AA Mom And Kids Mickey Ice Cream Bar; DinoLand U.S.A.; animal kingdom
  • On Nov 17, 2011
    Chris from NY Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    What is the difference between the pack and play vs a crib. Sizes? Is there a fee (child under 2). Can I choose or it is what is int he room? Thank you.

    Size-wise, I think a crib might be slightly larger than a pack'n'play, Chris, but not significantly so.  Cribs typically sit higher off the ground and usually have slats that keep the child contained.  The average pack'n'play, on the other hand, will sit just above ground and usually features mesh sides.  They are easy to fold up and store whereas a crib is certainly not.  Walt Disney World resorts do not charge a fees for the use of a pack'n'play for children under the age of three.  If you do not find one in your room when you arrive, just call the front desk and one will be delivered to you along with a crib sheet (which will fit the pack'n'play "mattress").  I hope that helps!
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