Heading to Sea World Orlando with your infant or toddler on vacation? Similar to the other theme parks, Sea World Orlando has a Baby Care Center. While most of the restrooms at Sea World offer changing tables, the Baby Care Center features a sitting room area, padded changing tables, a nursing room, a kitchen, and bathrooms with toddler sized toilets. The facility is located near Shamu’s Happy Harbor, which is a kid’s play area. I highlighted the Baby Care Center on the map below with a red rectangle (on the far right side). Depending on where you are in the park, it may be a long walk.
When you first enter the Baby Care Center, you walk into a nice sitting room with a few small tables with toys, rocking chairs, and a tv. This is a great place to cool your kids off on a hot day.
To the left, there’s a kitchen stocked with bottle warmers, bottle sterilizers, a sink, and a microwave.
Off of the main space, there is a changing room with four padded changing tables and a hand washing sink.
The next room is limited to nursing mothers and has a few rocking chairs.
There are also two bathrooms (one boys/one girls) with a large toilet and a toddler toilet in each.
Lastly, it’s important to note that the Baby Care Center at Sea World is not staffed. Previously, there has been a machine with diapers, wipes, and other basic baby supplies, but it was not there on my latest visit, late January 2015. (If you go and see that it has returned, please leave a comment.)