The first challenge was to find the baby center. We took a look at the map near Main Street, but couldn’t find it. We ended up asking the people at the information booth …. but they weren’t sure if it was #1 in the same place and #2 it was open during construction.
It turns out that the baby center is at the very end of Main Street on the right-hand side if you are walking from the main entrance to Tomorrow Land.
It’s a wierd/cool place to hang out with your baby for a minute. When you enter through the two narrow doors, there is a small sitting room. A woman dressed in Victorian era maid-type outfit was waiting in a little play area. With a big smile, she asked us what we needed help with. We informed her that we just needed a diaper change so she gave us a quick tour (nursing rooms, play area, changing stations, water closets with half doors for kids, a large toilet with no seat that we assumed was for elimination communication).
It was a very cute little area with air conditioning (whoo hoo!) that allowed us to do our business in private. The decor is a little weird to me what with the Victorian era colors (pale peach) and the almost faded looking wall paper, but it’s Disneyland and I’m sure that they could afford to change it if they wanted to so I’m guessing that they like it like that.
Anyhoo … it’s a cute little spot in the middle of the park that gives families a place to take care of any baby business that might come up and provides a cool place to just sit for a minute.
Have you used the baby center at Disneyland?
What was your favorite thing about it.