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The 7 Best Travel High Chairs for Families on the Go

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Travel high chairs provide your baby with their own space to eat solid foods while you're on the go. The best travel high chairs are easy to set up, equipped with many safety features, and, above all, portable.

From booster seats to clip-on to floor chairs, travel high chairs come in a variety of styles. Regardless of the style, you'll want to look closely at its durability, weight capacity, and how easy it is to clean. Many portable high chairs can be wiped down with a damp cloth or will have removable pieces that you can throw in the dishwasher or washing machine once you're home. We researched the top options from trusted brands with these features in mind. A board-certified pediatrician on our Review Board also reviewed this article for medical accuracy and integrity surrounding travel high chairs, safety features, and size limitations.

Here are the best travel high chairs on the market.

  • What to Look For
  • Why Trust Verywell Family?

Best Overall

Summer infant deluxe comfort folding booster.

Dishwasher-safe removable tray

Removable machine washable cover 

Portable design

Not safe for use until baby is 6 months old

We love this booster because it's affordable, durable, and easy to clean. Crafted with BPA-free materials in three adorable designs, this chair has two height levels and two separate straps that secure it safely to a standard chair. It also has a 3-point harness to buckle your baby in and keep them secure. It's safe to use for babies 6 months and up and has a 33-pound weight limit.

Other features include a removable tray and fabric seat cover. The tray can be used for eating or removed so your baby can scoot right up to the table. It has three different position options and is dishwasher-safe for easy cleaning.

Meanwhile, the seat cover provides some soft support against your baby's back. It can be removed and tossed in the washing machine when it needs to be cleaned. The bottom of the seat is made of durable plastic which can simply be wiped down if dirtied.

Finally, this seat folds down neatly for easy carrying, transport, and storage.

Key Specs: Product Weight: 0.82 pounds | Type: Booster | Weight Limit: 33 pounds

Best Budget

Nuby easy go booster seat.

Super lightweight

Has storage space

Folding design for easy transport

No food tray

Needs to be wiped clean

This seat is super lightweight and folds down compactly so it is perfect for travel. It features two straps to safely secure it to a chair as well as a removable pad for extra comfort and height.

There is a storage pocket on the back of the seat that can hold utensils or a small toy, and the seat is equipped with a strong three-point harness for extra safety. While it does not include a tray, this seat can accommodate toddlers weighing up to 50 pounds.

Key Specs: Product Weight: 1.83 pounds | Type: Booster | Weight Limit: 50 pounds

My Little Seat Travel Highchair

  • Machine washable

Securely attaches to the chair it’s sitting on

Does not provide extra height

It doesn’t get much simpler than this travel seat, which slides over the back of a chair and ties on for a secure attachment. Once the seat is secure, you just slip the baby through the five-point harness and let them sit directly onto the chair.

It’s made for babies and kids weighing up to 35 pounds and can be tossed into the washing machine whenever it gets dirty. When it’s not in use, this seat folds down to the size of a diaper and tucks away into a small bag, making it super portable. 

Key Specs: Product Weight: 0.7 pounds | Type: Booster | Weight Limit: 35 pounds

Best Clip-On

Inglesina fast table hook-on high chair.

Compact design is great for travel

Features storage pocket on the back

Might not be ideal for babies/toddlers with thicker thighs

  • Hand wash only

This lightweight seat uses adjustable, non-slip clamps to firmly attach to tables between 0.8 and 3.3 inches thick. When it’s not in use, it folds down compactly into the small carrying case that it comes with.

It features a storage pocket on the back of the chair that’s just the right size for utensils and small toys, and it has a high-back design to offer full support to smaller babies. The chair can also be combined with a removable tray (sold separately).

Key Specs: Product Weight: 4.2 pounds | Type: Clip On | Weight Limit: 37 pounds

Best Pop-Up

Summer pop ‘n sit portable highchair.

Easy set-up/tear-down 

Includes dishwasher-safe tray

Harness can be difficult to buckle/unbuckle

Available in several fun colors, this chair can be set up as a floor seat. It features a removable tray that is dishwasher safe and comes with a storage backpack for easy transport. The company also sells a nearly identical booster seat with a strap that will attach it to a standard chair.

Kids between 6 months and 4 years old (or up to 45 pounds) can safely use this floor seat, which is equipped with a three-point harness. When it’s not in use, simply fold the seat up like a camping chair and then pop it back up the next time you need it.

Key Specs: Weight: 5 pounds | Type: Floor | Weight Limit: 45 pounds

Best Traditional

Lalo the chair.

Removable cover is washing machine safe

Great longevity

Converts into play chair

On the pricier side

Does not include transport bag

If you want the option of traveling with a traditional high chair, this 10-pound option is perfect. It breaks down into several pieces (depending on the model you choose) so that it can be easily transported wherever you go. The high chair includes a removable tray that is dishwasher safe, comes with a removable pad, and has the option to convert into a play chair.

It’s equipped with a five-point harness and is safe for babies 4 months old (if they are sitting independently ) up to 3 years old, while the play chair is made for kids at least 1 year old and weighing up to 200 pounds.

Key Specs: Weight: 10 pounds | Type: Floor | Weight Limit: Up to 4 years old (Play chair weight limit is 200 pounds)

Best 2-in-1

Chicco pocket snack booster seat.

50-pound weight limit

Compact and easy to transport

Tray is not dishwasher safe

This chair attaches to a standard dining chair and features three height options to help your little one reach the table. It includes a removable tray with three position options and a three-point harness for safety.

When it’s not in use, this seat folds down compactly and features a carrying strap for easy transport. It’s designed for babies 6 months old who can sit unassisted, to kids up to 3 years old or under 50 pounds (whichever comes first).

Key Specs: Weight: 5.75 pounds | Type: Booster | Weight Limit: 50 pounds

Final Verdict

The Summer Deluxe Comfort Folding Booster ( view at Amazon ) ranks top on our list because of its versatility and overall portable design. Cleanup is easy with the removable tray and cover, and it can hold toddlers up to 33 pounds, meaning it offers a few years of use. 

What to Look for in a Travel High Chair

Set-up options.

There are various types of travel high chairs which can be set up in different ways. The one that is best for you depends a lot on how you plan to use it.

Typically, booster high chairs will sit on top of a standard chair and attach to its back with a clip or strap of some kind. Keep in mind that boosters should always be securely attached to a sturdy chair in order to be used safely. Also, be mindful of your child's age and development before transitioning to a booster chair . Most babies are booster chair-ready by 18 months old while older toddlers are typically too big for them.

The booster may come with a tray that can slide on and off of the front of the seat, much like a standard high chair, or it may be designed for you to push the chair right up to the table without needing a tray at all. These types of chairs are usually pretty bulky, so they aren’t great for restaurants but work well for visits to friends or family members’ homes. 

Clip-On Chair

Sometimes called “lobster chairs,” these chairs are usually super compact and attach to tabletops using clamps that can be adjusted to fit most tables. The clamps are what support the seat, and this type of chair is ideal for restaurants, counters, or high-top tables (as well as air travel) because it’s compact.

However, many of these kinds of seats are designed for babies, so they aren’t good for families with toddlers. 

Floor Chair

Instead of pushing up to a table, this type of chair comes with a tray and sits right on the floor. They can be small or closer to the size of a standard high chair but easily break down for travel. Since there are multiple variations of floor chairs, there are a lot of different uses for them. They’re especially good for outdoors where there may not be a standard table and/or chair to attach a travel seat to. 

