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  • On Feb 6, 2017
    Kay from FL Asked

    planning to visit magic kingdom this february. we will be taking an uber to get there, using our own car seat for our two year old. is there any where in the park that we can leave our car seat while we have fun for the day?

    Hello Kay!  Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Whenever I plan new activities during an Endlessly Magical Walt Disney World Resort vacation, I consider the impact that traveling will have when being able to access said activities.  Traveling with young children makes us pretty reliant on Complimentary Resort Transportation due to not having car seats.  However, on our next Walt Disney World Resort vacation, I may bring our car seats and take advantage of taxis to get to locations that otherwise would require multiple steps to reach.  Thankfully, there is a solution as to where to put the car seats upon arriving at our destinations: lockers.

    At Magic Kingdom, locker rentals are available on the far right side after you get through the security screening process and ticket gates but before you go through the tunnel under Walt Disney World Railroad.

    Theme Park lockers are available in 2 sizes: 
    ~Small (11" x 9" x 16") for $8 per day with a $5 key deposit, and;
    ~Large (17.5" x 12" x 16") for $10 per day with a $5 key deposit. 

    Be sure to measure your car seats to ensure that they will fit in the lockers.

    If at any point during your visit to Magic Kingdom you need to take a break with your little one, the Baby Care Center at Magic Kingdom provides a quiet and semi-private location to do so. 

    Be sure to schedule your Fastpass+ Selections and Advanced Dining Reservations using the My Disney Experience App before your visit to maximize your theme park time.

    Have a Magical Visit!
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Hello, I’m Todd – fun dad to two super kids, a beautiful princess and adventurous pirate, and husband to a loving wife. By day, I work as a storyteller and high school teacher, where I help others find their own stories through the magic of the Walt Disney World Resort!

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