Disney's Magical Express
  • On Apr 1, 2019
    Brittany from WI Asked

    We are going to be traveling to Disney in a few months with a baby and I am wondering about the stroller. I know the bus from the airport will store the stroller under the bus. What about the grounds bus system, monorail line, and watercrafts ?

    Hi Brittany!
    Thanks for stopping by and visiting with the Disney Parks Moms Panel! 

    Our stroller has been a lifesaver for us when we visit the theme parks. Not having to carry a sleeping child through the parks is magical in itself!

    Strollers are permitted on most of the resorts transportation options. The Monorail has enough room for the stroller to remain unfolded with your child riding. The buses and larger watercraft require that guests fold the stroller before boarding. There are some smaller watercraft that do not allow strollers or wheelchairs on board.  The captain of those boats or ferries will let you know if your stroller isn't allowed and will provide an alternative to getting to your destination if you aren't aware. 

    Also, Disney released some new stroller requirements. Be sure to make sure that your stroller meets the measurements so that your little one will be able to enjoy your Disney vacation. Strollers can not be more than 52 inches long and 36 inches wide. If you have more questions about those measurements, please visit with us again.
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