They’re only your little ones for a little while, so capture this special time while it’s here. Visiting Orlando with your toddler can be a vacation filled with dreams and wonder. There so much to do in Orlando and lifelong memories for your preschooler to make. Our helpful tips for traveling with young children will help you make the most out of this special time together.
Video - Tips for Travelling with Toddlers
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Orlando’s theme parks offer a variety of benefits and guidelines for families traveling with toddlers to ensure a great time for everyone.
Children under 3 are free Children under 3 years of age get free entry into most of Orlando's theme parks, water parks and attractions.
Ride then Switch Theme parks with select, adult size rides offers a Rider Switch option for guests. At certain attractions, adult Guests can take turns waiting with children too young or too small to ride, then "switch" with another riding Guest from their party to experience the attraction without standing in line again. Check with your theme park for more information.
Going for a stroll Stroller rentals are conveniently available at all of Orlando's theme parks. Some offer multi-day rentals along with both single and double strollers. Check your theme park guide map for stroller rental locations.
Lock it up Most of Orlando's theme parks offer easy to use Locker Rentals. You'll appreciate the convenience of having all your little one's necessary items for a day out with in close proximity without having to carry them around all day. Check your theme park guide map for locker rental locations.
Changing time Each park offers conveniently located diaper changing stations both the men's and women's restrooms along with and family restrooms, in certain locations. Some parks also offer expanded Baby Care Centers with comfortable changing and feeding areas. Check your theme park guide map for locations and more information.
Dedicated Lands Orlando's theme parks feature entire lands with rides, stage shows and activities imagined just for little ones.