PHOTOS: Magic Kingdom Baby Care Center Reopens with New ‘Alice in Wonderland’ Theme
After a lengthy renovation, the Magic Kingdom’s Baby Care Center has reopened with a new look. The Baby Care Center provides space for families with young children to feed or breastfeed babies, change diapers and more. It is located between the Crystal Palace and Casey’s Corner.
The baby care center is free and is open from 9:00 am until the park closes every day.
It also serves as a location for Cast Members to bring lost children until their parents / guardians can be located.
Inside, the facilities are divided into rooms according to function. The room above is intended for feeding young children and includes a children’s table as well as several high chairs. The Baby Care Center has undergone a complete renovation. The dining room above has new wood laminate flooring and blue striped wallpaper is visible throughout the center. The wallpaper features “Alice in Wonderland” characters and whimsical patterns.
The shelves are decorated with Wonderland-themed items, such as these rabbit statues and photographs, a pocket watch, and wooden blocks that write “I’m late.”
“It doesn’t matter which way you go: an atlas of wonderland” is on this shelf.
White roses and pots of red paint sit next to a crown and a card stand depicting the Queen of Hearts.
Another shelf features an Alice-like doll, blocks spelling out “more curious”, and other subtle nods to the movie.
Another room has several changing tables. This room has also undergone a major renovation. The tile was replaced and moldings were added to the ceiling. The padded edges of the changing tables are now blue instead of white.
A shelf in the locker room features tea cups and the Mad Hatter’s iconic hat.
âAlice in Wonderlandâ works of art adorn the walls of the health center.
There is also a station with a sink for easy cleaning.
A private breastfeeding room is available. It has several rocking chairs, but only nursing parents are allowed in with their children.
A small kitchen is equipped with a sink and a microwave. Families can also buy forgotten supplies here, such as formula, baby food, bottles, and more.
The teal cabinetry has rabbit head knobs, bringing a subtle theme to the space.
Watch a guided tour of the refurbished baby care center at Magic Kingdom below.
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