Safety is the most important thing to keep in mind when shopping for a travel high chair. If it’s a booster, you’ll want to make sure it has a strap that will securely attach it to the chair it’s sitting on and that it has a level bottom that will stay put even if your child is wiggling. For clip-on chairs, make sure the clamps are high quality and will not loosen as your child moves around.

Also, make sure the seat’s fabric is strong and secure since it will be supporting your child’s weight. Different high chairs have different weight and age parameters so ensure your baby meets these and is showing signs of readiness for a high chair before buying.

Finally, regardless of the type of high chair you get, it should have some kind of harness to keep your kid in the seat. Children shouldn’t be able to crawl or wiggle out of the chair due to the potential risk of injury. It’s also important to note that parents should never leave their babies unattended or let them sleep in any high chair. 

Portability

The whole point of getting a travel high chair is that you can easily transport it. Depending on how you plan to use the chair, you may want it to fold down compactly for easy storage or travel. No matter what style you get, though, you will want to be sure that it is light enough to carry (most likely when you’re also carrying a baby and a diaper bag).

Frequently Asked Questions

There's no specific age when your kid should stop using a high chair. Instead, it depends on whether or not they're steady and strong enough to support themselves sitting through an entire (or most of) a meal. That said, generally, children use a high chair until anywhere from between 18 months to three years old.

So, your kid is finally ready to graduate from the high chair. Congrats! You can now move them to a booster seat, which secures to the top of a normal-sized chair and belts them in to enable them to reach the table comfortably and safely.

Ideally, your child's high chair should have a foot rest. This is because it gives them better support and stability while they're eating. (Bonus: This can also help develop their sense of balance.)

When it comes to our little ones, safety is rule #1. By buckling them into their high chair, you can help ensure they don't slip or fall out of it and end up hurting themselves. So, always be sure they're snapped in snugly, but not too tight—you should be able to fit two fingers in between their body and the belt, no more, no less.

Why Trust Verywell Family

Ashley Ziegler is a full-time parenting writer and mom to a 2-year-old and a 4-year-old. She has personal experience in researching and purchasing a variety of children’s products, and key considerations she used when selecting these recommendations include materials, design, and user reviews.

The 11 Best Travel High Chairs If Your Take Your Kid Out for Meals Often

The portability will make feeding baby — sometimes a fraught endeavor to begin with — a bit easier.

carrying a travel high chair, toddler sitting in chicco quickseat hook on chair

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If you've never bought one before, you're probably overwhelmed by all of the options and don't know how to determine which travel high chair is best for you — but don't worry, we have you covered. They're a great thing to add to your registry because of their more affordable price point, and they make a great gift for new parents if you're shopping.

The Best Travel High Chairs

  • Best Overall: Cozy Seat Cover
  • Best Budget Soft Seat: Nuby Travel Seat
  • Easiest to Set Up: Chicco Travel Seat
  • Great Silicone Placemat: PandaEar Travel Seat
  • Most Stable for Baby: Ingenuity 2-in-1

What to Consider

Buying a travel high chair isn't a huge task, but there are a few things that you should look at when you're considering buying one. First and foremost, take into account portability , how easy it is to clean, and cost.

You want a travel high chair that's lightweight, easy to fold, and easy to stow away. If it doesn't travel well, is it even a travel high chair? We don't think so. Some come with a carrying bag, some have a strap for easy travel, and some fold up tight for small spaces.

Cleanability

Cleaning fabric on high chairs can be a pain. Is it machine-washable ? Thankfully, most travel high chairs are a cinch to clean. The more parts involved, obviously, the trickier cleaning it is, so keep that in mind if you're going to be using it a lot.

You could go with a classic high chair that attaches directly to a table, with arms that serve as cantilevers to hold the baby up safely. You can also opt for booster-style seats that strap onto a regular chair at a restaurant or someone's home.

Another option is pop-out foldable boosters, which are suited best for older children who don't need as much lift to get to the table. Rounding out the list are travel high chairs that are compact versions of the real deal. These are generally made with rugged nylon and aluminum posts and conveniently fold up like an umbrella.

How We Chose

We chose these high chairs based on extensive testing and real-parent reviews. We compared prices, materials, and overall quality to determine usefulness, durability, and value. We put them through their paces with several young and messy humans, and these are the best. Check out these picks if you're shopping for travel high chairs.

Cozy Cover The Original Easy Seat Portable High Chair

The Original Easy Seat Portable High Chair

Have a washing machine? Have a baby over six months or a toddler up to 35 pounds who wiggles a ton? Like to eat out and need a place to keep them contained? Meet the Cozy Cover Easy Seat.

It has a five-point removable harness for babies and a three-point strap for toddlers, and it just slides over a chair, secures at the bottom, and then you're off to the races. It comes with its own cover that is machine-washable (which is the biggest benefit that parents love about it), but they also remark on how durable it is. This chair can really take some abuse.

The only downside is that it doesn't work on all seats. Our tester noted that low backs on chairs or chairs of odd shapes don't work as well.

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Nuby Easy Go Safety Lightweight Travel High Chair Booster Seat

Easy Go Safety Lightweight Travel High Chair Booster Seat

This is a toddler seat designed for kids from nine months to 55 pounds. It can be secured to most chairs, but it doesn't fold as compactly as a slip model. That's not to say it's not compact —you can easily fit this in a standard Skip Hop diaper bag — but it's just a little bit bulkier.

Another great little option is that the high-density foam seat can be removed for comfort. It features a wipe-clean oil and water-resistant fabric, and a three-point harness. It’s a great travel high chair and it’s nice to have “just in case” in your trunk or under your stroller.

Even when we repeatedly used Lysol wipes on this chair while testing it out, the slick finish of the seat remained strong and unwarped. Lysol wipes can deteriorate finishes — and they didn't on this one.

PandaEar Portable Baby Seat Travel High Chair

Portable Baby Seat Travel High Chair

This product came as a personal recommendation from a few parents. It's a great option because it folds up tiny when you're not using it.

The chair itself is made of typical camp chair material that's easy to clean off. The tray has this wonderful silicone placemat that fits inside that you throw in your dishwasher. You could even throw the entire thing on the porch and hose it down with some dish soap.

Chicco Pocket Snack Booster Seat Travel High Chair

Pocket Snack Booster Seat Travel High Chair

You can be on the go or just in your dining room with this Pocket snack booster seat from Chicco. It folds completely flat, and it has a carrying strap. So no matter where you are or where you're going, you'll have a place for your baby.

Chicco made this utterly washable, multi-height position chair with a removable tray so that it works as a booster as well. Suitable for babies from when they can sit up unassisted to 50 pounds. And the easy 3-point harness? It takes a ton of effort to get it gunked up. (Our testers said not even grits could take it down!

Chicco QuickSeat Hook-On Travel High Chair

QuickSeat Hook-On Travel High Chair

Chicco is good at making it easy for parents to remove their product covers for washing — and the Quick Seat is no different. With the unsnapping of just a few snaps, it's off and ready for the machine in a jiff.

It's suitable for babies from six months or up to 37 pounds, and the generously sized tray is also super easy to clean.

But that's not even the best part. Most claw-style chairs use some sort of twist or crank to attach them to the table. Not the Chicco — it does it with just a pull of a cinch in the back, making it the easiest travel high chair to set up by a mile.

And that's the biggest reason people love this chair: There's no guesswork. Users note they can hold the baby in one hand and easily get the seat attached using their other hand and their hip. (Your hip becomes a third hand when you're parenting a baby, it's true.)

