Several toilets have changing tables where you can change your baby. These locations are indicated on the park map. In several restaurants there are microwaves to warm up bottles or food.
At the Guest Service you can pick up a special flyer. It contains all the locations for baby care and useful tips for the youngest visitors.
As we want you to enjoy our attractions as much as possible, but unfortunately they are not always suitable for our youngest guests, we have a "baby change" service. This service works as follows: "Guest A" waits in the regular queue for his/her turn. In the meantime, "Guest B" waits with the child at the exit of the attraction and reports to a staff member. At this employee "Guest B" indicates to use the baby change service. As soon as it is "Guest A"'s turn, "Guest B" is allowed to enter the attraction through the exit and "Guest A" stays with the child. So "Guest B" does not have to wait in the queue.
Are you having trouble walking or are you having trouble with long queues? Ask the Guest Service for an access tape. This band gives you the right to use the disabled access scheme in Walibi with 3 guides during your visit to the park. If your physical disability is not visible, a doctor's certificate is required in order to obtain an access badge.
You are only entitled to an admission ticket if you prove that this ticket is necessary for you by showing a valid doctor's certificate (maximum 2 years old). This declaration is from an independent doctor, stating that you are not able to visit the park and/or attractions without help. Walibi asks for this declaration, because visitors with less visible disabilities (such as autism) are also covered by this regulation, and our staff cannot make the assessment themselves. During festivals or very busy days, there is a maximum limit to the use of this regulation. So there is a maximum number of attractions where you can use the attraction via the exit.