PHOTOS: Magic Kingdom Baby Care Center Reopens With New ‘Alice in Wonderland’ Theming
After a lengthy refurbishment, the Baby Care Center at the Magic Kingdom has reopened with a new look. The Baby Care Center provides a space for families with young children to feed or nurse babies, change diapers, and more. It can be found between The Crystal Palace and Casey’s Corner.
The Baby Care Center is complimentary, and is open from 9 a.m. until park close daily.
It also serves as the location where Cast Members bring lost children until their parents/guardians can be located.
Inside, the facilities are divided into rooms based on function. The room above is for feeding young children and includes a child-size table plus several high chairs. The Baby Care Center has undergone a complete refurbishment. The dining room above has new wood laminate flooring, and the blue striped wallpaper can be seen throughout the center. The wallpaper features “Alice in Wonderland” characters and whimsical designs.
The shelves are decorated with Wonderland-themed items, such as these rabbit statues and photographs, a pocket watch, and wooden blocks that spell out, “I’m late.”
“It Really Doesn’t Matter Which Way You Go: An Atlas of Wonderland” sits on this shelf.
White roses and jars of red paint sit beside a crown and a card display featuring the Queen of Hearts.
Another shelf features a doll resembling Alice, blocks spelling out “curiouser,” and other subtle nods to the film.
Another room has several changing tables. This room has also undergone a large refurbishment. The tile has been replaced, and molding has been added to the ceiling. The padded edges of the changing tables are now blue instead of white.
A shelf in the changing room features teacups and the Mad Hatter’s iconic hat.
“Alice in Wonderland” artwork adorns the walls of the Care Center.
There is also has a station with a sink for easy clean-up.
A private nursing room is available. It has multiple comfortable chairs, but only nursing/pumping parents are allowed in with their children.
The old wooden rocking chairs have been replaced by comfortable padded seats. Each chair is now also accompanied by a table.
The tables have two standard outlets and two USB outlets, allowing guests to set up breast pumps, charge their phones, and more.
Stained glass teapot lamps carry on the theming.
A small kitchen provides a sink and microwaves. Families can also purchase forgotten supplies here, such as formula, baby food, bottles, and more.
The teal cupboards have rabbit head knobs, bringing subtle theming to the space.
Watch a tour of the refurbished Baby Care Center at the Magic Kingdom below.
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