Ingenuity Baby Base 2-in-1 Booster Feeding and Floor Travel High Chair

Baby Base 2-in-1 Booster Feeding and Floor Travel High Chair

You get a lot of mileage out of this travel high chair that also happens to double as a baby floor seat . It's a soft seat molded to help keep the baby in a comfortable seated position with a removable dining tray and straps to affix it to the seat at a restaurant or home.

It has a luxe feel and keeps babies from wiggling around so much while they eat. It's sort of like a hug around the lower torso and legs, rooting them into the seat. Think of any assisted-sitting chair, and this is a little like that, but not quite as high-backed.

It's easy to clean thanks to the non-porous surface, and though it would be better if it were easier to carry around, it's overall a great product.

Phil & Teds Lobster Clip-On Travel High Chair

Lobster Clip-On Travel High Chair

More than a few parents use this narrow travel high chair as their everyday high chair. It's suitable for use from six months or up to 37 pounds, and because it takes up such little room, it can be a great option for smaller spaces.

The chair itself is extremely durable. The cover is machine-washable and the tray is dishwasher-safe. The only drawback of this chair is that it doesn't work with round tables or glass.

Parents love how small it is, fitting well in tight kitchens. They also love how easy it is to attach, noting that the clasps are simple and durable.

Baby Delight Go with Me Venture Travel High Chair

Go with Me Venture Travel High Chair

Your child can start using this chair starting at 3 months of age, and they can use it virtually until second or third grade or until they reach 75 pounds. It’s not just a high chair or camp chair with a canopy — it’s also a beach chair for kids .

It has a five-point harness, removable tray, and cup holder, but the sneaky part is that the whole top piece and footrest come off to make it into a shaded chair for your kids.

Even better, the entire thing fits into a sling bag, and the extremely durable polyester can be hosed or wiped off easily.

Wiggly-butt babies have something to push against with the footrest, and you can rest easy knowing it’s safe and stable because they’re so close to the ground.

Summer Infant Pop ‘n Sit Portable Travel High Chair

 Pop ‘n Sit Portable Travel High Chair

We get that a camp-style chair just doesn't cut it sometimes — so if you're on the hunt for one with a hard tray, this is the one for you.

It's good for babies six months or up to 35 pounds, and the fabric is removable and machine-washable.

It all folds up into a carrying case just slightly larger than an umbrella, save the tray. This chair has a fun zippered pocket on the side to hold whatever you want like plastic cutlery and wipes.

Parents love how much legroom this model has. It's good for chunky baby thighs or bulky sweatsuits. Plus, pretty much everyone loves the cheerful fabric and the grippy bottoms of the feet for stability.

Fisher-Price Healthy Care Deluxe Washable Booster Seat Travel High Chair

Healthy Care Deluxe Washable Booster Seat Travel High Chair

If you are a major fan of Lysol or Clorox wipes , this is the travel high chair for you.

It's not as compact as some of the others, though it does fold up. But the whole thing can be wiped down easily. The straps are even easy to clean. Plus, it stays clean, thanks to having such few spaces for food to get trapped in.

And it is meant for the long haul. Two different tray options click together for storage: One is plain and flat and the other is portioned out. It goes from a high back travel high chair and also transforms into a booster, giving it a second life. It can be used for babies from six months old until they no longer need it.

Ciao! Baby Camping Travel High Chair

Camping Travel High Chair

If you go camping, spend a lot of time outside, or just want an ultra-light, collapsible high chair that doesn't need a table and chairs, this is our favorite .

This chair has a five-point harness, so it can be used for babies as soon as they can sit up on their own. It's made of a vinyl-coated canvas, which means it can easily be sprayed off with a hose, wiped clean with a cloth, or sprayed down with your favorite cleaning spray. It also has a cup holder for babies, which may not completely prevent them from flinging their bottle, but it may help. It collapses into a small bag and only weighs about eight pounds.

Users note that this is the perfect choice for the beach, the woods, or the backyard, thanks to the fabric's ease of cleanup and durability. It's an outdoor fabric, and it can take a beating.

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9 best baby high chairs, according to experts and parents

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Some parents want to plunk their baby down in a reclining high chair as soon as the infant can hold their own bottle. Others would rather wait until baby foods are introduced, then get a chair with an easy-to-clean tray that helps them serve homemade purees or begin baby-led weaning. For still others, gathering around the table is important, and they want a high chair that pulls up close to the family. And pretty much everyone these days wants a high chair that will be useful for more than a few months to save money and help the environment. There's a premium put on products that transform to last for years.

The Good Housekeeping Institute staff has evaluated nearly two dozen high chairs in the last two years . In the Lab, we test high chairs to determine how easy it is to do a number of important things: assemble the chair, secure the child, adjust the harness, set the height and tilt of the chair, remove the tray and clean everything. We also looked at how easy high chairs are to move around the kitchen and store. Bonus points were given for high chairs that are good from infancy or that stretch into the preschool years. Finally, in nearly every case, we had families keep and use a high chair at home and tell us about their experience.

Our top picks:

EveryStep 7 in 1 High Chair

Best Overall High Chair

Graco everystep 7 in 1 high chair.

Antilop High Chair

Best Value High Chair

Ikea antilop high chair.

Siesta High Chair

Best High Chair for Use from Birth

Peg perego siesta high chair.

Tripp Trapp

Best Wooden High Chair

Stokke tripp trapp.

The Chair

Best Minimalist High Chair

Fast Table Chair

Best Travel High Chair

Inglesina fast table chair.

Minla 6-in-1 High Chair

Most Adjustable High Chair

Maxi-cosi minla 6-in-1 high chair.

3-in-1 Grow & Go High Chair

Best High Chair For a Big Baby

Safety 1st 3-in-1 grow & go high chair.

Nuna ZAAZ High Chair

Best High Chair For Small Spaces

Pottery barn nuna zaaz high chair.

SpaceSaver High Chair

  • Fisher-Price SpaceSaver High Chair

Whether you're looking for a high chair for your kitchen or for Grandma's house, we're confident that you'll find a good one here. After our guide, read more about why it's important to buy a new chair, see our tips for what to think about when shopping for a baby's high chair and read more about how we test high chairs.

For a really reasonable price, the Graco EveryStep offers functionality for years by morphing from a baby's first high chair to a booster seat to a preschool step stool . "This seems like it will keep solving problems and saving me from needing other things," one tester noted, echoing a sentiment a lot of families have.

It starts as an infant seat with three reclining positions, so you can lay a young baby in it with their bottle. Then it becomes a traditional, upright baby high chair with seven adjustable heights. Wheels on the front help you position it around the kitchen. The tray-within-a-tray feature means the top tray can go in the dishwasher and you still have the bottom tray if needed. Note that the main tray is a little awkward to remove and put back on. In toddlerhood, the seat and the base can separate, so the seat can become a booster that sits on top of a regular dining chair. (A clip-on booster does not work on every kind of adult kitchen chair; check the manufacturer's photos to see if it will work on yours.) The base becomes either a youth seat or a step stool for a big kid. This is extra handy when Kid #1 enters the "I do it" phase of wanting to help in the kitchen and Kid #2 is starting solids and can sit in the clip-on booster — this one product will serve them both.

Testers found the different configurations easy to use but said that the high chair has a large footprint, about ‎30 x 24 inches. If you'll be keeping it around for some years, note the space needed in your kitchen. Also, any high chair with comfortable padding like this one takes longer to clean; food crumbs get in the crevice where the cushion meets the plastic seat. Many reviewers say you have to take the padding off to clean it thoroughly, but the good news is that it's machine-washable.

