle Castle
  • On May 3, 2021
    Gemma from Merseyside Asked

    Hello again! We are going in November this year and will be taking our children for the first time. They will be 2.5 and 9 months old. Is there any space in the parks to let the littlest out of her pram and have a stretch/crawl away from crowds? Thank you

    Hello Gemma,

    As the current UK Panelist, it always makes me super happy to welcome a fellow Brit to planDisney.  I'm so pleased you've stopped by with such a great question for us Gemma!

    How wonderful it is to hEAR you have pixie-dusted Disney holiday plans for your dear family already in place for this coming November.  Like you, I can hardly wait to get back to all the things I've missed so much in Orlando, like the warm Florida sun, delicious DoleWhips, and of course to visit again with my good pal, Mickey Mouse!

    Seeing the true magic of Walt Disney World Resort through the eyes of your darling little ones will be such a blessing to your family!  I remember so well how extra special it felt when my own children got to experience the enchantment of the Magic Kingdom Park for the very 1st time... such happy memories!

    All young Mouseketeers love to explore their new surroundings!  And thankfully, at Walt Disney World Resort Guests of all ages can discover something new and magical around almost each and every corner.  However, at present, as we continue Returning to a World of Magic at Walt Disney World Resort most children's play areas and splash zones are temporarily closed due to the Covid-19 physical distancing measures which are currently in place.  Although it certainly goes without saying that things may (hopefully!) look a little differently by the time you visit later on this yEAR in November.

    However, I do believe you may discover a little space for your family to stretch and relax within the circular viewing area in front of Cinderella Castle within the Magic Kingdom Park.  This roomy viewing area space can be found on this handy Magic Kingdom Park map by following Main Street, U.S.A down towards Cinderella Castle where you will find the grassed circular hub used for parade and fireworks viewing.

    Gemma, I also thought you might find it useful to know that each Disney Theme Park benefits from a Baby Care Center.  These beautifully air-conditioned havens really do provide parents with little Mouseketeers with such thoughtful baby-care facilities like private nursing rooms complete with rocking chairs, changing rooms with tables, toddler feeding areas with high chairs, a kitchen area including a handy microwave & sink, plus a family room with the added entertainment of a television showing Disney cartoons.

    Additionally, you'll also find within these oh-so family-friendly Baby Centers on-site shops where Guests can purchase baby formula, baby food, nappies, baby wipes, sunscreen, over-the-counter medications, and even Disney-style baby clothing.  All the Baby Centers at Walt Disney World Resort really are practically perfect in every way!

    Gemma, if you should have any further questions about spending your jolly holidays at Walt Disney World Resort, then please do pop back to planDisney to ask me another question.  I'm always more than happy to help!
            
    Have a great Disney day ~ Jane
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Meet the Panelist: Jane, United Kingdom

As the UK "Mum" on the planDisney Panel I'm able to assist those lucky Guests visiting Walt Disney World Resort from the United Kingdom who generally enjoy a whole 2 week magical stay. The planning and organising of resorts, Advance Dining Reservations and extra pixie dusted holiday fun for solo travellers, large or small family groups is my absolute pleasure! Learn More About Jane

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