Yes, you can visit Disney World in Orlando with a toddler or infant, and the parks are well-equipped with plenty of rides and amenities for little ones.
All 4 Disney parks have fully-staffed ‘baby care centers’ featuring a host of helpful amenities for parents with infants and toddlers alike. Each center offers private nursing rooms and changing rooms, as well as feeding areas with highchairs, kitchens with microwaves, TV rooms and on-site shops selling baby food, juice, diapers, sunscreen, clothing and over-the-counter medications.
Further facilities across the parks include changing stations in most restrooms.
If you want to bring food and drink into the park, you are permitted to do so as long as the food items do not require re-heating. This guide about bringing food to Disney has more information.
You can pack food, beverages and any other baby items in small suitcases, coolers or backpacks (with or without wheels) as long as they are no larger than 24″ (61cm) long x 15″ (38cm) wide x 18″ (46cm) high. These can be carried around the park, or stored in on-site lockers which are available to rent on a daily basis throughout the parks.
Baby strollers are permitted in Disney World, however they shouldn’t be larger than 36″ x 52″ (92 x 132 cm), and strollers are generally not allowed at the park restaurants or ride queues although there are plenty of designated areas to park strollers around the park. Single and double strollers are available to rent through our concierge team.
If children become separated from their parents while in the park, they’ll be escorted by a Disney staff member to the nearest baby care center. Once there, the child will be looked after by fully-trained staff until the parent or guardian is reunited with the child.