A final note: This Graco high chair does not come ready to go out of the box. Part of the low price is that you will spend 20 minutes or so assembling the high chair, which comes in many pieces. But once it's ready, you're set for years! The similar Blossom Convertible High Chair does not turn into a stepstool but does turn into a youth seat and clip-on booster, and costs about the same.

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If you're looking for a cheap high chair that works great, you can't beat the price of IKEA's Antilop . With zero padding, the whole thing wipes clean without much effort, and it's incredibly light to carry around. But the price also means it has no frills: In addition to not having any sort of cushion, there's no footrest and it doesn't fold (though you can take the legs off to store it). Also, the height doesn't adjust.

The Antilop only has a three-point safety buckle at the waist and not a five-point harness, so it's safest for kids who don't try to climb out of it. Always keep an eye on your child in this. (The lack of a footrest, though not great from a comfort perspective, does prevent a toddler from pushing down with their feet to try to lift themselves out.) There is a safety bar at the crotch to prevent a baby from slipping down.

Our minimalista tester was happy to use this during the early starting-solids phase. It's a snap to piece together and doesn't overwhelm the kitchen. This does its job!

We found this chair to be easy to set up out of the box and a breeze to push around, even in a tight space, thanks to the four wheels. The wheels can be locked and unlocked using a foot pedal. The chair can be adjusted to nine different heights (including very low settings) and fully reclines flat, making it a perch you can use for infant bottle-feeding long before it becomes a place where you are serving finger foods. There are even three positions for the footrest, a point of comfort that is sometimes excluded from less-expensive high chair models.

There's both a five-point safety harness and a large restraint bar at the crotch that prevents your baby from sliding down, making this among the safest high chairs we tested. It's convenient, too, with a handy back pocket for bib storage and a dishwasher-safe tray that can be folded up with the chair, which stores very compactly.

Once again, any high chair with comfortable padding such as this one will take a bit longer to clean, and this pad can be wiped down but is not machine-washable. Also, there's no conversion option with this chair. While you can use it from birth, you likely won't use it past toddlerhood.

This is a classic Scandinavian beauty, and the Stokke Tripp Trapp, first designed in 1972, still blends with modern adult décor. It's ergonomic and long-lasting, able to go all the way from a baby's high chair to a teen's desk chair . One of our Good Housekeeping writers attests to sitting in this herself if all the other dining room chairs are taken. It can hold up to 242 pounds!

The Tripp Trapp comes in many color options including natural oak, mint, blue, pink and red. The sleek, polished-wood design is very easy to wipe clean. As your child grows, you can adjust the seat and footrest up or down to keep them comfortable.

The seat's various attachments are often sold separately. We like this buy because it comes with the removable five-point baby harness and baby leg restraints for optimal safety at mealtime. It's meant to be pulled right up to the family table, or you can buy a Stokke tray so it can stand alone.

One consumer tester noted that, over time, the footrest got loose in its pegs and sometimes crashed to the ground. Also, there's no folding this high chair and hiding it out of the way, nor is it on wheels. But it is a lovely, lasting piece of wooden furniture.

"I've seen that on Instagram!" is a common reaction to a Lalo sighting in real life. It's a simple, charming baby high chair that's essentially a plastic bucket seat on four wooden legs. Add the cushion and the tray, and you're ready to go.

That modern simplicity has spawned a lot of imitators but Lalo, which sells direct to consumers, stays ahead with cute colors (including pink, green, white, and black in addition to this blue) and a slew of equally easy-modern accessories , from a Splat Mat to a full dish set . It's a high chair but also a lifestyle brand. "It looks nice in my kitchen and has a great aesthetic," said Stefani Sassos , Director of the Good Housekeeping Institute Nutrition Lab, who uses this at her mom's house for her 1-year-old.

As cute as it is, there are not a lot of functions to this high chair. We appreciate that it doesn't waste much space, but there's no way to adjust the height, lean the chair back or fold it up for storage. "The curve of the seat is comfortable for a baby," Sassos noted, but it's not especially luxe. And testers tell us that, even though the footprint is pretty standard, they tend to trip over the wooden legs as they pass by in the kitchen.

For cleaning, the tray easily fits into your dishwasher, and the cushion can be thrown in the laundry on cold. It's a smart idea to buy an extra cushion so one can always be up to bat. The five-point harness and crotch bar provide safety, so be sure to strap your child in every time.Finally, a big selling point is that you can purchase Play Legs and turn this into the cutest living room chair for your preschooler when they outgrow the high chair. Go big and buy the Play Table too and you'll have a whole play space set up. We love a high chair that can be upcycled!

The Inglesina Fast Table Chair is a game-changer when it comes to traveling — it clips onto most tables (so long as they don't have an apron or lip) so you can bring it to restaurants, Airbnbs or a friend's house . And it comes with a convenient carrying case. "If you're at all iffy about germs when you take your baby out, this is for you," one tester said. Our Good Housekeeping Executive Technical Director, Rachel Rothman , said "I used this with all three of my kids and found it super easy to pack away into its carry case, which you can keep under your stroller or in your car's backseat so you're always ready for a lunch or a playdate snack."

At home, you can use this as your everyday high chair. It was designed with Montessori principles in mind; your baby can join the rest of the family at the table and learn to eat food off of that surface. You could also buy the Fast Dining Tray for an extra $34 and have that rest on your table so that finger foods are somewhat contained. Whatever you chose, your baby will have a closer view of how everyone else eats and can listen more closely to the dinner conversation, picking up vocabulary. It comes in a wide range of colors and has a back pocket for bib storage.

Crumbs do slide under the clips, so you should remove the chair from the table for cleaning. There's only a three-point harness for safety — no shoulder straps, unfortunately — so keep an eye on any active toddler who is in this. The product is for use for up to 36 months of age.

This unassuming high chair can do pretty much everything. It is far more adjustable than most baby seats : You can position your baby at any of nine different heights and five different reclines, so this works for a newborn or a sleeping toddler. You can even adjust the tray to any of four positions, closer or further from your kid. It folds up compactly for storage — at least in theory. We had to look up a video of the high chair in action to understand that you must move the seat to a low position before you can fold the high chair.

Looks-wise, the metal legs are printed to resemble wood to a nice effect. There are two cushions that can be removed and machine-washed, and the tray on top of the tray fits into a dishwasher for cleaning. In testing, we really appreciated the four wheels that make this high chair easy to move around a kitchen.

There's a five-point harness for maximum safety and a substantial stopper between baby's legs so they can't slip down. Finally, this seat does grow with your kid. It becomes a clip-on booster seat able to sit on an adult kitchen chair. You can also set it to be a youth seat, first using the high chair seat and later swapping that out for a strapless, backless seat that could be used as a preschooler's desk chair, though the frame adds some bulk.

Safety 1st 3-in-1 Grow & Go High Chair

This high chair has a nice amount of customization for its low price: It works as an infant recliner with three different angles of recline, a toddler high chair with six different height positions and an adjustable footrest, plus it turns into a child seat. It also wheels away when you don't need it and folds up for storage. In addition, it has a five-point harness for safety.

Testers loved how easy-to-clean the cushion was — all it needs is a wipe-down after meals. It's not an especially attractive high chair given that it is entirely plastic and fairly bulky. But with its 60-pound weight limit, this can easily hold a big and messy toddler who needs their own mealtime space that can be cleaned up in a jiffy. Pasta party!

