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If you’re planning a Disneyland family vacation and are taking a baby with you, then I’m sure you’re wondering what rides can babies go on at Disneyland?
I’ll answer that in this post and tell you the rides babies can go on at Disney California Adventure Park.
I took my 7 month old baby and two year old twins on almost all of the attractions listed below. I’ll let you know which ones I didn’t like taking my baby on and which ones I won’t take him on till he’s older.
Little ones can go on any attraction that does not have a height requirement. On Disneyland’s website these are listed as “any height”.
Something cool about these rides is that pregnant women can also go on most of them. So if you’re pregnant and have a baby, then you and your little one can enjoy the same attractions during your Disney trip.
Remember to travel with your stroller for your baby. You’ll need to find stroller parking before going on rides, but it’s usually not too hard.
What Rides Can Babies Go On At Disneyland?
- Alice In Wonderland
- Astro Orbitor
- Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters
- Casey Jr. Circus Train
- Disneyland Monorail
- Disneyland Railroad
- Dumbo The Flying Elephant
- Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage
- Haunted Mansion
- “it’s a small world”
- Jungle Cruise
- King Arthur Carrousel
- Mad Tea Party
- Main Street Vehicles
- The Many Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh
- Mark Twain Riverboat
- Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway
- Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride
- Peter Pan’s Flight
- Pinocchio’s Daring Journey
- Pirates Of The Caribbean
- Sailing Ship Colombia
- Snow White’s Enchanted Wish
- Storybook Land Canal Boats
Babies can go on all of the above rides, but there are a few that I don’t recommend doing. Haunted Mansion and Pirates Of The Caribbean might be a little too scary for your little one. They’re both located in New Orleans Square.
Mad Tea Party has a lot of spinning, so if you go on that then I suggest not spinning the wheel in your teacup. That way it won’t spin quite as much and not super fast.
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What Rides Can Babies Go On At California Adventure?
- Golden Zephyr
- Inside Out Emotional Whirlwind
- Jessie’s Critter Carousel
- The Little Mermaid – Ariel’s Undersea Adventure (located in Paradise Gardens Park)
- Monsters, Inc. Mike & Sulley To The Rescue!
- Pixar Pal-A-Round (swinging and non-swinging)
- Red Car Trolley
- Toy Story Midway Mania
- WEB SLINGERS: A Spider-Man Adventure
I didn’t like taking my baby on Toy Story Midway Mania. I felt that it whipped us around too much, so I won’t be taking my babies on that again till they’re a little older.
I also wouldn’t do swinging on Pixar-Pal-A-Round. Opt for non-swinging as swinging can be too intense.
Tips For Bringing Babies On Rides At Disneyland
I’ll share a few of the things that helped me with my baby at Disneyland.
Tip #1 – Wear Your Baby In A Baby Carrier
I loved wearing my baby in this baby carrier while we were in line and on the rides. It was much easier to wear him than it was to hold him while waiting in line.
It also made it easier for me to get on and off the rides. I felt like it was more comforting for him too.
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Tip #2 – Bring For You Baby To Eat In Line
Eating snacks or a bottle while in line might help your baby stay happy in line and help pass the time better for both of you.
Tip #3 – Change Diapers Before Getting In Long Lines
Check the wait time for the ride you’re about to get in line for. If your baby hasn’t had a diaper super recently and the wait times are long, then change your baby’s diaper before getting in line.
You can change baby’s diaper in the Baby Care Centers. The Baby Care Center in Disneyland is at the end of Main Street next to first aid. In California Adventure it’s next to Ghiradelli Soda Fountain And Chocolate Shop in Pacific Wharf. Walt Disney World also has Baby Care Centers.
Tip #4 – Use Rider Switch
If there’s a ride you’re dying to go on that doesn’t allow babies, then remember to use the Rider Switch option. You can do this on Space Mountain, Rise Of The Resistance, Indiana Jones Adventure, and more.
Other Attractions For Babies At Disneyland Resort
If you want a break from taking your baby or kids on rides, you can try some other attractions in the theme parks.
- Enchanted Tiki Room – I’ve heard that women like to nurse their baby here because it’s dark.
- Redwood Creek Challenge Trail – Let your baby run (or crawl) around here to get some wiggles out.
- Tom Sawyer Island – There’s lots to do on this part of the theme park!
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