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  • On Feb 18, 2018
    Brooksy from LA Asked

    We are going to Disney in June? Am I allowed to bring the sit and stand stroller?

    Hi Brooksy! Thanks so much for visiting the Disney Parks Moms Panel and for sharing your question with us!

    You absolutely can bring your sit and stand stroller and you will see many of the same with like-minded parents throughout Walt Disney World Resort. You might also want to bring a towel or small blanket with you when you are in the theme parks. Use the towel or blanket to cover your stroller when you are enjoying attractions throughout the day. The warm Florida sun can make the strollers very hot (especially in June) and I don't want your kiddos to get burned.

    I also want to make sure you know about the Baby Care Centers. You will find them in each of the 4 theme parks and they are the perfect place to change or feed your little one if needed. There is also a main room with chairs and a television where your older kiddo can rest for a few moments while you are caring for your younger child. The Baby Care Centers were invaluable to us when our kiddos were younger. They also have a few necessities available for purchase if you find you left a must have baby or toddler item in your room at your Resort hotel.

    Enjoy your Walt Disney World Resort vacation! Every moment will be magical as you enjoy your vacation through the eyes of your children. That's the Power of Magic! 
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