Rugged and durable, the small Nuna Zaaz is also among the most robust high chairs , able to hold over 200 pounds when you use it as a regular seat after the baby years. The chair itself, which has steel in it, is a sturdy 23 pounds, so it's not easy to move around but it's definitely easy to keep in place with few worries about tipping.

The unique foam seat wipes clean. We like this for small spaces because the legs are low and close together, giving it a smaller footprint. The overall high chair is wider when you add the tray. Its five-point harness has magnets in the buckle to help it snap together.

The seat can slide up and down to adjust the height, though it's a little awkward to do and is likely something you'll change only as your child hits new milestones, such as losing the tray and moving up to eat at the table. When your kid gets big the footrest can be removed, too.

When space is at a premium, you can strap this right onto a kitchen chair and not lose any floor space. It's a high chair design that's been around for more than a decade, popular with apartment-dwellers and the less-is-more crowd that seeks simplicity.

The SpaceSaver has a recline option, but in our testing, we felt it doesn't work well with all kitchen chairs, so it's tough to depend on it. There's a tray-within-a-tray feature for easy cleanup, and the cushion is machine-washable. It has all the standard safety features we look for including a five-point harness and restraint bar. Just be sure to have this securely attached to an adult chair so it doesn't tip.

A clip-on chair like this is not height adjustable, but the tray and cushion do come off to make this a booster seat for your preschooler, prolonging its usefulness. Since it holds up to 50 pounds , you should be able to use it as a booster up until kindergarten. It also weighs less than 8 pounds, so if you want to throw it in the trunk on a road trip, it can easily come along.

Why buying a new high chair is best

a tester demonstrates a five point harness on a baby high chair

Starting in mid-2019, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) implemented updated safety standards for high chairs . Before the switch, high chair injuries were responsible for more than 18,000 emergency-room visits, mostly caused when a child tried to climb in or out of a high chair; when the chair tipped over as a child pushed or rocked backwards; or when parts of the high chair (like the restraint) failed to work properly.

Now, all chairs are required to have a passive crotch restraint and a three-point restraint system that goes around a child's waist. If you can find a five-point restraint that also goes over the shoulders as shown in our photo, even better.

In addition, new chairs are harder than vintage ones to tip over, so think carefully before asking for an heirloom or hand-me-down. If you must grab one through a Buy Nothing site or elsewhere, be sure the high chair was made in the past three years.

As with all baby gear, when you buy new it's best to register it with the manufacturer so you can be notified of any recalls; you can also sign up for general baby-related recalls at the CPSC website .

How we test high chairs

lalo high chair in the good housekeeping test kitchen

We evaluated the following when we looked at baby high chairs:

✔️ Assembly: We clocked how many minutes it took to get the high chair set up for a 6-month-old baby to use.

✔️ Folding/unfolding: We rated, on a scale of 1 to 5, how easy a high chair was to fold and store, as well as how easy it was to move around our test kitchen. Some high chair options are not meant to be stored away at all; others not only fold, but they also have wheels that make them easy to move.

✔️ Ease of securing the child: We snapped a weighted baby doll into and out of the high chairs in our Lab, and took user feedback into account here. Five-point harnesses that go over a baby's shoulders take a little more time to use but are the safest way to secure a child in a high chair. All of the chairs that made our list also have a "passive restraint bar" which is a bar at the baby's crotch to keep them from slipping down.

✔️ Adjustability of the harness: We took points off for high chairs that have a harness that is hard to rethread when a child grows taller.

✔️ Height and recline: Not all high chairs have adjustable heights or a recline feature, but we gave points to chairs that did. We tested the height adjustment and recline on each chair that had them.

✔️ Ease of using the tray: Some high-chair trays can be removed with one hand, but most require an adult to pinch both sides and lift. We gave points to high chairs with easy-to-remove trays and made sure that if there was a tray-within-a-tray feature, the top tray fit in a dishwasher.

✔️ Cleaning: While we could rate how long it took to wipe down a chair in our Lab, we also leaned on user reviews for this. There is almost no reproducing the mess an actual toddler can make when they grab a high-chair harness with sticky fingers, then crumble a cracker into their lap. The easiest high chairs to clean are the ones with no padding. But those did not rate as highly in our next category.

✔️ Comfort: We gave points to chairs with cushions that can be used to keep an infant or older baby sitting comfortably for longer. But we do acknowledge that those do take extra cleaning.

✔️ Convertibility: Finally, we gave points to chairs that convert for use from infancy through the preschool years or even beyond. We like products that last for years!

What to consider when shopping for a high chair

a tester reclines a baby high chair

Here are our tips on what to consider when you're shopping for a baby's high chair:

✔️ Decide if you will use the seat in infancy. Your young baby is safe and contained when strapped into a reclined high chair seat with their bottle while you cook, clean or otherwise work in the kitchen. It can be a lot less stressful to have your baby up high, rather than in a bouncer seat on the floor where it is harder for you to see them. If you'd like to use a high chair during your baby's first 6 months, you'll want a full-size chair that can recline (as shown in our photo). On the downside, these usually have a large footprint. But the plus is that they have comfortable cushioning.

✔️ If you'll only use the high chair when your baby starts solids, there are more options. If you start using a high chair at about the 6-month mark, when your baby begins eating baby foods and finger foods, you can use one of the more modern high chairs. Some are clip-on chairs that sit right on an adult kitchen chair or attach to the kitchen table. These simple chairs often take up less space. Some have less cushioning, and you just wipe them down after a meal.

✔️ Decide if you want a chair that grows with your kid. Just as there are baby cribs that turn into toddler beds and then bed frames, there are high chairs that become toddler seats, youth chairs or even step stools. Some require separate conversion kits, but many do not.

✔️ Price is also a factor. The good news is that there are safe, useful high chairs at every price. If you have a budget, you'll likely be able to stick to it without much compromise.

How to clean high chairs

a tester demonstrates a tray within a tray on a baby's high chair

We asked Carolyn Forté , executive director of our Home Care & Cleaning Lab, for some advice:

✔️ Take special care with the tray. "The tray comes in contact with food, so I would only use a cleaner that says on the label that it's safe for food-contact surfaces," Forté says. (This one from Seventh Generation fits the bill.) "Even with one of those, for a baby, I would probably still rinse the tray after I cleaned it since they pick up food and put it directly in their mouths."

We like high chairs that have a tray-within-a-tray feature (shown in this photo) because the top tray can pop into the dishwasher. We have read comments from parents, though, that say some older children figure out how to take that top tray off — for flinging to the floor, not for cleaning.

✔️ Some cushioning is machine-washable. Read the instruction manual to be sure. Most high chair padding should be washed in cold water and allowed to air-dry.

✔️ When needed — once a day or once every few days — wipe down the legs, straps and the hard plastic seat. "I think it's fine to clean the seat and legs with any cleaning wipe or product, but for safety, also rinse it afterward," Forté says. "If you are using a product that disinfects, after letting it sit for the required time to kill germs, I would rinse and dry it, too. "

Note that many high chair manuals ask that you do not use straight bleach on their products. A solution of water and dishwashing liquid, on a clean sponge or paper towel, is a better bet.

Why trust Good Housekeeping?

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The Good Housekeeping Institute has been staffed with scientists, engineers and journalists for more than 100 years. Making solid product recommendations is in our brand's DNA.

