end of Main Street boasts two little known treasures worthy of
our attention here. Also included here is a list of manual flush toilets
in the park for those that prefer them.
| Baby Care Center
This little gem
is a must for parents of infants and
use the Baby Care Center, you will need to leave your stroller
outside. The center is too small to accomodate them. Once inside,
you will wait in a small lobby until a CM invites you in and
directs you to the location that will meet your child's needs.
You and your child may be accompanied by 1 other adult.
The general area
contains toys and four high chairs for feeding.
There is a small kitchen for preparing formula and food - WITH FILTERED WATER FOR PREPARING FORMULA. If you
find yourself needing some basic necessities, the Baby Care Center
offers several for sale including:
- Diaper wipes
- Diapers $1 for one - in medium (pkg of 14, $7.80) and large (pkg of 10, $7.80)
- Carnation formula
- Enfamil - Ready to feed
- Sun screen
- 5 flavors of Gerber baby food
Should you need
to nurse or bottle feed, the CMs will direct you behind a wall where several
cushioned wicker chairs where a mother and child can quietly
sit for a while. Should you need to change a wet or stinky little
one, you will be directed to the back of the center. There you
will find four cushioned changing tables with high sides and
a velcro belt. They also have two small, very low toilets
which are just the thing for potty
trained or training toddlers.
| Central First Aid
The First Aid Center is tucked away to
the left of and behind the Baby Care Center. It is staffed during
operating hours by registered nurses. Among its amenities are
a handicapped accessable restroom and examination rooms. They
also can provide aspirin, tylenol, band-aids and other items
for weary and/or ailing guests, free of charge.
| Manual Flush Toilets in the Park
While automatic flush toilets may be wonderful for keeping
restrooms clean, they can be very intimidating to children. Automatic flush toilets
rely on an electronic "eye" to determine when the toilet has been vacated and is ready
to be flushed. Many children are too short for the electronic eye to detect when they
are sitting on the toilet. This causes the toilet to flush while a child is sitting on it.
The flusher can be "fooled" by placing a hand over the electronic eye which is usually
on the wall behind the toilet.
Disneyland has manual flush toilets in some restrooms. Here
is a list of those locations:
|Do you know which restroom this is from???
|Click on the picture to find out!