FAQ About Taking the Little Ones to Universal Orlando
It’s always nerve-wracking to take the little ones to a new location for the first time. Will they have baby-changing stations? What happens if you need to nurse? What rides can infants ride on? What about bringing in outside food and drink? These are all normal questions with simple answers. We make it easy for you by providing all the guidance you need!
Are there baby changing stations in both men’s and women’s restrooms?
Universal Orlando is comprised of two theme parks, both of which have diaper changing stations in both the men and women’s bathrooms. Not all bathrooms are equipped with these stations, but the maps you get at the gate will clearly indicate which ones you can visit.
What if someone gets a boo-boo?
There are first-aid locations at the front of both theme parks. Just take your tot there for band-aids and other simple first aid supplies.
What if I’m nursing while in the parks?
Both parks have nursing stations at the front of each theme park. These stations are designed to give you privacy and comfort. If you have trouble finding them, just ask a theme park employee for help.
Where can I get strollers?
You can rent either single or double strollers at the entrance of both parks. Note that you can also bring your own stroller. If you’re traveling via plane and don’t want to bring your own stroller, but you don’t want to pay the somewhat high prices of renting one in the parks, you can rent from a local company that will drop it off at your resort or vacation home. However, many people find it worth the convenience to pay the extra fee to rent in the parks and drop it off at the end of the day.
What is the ticket costs for toddlers?
The great news is that children under 3 years old get in free! This makes it an even smarter move to bring the little ones to Orlando.
Is there anything for little kids to do at Universal Orlando?
Yes! The Universal parks are known as great options for roller-coaster-lovers, but there’s lots for the little ones to do too. There are numerous children’s play areas in both parks, including:
- If I Ran the Zoo
- Me Ship the Olive
- Cam Jurassic
- Fievel’s Playland
- Curious George Goes to Town
- Woody Woodpecker’s KidZone
Some of these features include water play and fountains, which are a great way to keep your kids cool on those hot summer days. Just be sure to bring a bathing suit or change of clothes so they can get dry!
Are there lockers to rent?
Bringing a baby can mean lugging around a lot of stuff. There are lockers available for rent at numerous locations and they’re a great way to bring that extra change of clothing without having to carry it all day.
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