Our Mother's Rooms were created specifically for traveling, nursing mothers. The rooms offers a tranquil space for mothers who are breastfeeding their children and would prefer to do so in a private setting. They feature comfortable seating along with a sink and wash area.
Terminal 1: B Concourse across from Gate B10
Terminal 2: F Concourse, Crossover Between Gates E5 and F9
Terminal 3: Rotunda, next to the Yoga Room and Urban Garden
Terminal 5: Near Gate M14
Multi-Modal Facility: 2 Locations on Level 1 - North and South Side
Unisex / Family Restrooms
Changing stations for young children are located in most restrooms throughout the terminals. Unisex family restrooms are also available in each terminal. For assistance, please ask our Public Service Representatives located at the information booths.
Family Restroom Locations:
Terminal 1 - B4 (2), B10 (2), C20(2), Baggage Claim (2)
Terminal 2 - Across from the Children's Museum (2), E5, Baggage Claim
Terminal 3 - G11, H14, H3, K1 (2), L5, Rotunda, Baggage Claim
Terminal 5 - Near Security Checkpoint, Food Court Area
Multi-Modal Facility - Lower Level (2)
Child-friendly restaurants are easy to find at O'Hare. Most restaurants provide high chairs and children's menus. If your child(ren) like to watch the airplanes, a number of cafés and restaurants offer a fantastic window of the airfield. Take a look below to see which restaurants at O'Hare offer these great views:
Restaurants where you can see airplanes landing and taking off:
Berghoff Cafe: Terminal 1 | Gate C26
Food Court seating area: Terminal 1 | Gate C26
Chili's Too: Terminal 3 | Gate G10
Restaurants where you can see airplanes on the ground:
Tuscany Restaurant: Terminal 1 | Gate B18
Goose Island Beer Company: Terminal 1 | Gate C10, Terminal 3 | Gate K4
Argo Tea: Terminal 2 | Gate E5
Wicker Park Seafood & Sushi: Terminal 2 Main Hall
Starbuck's: Terminal 2 Main Hall, Terminal 3 | Gate H1
Chicago Cubs Bar & Grill: Terminal 3 Rotunda
Macaroni Grill: Terminal 3 | Gate K2
Tips For Getting Through Security with Children
A series of tips and videos to make the security screening process easier on parents and children has been developed by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA). Take a look at their webpage to take advantage of these tips for a smooth walk through security at O'Hare.
Passenger Assistance Program
Was your flight canceled and you must spend the night at O'Hare? When requested by the airlines, the Chicago Department of Aviation (CDA) will provide cots with a pillow, blanket, and a Passenger Amenity Kit (toiletries) to help make your unplanned stay a bit more comfortable. Check with your airline to determine if the Passenger Assistance Program is available.
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