Mom And Daughter Magic Kingdom Cinderella's Castle
  • On Sep 3, 2012
    Linda from OK 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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    I have a two year old that is potty trained. How are the restrooms at Disney World? Are there special toilets/seats for children? Trying to see if carrying around a travel potty seat is a must.

    Hi Linda! Congratulations on getting a two year old potty are the envy of many other mothers out there.

    I wish I could give you a blanket answer about the toilets at Walt Disney World but the condition varies.  If you have a very busy day in the parks then the rest rooms that are in places that find them well used will be a bit in need of cleaning help. It is a huge job to keep up with the crowds and on some days you can tell they aren't quite managing it.

    Try to find restrooms that are off the beaten path. Those will usually be the cleanest. I have also found that the restrooms in the resorts generally are kept pretty clean.  I do suggest you bring one of the folding travel seats with you. I am not aware of lower seated toilets so it would give you a peace of mind if you used your own as kids will want to put their hands on the seat for balance etc. If you don't mind lifting your child up and down then you can get by with some sort of paper cover which are provided.

    I also always take some sanitizer with me and keep it in my purse or bag as I like using it after a restroom break or a wait in a line where we all put our hands on the rails.
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