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  • On Jan 13, 2023
    Kathleen from NY Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Do you got a baby crib

    Hi Kathleen! Thanks for visiting planDisney!

    When traveling with young ones, sometimes the excitement of the Disney Theme Parks can make bedtime difficult. I have often visited Walt Disney World Resort with young kids, so I understand that getting them to sleep in something like what they sleep in at home can be a big help. 

    Currently, all Disney Resort hotels offer complimentary cribs or Pack ‘n Play playards. You can request them when you make your hotel reservation, or when you check in. However, quantities are limited, so I recommend making your request early and then following up at check in. 

    If your little one enjoys some music or a bedtime story, check out the channel guide on your Disney Resort hotel television. There may be certain Resort channels that play short Disney bedtime stories that feature quiet, calming music. 

    And when you're in the theme parks, make sure you visit the Baby Care Centers available in each of the four theme parks. They offer a quiet place for changing diapers, a feeding area with high chairs, and a shop to purchase diapers, sunscreen, and other necessities for your little Mouseketeer. 

    I hope you and your little one enjoy your visit to Walt Disney World Resort, Kathleen. If you have any more questions or need recommendations about Walt Disney World Resort experiences for little ones, visit me again at planDisney! 

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Meet the Panelist: Kaitlin, Indiana

Hi friends! I'm Kaitlin, a wife and mom to two young boys. I can always be found with a list of the latest and greatest snacks and treats at Walt Disney World, and sometimes I'm even willing to share those snacks with my family. In the meantime, I'm here to help answer your questions about your vacation to Walt Disney World Resort!  Learn More About Kaitlin

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