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Top Things to Do at Walt Disney World While Pregnant

Updated: Dec 27, 2023

Ever wonder if it's worth visiting Walt Disney World if you were pregnant? Yes of course you can't ride EVERYTHING and braving the heat may be harder than normal but that doesn't mean it won't be fun! Many couples celebrate their last few weeks together before the birth of a new baby by going on a vacation or a babymoon. With some preparations you can have a successful and fun trip celebrating this momentous occasion!

Brittany Lynch, one of the travel advisors at Coasters & Castles Travel recently returned from her babymoon. From memorable Magic Shots to food and attractions she'll walk us thru what she was still able to enjoy on her vacation.

The attractions expectant mothers can ride include anything without a height restriction but you should also consult your physician before you travel and check the signage outside of each attraction. I think one of the cutest things are the photos and memories you create. One day they'll return to these same spots and take photos. But next time their child will be with them! Those photos would be perfect for a wall collage to watch baby grow at Walt Disney World!

Of course you should take EXTRA precautions for visiting while pregnant. Make sure to bring plenty of water and drink it frequently. Pack cooling towels, fans and snacks. Wear comfortable shoes, rest often and rent a wheel chair if needed. You'll be doing lots of walking still and sometimes that can be hard on the body that is constantly adjusting to bringing a new life into the world!


We just stayed at All Star Sports for our babymoon / 6 year anniversary trip. We did four days in the park and I was able to ride most attractions without height requirements. For those that I couldn’t ride I was still able to walk through the queue. This was especially great, so I could see some of Tron.

Our first night we did a late dinner at O'hana during the fireworks. It’s one of our top table service meals on property and the perfect way to start our trip.

Our first park day was in Hollywood Studios. I was able to ride:

  • Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway

  • Toy Story Mania

  • Muppet Vision 3D.

We also did the Indiana Jones Stunt Spectacular and Fantasmic! with the Fantasmic! dining package from Hollywood and Vine. The buffet had a lot of great options.

Other attractions that should be suitable if expecting:

  • Beauty and the Beast Live on Stage

  • Disney Jr. Play and Dance

  • For the First Time in Forever: A Frozen Sing-Along Celebration

  • Green Army Drum Corps

  • Character meet and greets including Chewbacca, Edna Mode and Olaf

  • Explore and shop in Galaxy's Edge

  • Alien Swirling Saucers may be ok but I would probably choose not to!

Animal Kingdom I was able to do:

  • Festival of the Lion King

  • It’s Tough to be a Bug

  • Explored the animal trails

Satu'li Canteen is a favorite lunch spot to visit. I usually get the Smoked Chimichurri-braised Beef bowl.

Other suitable attractions:

  • Feathered Friends in Flight

  • Finding Nemo: The Big Blue....and Beyond!

  • Na'vi River Journey

  • Rafiki's Planet Watch

  • All the live entertainment thru the park

  • Character meet and greets which include Moana, Pocahontas, Rafiki and Dino Chip n' Dale

  • Watch the Flotillas

  • Triceratop Spin (another one I'd still pass on!)

At Epcot we did the following:

  • Explored all the offerings of the EPCOT Food & Wine Festival. There are festivals pretty much year round right now so no matter when you come the chances are good you'll get to check one out!

  • Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure

  • Spaceship Earth

There are so many additional activities suitable while pregnant:

  • Awesome Planet in the Land Pavilion

  • Beauty and the Beast Sing-Along

  • The American Adventure

  • Disney & Pixar Short Film Festival

  • Frozen Ever After

  • Gran Fiesta Tour Starring The Three Caballeros

  • Epcot Forever nighttime spectacular

  • Impressions de France

  • Journey into Imagination with Figment

  • Living with the Land

  • O Canada!

  • Reflections of China

  • Soarin’ (this one is questionable)

  • The Seas with Nemo & Friends

  • Turtle Talk with Crush

  • And of course exploring the World Showcase pavilions and exhibits

At Magic Kingdom I was able to ride:

  • Pirates of the Caribbean

  • Mickey’s Philharmagic

  • Enchanted Tiki room

  • Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin

  • Watch the Festival of Fantasy Parade

  • and my favorite Happily Ever After!

There is so much to do at Magic Kingdom!

  • Walt Disney World Railroad

  • Swiss Family Tree House

  • The Magic Carpets of Aladdin

  • Jungle Cruise

  • Tom Sawyers Island

  • Country Bear Jamboree

  • Hall of Presidents

  • Liberty Square Riverboat

  • Haunted Mansion

  • It’s a small world

  • Peter Pan’s Flight

  • Enchanted Tales with Belle

  • Under the Sea – Journey of the Little Mermaid

  • Prince Charming Regal Carrousel

  • The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh

  • Dumbo the Flying Elephant

  • Astro Orbiter

  • Tomorrowland Transit Authority PeopleMover

  • Walt Disney’s Carousel of Progress

  • Monsters, Inc. Laugh Floor

  • Meet your favorite characters


Brittany Lynch is a Travel Advisor with Coasters & Castles Travel.

Looking to plan a Disney vacation? Contact Brittany at blynch@travelcnc.com or follow her at Facebook Coasters & Castles Travel - Brittany Lynch or Instagram @magicalvacationsbybrittany.

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