Unlike other baby care centers, the Animal Kingdom Baby Center is not near the main entrance. Once you reach the Tree of Life, make a left into Africa. The baby center is on the left hand side just past Starbucks but before the bridge. The main sign is pictured above.
This facility is quite large and offers plenty of space to accommodate multiple families at once. Shown below is the main entrance and waiting area.
To the right, there is a play room with toys, benches and a TV to entertain older siblings or other guests in your party. This was the stock of items available for purchase. Not quite as large a selection as Epcot, but still had all the essentials.
The changing facility, which offered many changing tables, is shown below. Unlike other parks baby care centers, these changing tables are smaller and don’t really have a place to set a diaper bag.
The Animal Kingdom Baby Center (like all others) had a microwave and bottle warmer with disposable paper bowls and plastic spoons available for use. Additional items available for purchase are shown below. The baby center also had spacious nursing rooms with rocking chairs.
Overall, I was quite impressed with the size of the Animal Kingdom Baby Center. The facility was certainly large enough to accommodate multiple families without feeling cramped. It was even larger than the Epcot one! It was a little off the beaten path, but completely worth it. Which Baby Care Center is your favorite?Mom's review of the Animal Kingdom Baby Care Center Click To Tweet