Mom And Daughter Magic Kingdom Cinderella's Castle
  • On Jan 10, 2012
    Patricia from LA Asked

    I want to bring my strolled/car seat combination for my infant. Is it possible to travel on Disney's buses and monorail with this?

    Hi Patricia!  My daughter used a stroller/carseat combo and it was the best thing she ever found during the years of infance and toddler.

    She found it especially great for traveling on airplanes as you didn't have to tow along two different pieces.  It collapsed into carseat during flight and once you arrived it became a stroller.  You will be able to bring a stroller on all busses and monorails during your vacation at Disney. However, you are not able to use carseats as true carseats. There are no seatbelts on any of the modes of transportation and since they are often very busy and crowded most parents simply fold the stroller and hold the child in their lap.  Strollers must all be collapsed and folded during bus trips and for monorails you can keep the stroller open. Some boats will require strollers folded and others allow them open and it depends on the boat size.

    Hope that helps. Making it as easy as possible when traveling with a young child will take a lot of stress out of a vacation for the family. Enjoy!
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