There is SO much to do at Disney for kids of all ages, and you can DEFINITELY visit Disney World with a toddler (and a baby!) Here are 23 expert tips for visiting Disney World with a toddler or baby.
Get them excited by setting the scene for your dream Disney vacation, by reading Disney books, watching Disney movies, or even just tuning into Disney Junior, is a great way to get toddlers ready for their first trip.
Some of the rides also have toddler-size entertainment while waiting in line. Two of my favorites for this in Magic Kingdom are Dumbo the Flying Elephant, and the Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh.
I ALWAYS promote staying at a Disney Resort Hotel for all of the benefits. Disney Hotels have onsite entertainment, pools, and plenty for toddlers and babies to do to keep busy. And staying at Disney assures your toddler is immersed in the magic for the perfect dream Disney vacation.
While Magic Kingdom IS the most toddler-friendly with the most options for rides, like “It’s a small world”, Under The Sea – Journey of the Little Mermaid, and Peterpan’s Flight (my favorite), there is something for toddlers in each of the Disney parks.
If there is one place your child can go all out, be happy, sad, have a temper tantrum, throw up, laugh hysterically, be noisy, it’s Disney. This place is made for kids, and the kids in all of us. Do NOT stress if your child has a “toddler moment” at Walt Disney World.