Chief Technologist Rachel Rothman led the testing for this story. She's directed parenting-product coverage during all of her 15+ years with the Good Housekeeping Institute and is now the mother to three children age 6 and younger. Read her recent recommendations for double strollers and car seats .

Senior Parenting Editor Marisa LaScala added tried-and-tested high chair picks to this story. She's collected 50 Best Baby Shower Gifts for New Parents and 30 Fun Activities for 1-Year-Olds to Get Them Learning and Moving and is mom to a 7-year-old.

Contributing Writer Jessica Hartshorn worked on the 2023 edition of this roundup and continues to test baby high chairs as they hit the market. She previously worked at Parents magazine and also helped update the Top Baby Registry Items of 2023 . Her two kids are now ages 17 and 20 and no longer smash blueberries into the floor.

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Marisa (she/her) has covered all things parenting, from the postpartum period through the empty nest, for Good Housekeeping since 2018; she previously wrote about parents and families at Parents and Working Mother . She lives with her husband and daughter in Brooklyn, where she can be found dominating the audio round at her local bar trivia night or tweeting about movies.

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Jessica (she/her) is a freelance writer with several decades of experience writing lifestyle content and evaluating home and parenting products. A mom of two teens and two cats, her previous work can be seen in American Baby and Parents .

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Rachel Rothman was the chief technologist and executive technical director of the Good Housekeeping Institute for over 15 years , overseeing testing methodology, implementation and reporting for all GH Labs. She also managed GH's research division and the analysis of applicants for the GH Seal and all other testing emblems. 

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18 Best Travel High Chairs Of 2022 Ranked

By Author Ivana Davies

Posted on Last updated: January 27, 2022

18 Best Travel High Chairs Of 2022 Ranked

The baby high chair is a staple of every parent’s kitchen and the place where all the spaghetti sauce spilling happens! But, when you’re on the road, packing your bulky high chair simply isn’t an option. Enter the travel high chair !

With a travel-friendly high chair, you can make spending the weekend at grandma’s house or your annual summer camping trip easier than ever. These models are lightweight, compact, and fold easily. What else could you need?

But, the features don’t stop there. Many portable high chairs include trays for snacks or food, in addition to a safety harness to prevent your little Houdini from climbing out when you’re not looking.

Some brands make travel-friendly high chairs with height adjustments so you can modify the high chair as your child grows and keep him comfortable and secure.

A high chair for travel isn’t only perfect for holidays or restaurant outings. If you have a small kitchen with minimal floor space, or just want to avoid buying a giant high chair, some of the suggestions on my list will be right up your alley.

The best part is – travel high chairs are generally more affordable than the standard ones, so you’ll be saving money, too.

1. Graco Swivi Seat 3-In-1 Booster

  • Booster is designed to grow with your child from infant feedings to up to table toddler booster meals
  • The unique swiveling booster rotates, conveniently positioning baby for mealtimes and for bonding interaction with the whole family
  • The only highchair featuring true infant cradle recline design, for baby’s earliest feedings
  • Infant recline cradles baby perfectly for early feedings or as an early seat right at the table with the rest of the family
  • Plush head and body support keeps baby comfy for early feedings and removes as your growing child needs more room

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Although this chair cannot be collapsed which makes it more difficult to transport, it’s still worth your consideration because it’s rather compact (it doesn’t have any legs) and you can pack it in your car and easily take it to grandpa and grandma’s house for the weekend.

Plus, it includes all the functionality of a standard high chair, without taking up all that space in your kitchen. Simply hook it to a dining chair and your baby will be able to take part in family meals from day one. There is a tray included but you can remove it once your kiddo gets big enough to eat at the table.

Even better is that you only need to use one hand to remove the tray which is a really neat feature for any high chair, not just the portable ones.

The chair can be converted into a booster and there are 3-point and 5-point harnesses for your child’s safety. 

One of my favorite features of the Graco Swivi Seat is that you can rotate it in different directions, so you don’t have to move the entire chair for feedings or to be closer to your baby. This also means that it’s super easy for the other parent or caregiver to take over feeding duties during the meal.

You’ll love that the seat pad can be washed in the washing machine and you can even remove the infant insert which provides extra support to little munchkins .

The high chair can be used by kids up to 40 pounds but the booster can be used until your kiddo is 50 pounds.

2. Ingenuity Baby Base 2-In-1 Seat

  • Wipeable feeding seat and washable tray for easier cleaning
  • Safe & secure baby seat for sitting up. Age Minimum (months) - 6 months
  • Converts from baby booster to toddler seat
  • Removable tray stores neatly under the booster seat
  • 3-point harness & safety strap keep baby s

A seat that’s perfect for both meals and playtime, the Ingenuity Baby Base will suit all your traveling needs as it’s very lightweight and compact. I love that the feeding tray can be detached and stored below the seat. And although the tray is on the smaller side, it still includes a cupholder .

You can pick from a handful of bright colors, making this one of the most stylish high chair boosters around.

For the safety of your child, there is a 3-point harness .

This seat can be used from 6 months of age until your child reaches 50 pounds, so it’s going to stay in your family for a while – good thing that durability is an important feature of the Ingenuity Baby Base.

What’s more, it doesn’t necessarily only need to be used when you’re on the road – this can be the high chair that you use on a daily basis and save plenty of space in your kitchen.

I love that there is no fabric on this seat that could potentially get stained and need cleaning. In case of spills, simply wipe the seat down and you’re good to go.

Finally, the Ingenuity Baby Base is quite affordable, especially when compared to standard high chairs that aren’t as portable and compact as this one.

3. Baby Delight Go With Me Chair

  • Portable chair seats from baby (approximately 3 months) to 75 lb. child. Patented feature: as the baby grows, the seat can unvelcro to reveal two leg holes perfect for letting baby stand with support. Easy to set up.
  • 5 point removable harness keeps baby secure and comfortable.
  • Removable snack tray, sun canopy and carry bag included.
  • Great for all outdoor activities: camping, sporting events, beach, etc. Indoor/outdoor polyester fabric is resistant to fading, stains, and mold.
  • Dimensions: 24.5 tall x 23 wide x 22.75 deep Weight: 4.9 lbs. Folds to: 8 x 8 x 2

With an included sun canopy, the Go With Me chair by Baby Delight is one of the best baby high chairs for outdoor activities and traveling. You can go to the beach or spend a weekend in the outdoors and not have to worry about sun exposure.

Apart from that, the Go With Me chair is made to last, with an age and weight range that far surpasses any other model on this list as it can be used by babies who are at least 3 months old until they reach 75 pounds. As your baby grows, the seat will transform from a traditional high chair into a mini camping chair for your kiddo.

There is a detachable tray for food or toys and the canopy can be removed, as well, giving you room to customize the chair to your needs. Your baby will be kept safe and protected by the 5-point harness and the seat is padded to keep him comfortable and in an upright position.

When your munchkin gets bigger, you can even remove the seat and allow your baby to stand up in the chair (there are leg holes placed specifically for this purpose) and be more active. The holes for the legs are covered with netting, keeping them protected.

As your baby grows into a toddler and then into a big kid, you can permanently remove the tray or keep it for lunches or playtime. With the chair, you’ll also receive a travel bag to make packing easy. 

Unfortunately, the material of the chair isn’t machine washable but it’s fairly easy to wipe down, so I wouldn’t consider this to be a dealbreaker.

