|March 21, 2016|
Quietest Place in the Magic Kingdom
There's no question about it, Walt Disney's Magic Kingdom in Disney World is a fun place to bring kids. That's the whole reason the Walt Disney built the park. It's a fun place for the whole family.
There is a problem when the littlest one needs a fairly quiet place to take a nap. As many people may encounter, there is no real quiet place in the Magic Kingdom.
One would think the area between the railroad station in fantasyland and Space Mountain would be the perfect spot. Unfortunately, it's pretty busy because its the only legal smoking area in the Magic Kingdom. A smoking area isn't a good nap spot for kids.
The rest of the park is tough because of sounds from attractions and the crowds walking around. In addition, Disney likes to add music any place it can to liven up the mood.
Where is the perfect napping spot?
The perfect napping spot we have found is the Tomorrowland terrace. This is located between Main Street and Tomorrowland, near the Plaza Restaurant. Simply take a right after the Plaza Ice Cream Parlor and follow
During the past few visits we found the place to be empty and fairly quiet. The metal chairs do make some noise when people move them to sit down. Otherwise, the only sound you do hear is the music which we found to be quieter than the rest of the park.
We have found this to be a great location when a sudden rainstorm occurs and you need a place to stay dry for a bit. There's plenty of room for everyone. You don’t feel trap and the bathrooms are nearby.
Since this isn't a very busy area, we have found that the bathrooms at the top of the terrace are not kept up to other areas of the park. It is certainly not what I would expect from Disney, where they do very good job paying attention to details. Your nearest clean bathrooms would be next to the Plaza Restaurant .
What about the Baby Care Centers?
The Baby Center does have some quiet rooms where Moms and babies can sit and relax. The problem is that you have to take the baby out of the stroller - which isn't good if they are already napping. In addition, there's limited seating and there is a chance of other babies crying and waking up your child.
I think your best bet is to check out the Tomorrowland Terrence.
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