Thursday, January 3, 2013

Family Restrooms at Walt Disney World

Having three boys now will change the way we take Walt Disney World vacations. From now on, Jonathan and I will be outnumbered. No longer can I take one and he take the other. One of us will always have at least 2 boys with us. Being the mom to all boys that means going to the restroom will take on new meaning as well. As the younger boys get older they will start to baulk at going in the Women's Restroom. So, what is a mom of boys to do? Let them go in the Men's Room alone? I'm not ready for that! So, I searched the internet and found a list of Family Restrooms at all 4 parks at Walt Disney World. Hopefully this list will help parents with children who are the opposite gender in finding a safe, family restroom to visit.

As always, ask a cast member for specific directions to these locations.

Magic Kingdom:
  • Baby Care Center
  • First Aid Station
  • Lower level of Cinderella's Royal Table 
  • Space Mountain 
  • Pirates of the Caribbean 
  • Splash Mountain 
Epcot:
  • Baby Care Center
  • First Aid Station
  • East side of Spaceship Earth 
  • Future World East Block opposite of Test Track 
  • Future World West Block opposite of The Land 
  • Canada 
  • Germany 
  • Morocco 
  • Norway opposite the Viking ship 
Hollywood Studios:
  • Baby Care Center
  • First Aid Station
  • Star Tours 
  • Next to Sound stage 3 
  • Fantasmic 
  • The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror 
  • Rock 'N' Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith 
  • Entrance to Lights, Motors, Action 
Animal Kingdom:
  • Baby Care Center
  • First Aid Station
  • Chester and Hester's Dinosaur Treasures 
  • Maharajah Jungle Trek 
  • Harambe Village in the Mombasa Marketplace 
  • Expedition Everest 
  • Conservation Station at Rafiki's Planet Watch 
  • Discovery Island opposite Flame Tree Barbecue

3 comments:

  1. This is an awesome resource!! Thank you for putting it together.

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  2. Thank you for this information. My 10 year old son and I are going in October, and the restroom issue was a big concern for me.

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  3. My wife is in a wheelchair. We need family bathrooms. This is great. THanks.

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