4. Fisher-Price SpaceSaver High Chair

  • All the features of a full-size high chair in half the space!
  • Infant high chair & toddler booster in one: customize with 2 height adjustments & 3 recline positions
  • Dishwasher-safe seat, tray & bonus tray insert for easy cleanup
  • Machine-washable seat pad & 5-point harness
  • Deep-dish tray design helps keep your little one from pushing food off the t

Although this Fisher-Price travel high chair is certainly more expensive than other portable booster seats and high chairs, it offers plenty of functionality and quality in return. First of all, it can fit kiddos up to 50 pounds so your baby will be using it for a long time. And it’s lightweight, so you can carry it anywhere.

The detachable feeding tray includes a cupholder and a small handle that you can use to hang a bib or a kitchen towel. You can recline the seat in 3 ways and it even transforms into a toddler booster seat . The high chair isn’t the only part that is adjustable – the harness, for example, can be modified from a 5-point to a 3-point harness .

The seat pad is washing machine -friendly and durable against all sorts of spills and stains but you can also purchase extra seat pads to always have a clean one ready.

Even though the SpaceSaver is a compact and travel-friendly model, it’s also a fantastic choice if you’re looking for an affordable high chair for everyday use that won’t take up too much floor space. 

5. Inglesina Fast Table Chair

  • EASY & SECURE SETUP - Inglesinas Fast Table Chair fits tables up to 3.3 thick and is perfect for use at home or while traveling. The easy twist-tight coupling is fast and secure and gives your baby a seat at the table.
  • PORTABLE, COLLAPSIBLE DESIGN - Complete with an integrated travel-friendly carry bag, the Fast Table Chair is easy to pack and always within reach.
  • DURABLE & WASHABLE MATERIALS - Ideal for babies & toddlers between 6 and 36 months, and up to 37 pounds, the durable & washable design ensures this product will serve for years.
  • HANDY STORAGE POCKET - The functional design includes a convenient storage pocket to ensure immediate access to wipes, toys, snacks and more.
  • ITALIAN DESIGN - Inspired by the elegant carriages seen in British Court, Inglesina has been designing quality strollers, highchairs and table chairs since 1963, with a focus on safety, practicality, and utilizing the finest materia

Although models that look like camping chairs are perfect for outdoor trips with the whole family, there are instances when you don’t need to take an entire chair with you, such as when you’re going to a restaurant.

In this case, the Inglesina chair will be your new best friend. It weighs a little over 4 pounds and is foldable, so you’ll easily be able to travel with it. In addition, you don’t have to think about table height as this chair fits most tables, regardless of height.

As for the weight limit , your baby will be able to eat in the Inglesina chair until he reaches a weight of 37 pounds. The minimum age limit, however, is 6 months.

The back of the chair includes a nifty pocket to store toys, snacks, or whatever else you might need during your meal. But, my favorite feature of the Inglesina chair is that it allows your little one to eat together with the entire family just like in a regular chair , instead of sitting separately from everyone else.

This model comes in 9 colors, so you can take your pick of bright and bold colors, or simply go with classic black. You can also purchase additional accessories, such as their table tray.

Although this model is slightly pricier than some of the chairs below, you can rest assured you’ll be getting a high-quality piece of baby gear that will last you in the years to come – even for a second child!

6. Chicco Caddy Hook-On Chair

  • Twist-to-tighten design fastens securely to most tables
  • Soft-grip arms firmly clamp onto table without scratching
  • Compact fold for travel and storage convenience
  • Removable seat cover for easy cleaning and care
  • High-back cushioned support for added comf

The hook-on high chair by Chicco is another option for you to consider, especially if you’d like to be more mindful of your budget . It comes in 2 colors – red and grey, making both choices a great gender-neutral baby shower present.

Like the model above, this chair attaches to your dining table, allowing your little one to eat alongside the rest of the family. It includes a compact fold feature, allowing you to take the chair when you’re traveling, going on holiday, or simply going out to eat but would rather avoid using the restaurant’s chairs.

Along with the 3-point harness , the backrest includes a cushion to make sitting down and eating more comfortable for your child.

I love that the cover of the seat can be removed for a more thorough cleaning. Unfortunately, this chair doesn’t come with a feeding tray but I wouldn’t consider that to be a dealbreaker, especially if you’re only planning on using it periodically.

Your baby will be able to eat in this chair until he’s 37 pounds.

7. Summer Infant Pop ‘n Sit SE High Chair

  • INDOOR/OUTDOOR DINING – Whether you’re indoors or out, eating, snacking or just playing, every parent knows a baby high chair is a must have. The Summer Pop ‘n Sit SE highchair is for use from 6 months – 45 pounds.
  • COMPACT FOLD – With an innovative pop and fold design plus a fast, easy and compact fold, you can have a space saver high chair and even use the Pop ‘n Sit as a travel high chair!
  • EASY CLEANUP – Things can get messy with high chairs for babies and toddlers, but cleanup is a breeze with the Pop ‘n Sit high chairs. They have a removable, machine-washable fabric and include a removable and dishwasher-safe tray with cup holder.
  • WET / DRY BAG - This wipe-clean bag easily detaches from the baby and toddler high chair, allowing you to take it with you on-the-go.
  • INCLUDES – The Summer Pop ‘n Sit SE Highchair also includes a storage pocket, 3-point safety harness, and a carry b

The Summer Infant Pop ‘n Sit chair is one of the best portable high chairs around as it works great indoors and outdoors without sacrificing functionality and comfort.

The first thing you should know about this chair is that the seat cover is machine washable , so there’s no need to waste time trying to wipe off any food stains. But keep in mind that this model only has a 3-point harness , instead of a 5-point one.

You can rest assured that your little one won’t be able to tip the chair over as the legs flare out, adding extra stability.

What sets this model apart from many others is the neat little pocket on the side of the chair where you can store snacks, toys, wet wipes, or anything else you need on your trip. Even better, you can unzip it from the chair and use it separately.

You can detach the removable tray and wash it in the dishwasher and there is a cupholder for your baby’s drink, too.

As for the weight and age limit, this chair is suitable for kids from 6 months of age until they reach a weight of 45 pounds. When you’re traveling, you’ll like that the chair folds up easily and you can use the included travel bag to store it.

And even though this is an affordable travel high chair, it has a very cute black and white stripe design and you can pick between two colors – pink and blue.

8. Munchkin Brica GoBoost Travel Booster Seat

  • Ultra portable with a strong and stable internal frame
  • Includes storage for bottles, diapers and more
  • Durable and easy to clean materials
  • Xtra-Grip traction pads provide a no-slip grip on chairs for increased stability
  • Folds neatly and includes a convenient carrying st

This Munchkin booster is made with older kiddos in mind, from 12 months to 3 years of age (or up to 50 pounds). It’s foldable and lightweight but what really sets it apart from the other boosters and high chairs on this list is the storage space below the seat.

You can use it to store extra diapers, toys, wipes, or anything else you might need during mealtime at your favorite restaurant. The bottom of the seat is equipped with special pads to prevent the seat from sliding off the chair, especially useful if you have an active tot.

Once it’s folded, you can throw it over your shoulder like a messenger bag and go about your day – it only weighs a little over 2 pounds!

9. Summer Infant Pop ‘n Sit Portable Booster Chair

  • INDOOR/OUTDOOR USE – The Summer Pop ‘n Sit Booster Baby Seat is an activity floor seat and booster all in one, and can be used both indoors and outside! For 6 months – 4 years (up to 37 pounds).
  • ALL-IN-ONE SOLUTION – Whether you need booster seats at a restaurant, a chair at the park or even a floor seat for activity time at home, this portable booster seat can do it all! Plus, the compact fold and included carry bag makes storage simple.
  • COMPACT FOLD – With an innovative pop and fold design plus a fast, easy and compact fold, you can have a space saver high chair and even use the Pop ‘n Sit booster as a travel high chair at restaurants and more.
  • EASY CLEANUP – Things can get messy with booster seats, but cleanup is a breeze with the Pop ‘n Sit high back booster seat. It has a removable dishwasher-safe, BPA free tray.
  • INCLUDES – The Summer Pop ‘n Sit Booster Seat includes a storage pocket, 3-point safety harness, chair straps, and carry b

This is an adorable little high chair by Summer Infant, designed with both indoor and outdoor use in mind. With a limit of 37 pounds, it comes in 4 different colors.

There is a small tray (without a cupholder ) for toys and food that can be washed in the dishwasher. Its compact design allows you to fold the chair up and put it in the carry bag for storage or when you’re on the go.

It only has a 3-point harness , however, so keep this in mind if this is a big concern for you.

10. Ciao ! Baby Portable High Chair For Babies And Toddlers

  • THE CIAO BABY DIFFERENCE - Having a baby can mean a big change to the way we enjoy our favorite outdoor activities. Lightweight and foldable, ciao! baby highchairs make it easy to enjoy life on the go and bring your little ones along for the ride.
  • SLIM & FOLDABLE - The ultimate space-saver, this high chair unfolds easily, locks into place, and folds back up in seconds. No assembly required. With its slim design, you can easily store one in your car for easy access.
  • EASY TO CLEAN FEEDING TRAY - Portable and compact enough for travel, beach days, picnics, camping, vacations, tailgating, and more. This collapsible highchair includes a built-in feeding tray and cup holder. The chair is made of durable nylon fabric and the tray is covered in clear vinyl that easily wipes clean with water.
  • FIVE POINT SAFETY HARNESS - Meets US American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) and EU European high chair safety standards and all Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA) guidelines including lead, phthalates and flammability. Keep your little ones safe and secure!
  • HOLDS UP TO 35 POUNDS- ciao! baby high chairs meet the highest safety standards, fold and lock in seconds, clean easily, and grow with your baby from infant to toddler. This chair comes with a convenient carrying bag and holds up to 35 pounds. Make life easier with ciao! ba

Parents that love traveling, and especially camping, shouldn’t need to say goodbye to their outdoor adventures just because they now have a baby. And the Ciao ! Baby chair was designed with just that in mind – allowing active parents to take their little one with on all of their outings in nature.

A key feature of this model is that it’s foldable . This means you can easily keep it in your car or garage without the chair taking up plenty of space and simply unfold it when it’s mealtime . With the chair, you’ll get a neat carry bag , too. Another bonus is that it doesn’t need any assembly which comes in handy when you’re busy setting up the tent.

The chair also comes with a tray for your baby’s food and a small cup holder . The tray is covered with a see-through material that’s easy to clean.

The 5-point harness will keep your little one sitting firmly in place during dinner, no matter how wriggly he gets!

The Ciao ! Baby travel high chair has a maximum weight limit of 35 pounds but weighs 8 pounds, so portability won’t be an issue.

11. Baby Delight Go With Me Uplift Deluxe Portable High Chair

  • PORTABLE HIGH CHAIR // Provides a quick and convenient spot for your little one to eat or play, from 3-36 months.
  • DURABLE FABRIC // The Uplift is standard table height and is made of durable indoor/outdoor fabric that can be easily wiped clean.
  • FULLY REMOVABLE TRAY // Includes a convenient cup holder for sippy cups or bottles and is wide enough for a plate. Tray is also dishwasher safe.
  • ADDED SAFETY // The five-point harness, along with a stable flared leg system provides added safety for your baby.
  • QUICK AND MOBILE // Simply lift up on each latch to fold and fit into the included carrying bag. The Uplift is easy to carry wherever you go.
  • JPMA Certif

There are a number of similarities between this Baby Delight travel high chair and the Ciao ! Baby one above. First off, it can be folded, allowing you to set it up quickly. It’s also great for outdoor use and the fabric is designed in a way that makes cleaning quick and easy. The tray includes a cup holder , too.

I love that the tray is made from a sturdy plastic material so food will stay where it’s supposed to and won’t slide off. You’ll also be happy to know that the tray can be removed and is dishwasher safe . This makes it a great option for eating indoors, too, whether you’re visiting family or going to a restaurant.

This model also comes with a neat bag for storage and travel.

For the safety of your little munchkin , there is a 5-point safety harness . In addition, the legs of the chair flare out, which minimizes the chances of the chair tipping over and hurting your child.

Unfortunately, you can’t wash the seat cover in the washing machine , so you’ll need to wipe it down if your baby makes a mess.

This chair is a great option for parents who are looking for a model that will grow with their child, as it’s appropriate for babies from 6 months to 3 years of age.

12. Phil&Teds Lobster Clip-On High Chair

  • SUPER LIGHT & COMPACT - Aluminum frame with padded back support and a shoulder harness system weighing in under 4 pounds
  • ADAPTABLE - Robust aluminum clamps with non slip grip pads fit tables from 0.8 up to 3.75 thick and suitable for indoor and outdoor use
  • SAFE & SECURE - Globally safety certified design can accommodate a child 3 months to 3 years up to a max weight of 37 pounds
  • HYGIENIC - Includes a dishwasher safe tray and travel bag that fits easily into diaper bags, purses, and stroller gear baskets
  • STYLISH - so stylish you’ll be turning heads at every table you clip on

An alternative to the Inglesina chair is this model by Phil&Teds. And if you’re only interested in a clip-on chair, you’ll be really happy with all the extra accessories that are already included with the Lobster model.

One such accessory is the tray that allows you to keep the baby food separate from the surface of the table, which is perfect for restaurants. And with the travel bag , you can take the chair anywhere you go. Since it weighs a little under 4 pounds, you won’t even notice that you’re carrying it over your shoulder.

It’s so compact that you can pop it in the storage basket of your baby stroller !

The frame of the chair is made from stainless steel, making for a sturdy and durable seat for your little one so you don’t need to worry about whether the seat will hold up.

Another great feature of the Lobster is the 4- point harness to keep your baby firmly in place. What’s more, the shoulder straps are padded to make sitting in the chair as comfy as possible.

The chair is suitable for babies up to 37 pounds. It’s a great choice not just for when you’re on-the-go but also to use at home, especially if you’re not a fan of the bulkier models or have a smaller kitchen or dining room.

13. Regalo My Chair 2-in-1 Portable Travel Booster Seat & Activity Chair

  • 2-IN-1 DESIGN: perfect travel booster with oversized removable tray for extra space. Great for use as an activity chair, on-go, at the park, camping, beach or Grandmas house
  • PORTABLE: designed with a simple fold and go deign. Lightweight and no set up required
  • INDOOR AND OUTDOOR: Includes a carry case with arm strap for travel, on the go or storage. Great for indoor or outdoor use
  • EASY CLEAN: Designed with a ventilating mesh walls and a nylon bottom for easy clean up. Simply hand wash and wipe down with a damp cloth and soap to keep it fresh and sanitary
  • SAFETY: Made with an all-steel frame and reinforced stitching. Includes safety-lock feature and meets all safety standard. Perfect for children 9-36 months and up to 37 pou

The Regalo chair is a fantastic choice if you’re a family that likes to go camping or spends a lot of time outdoors. It includes a detachable tray, complete with a small cupholder .

You can place it on the ground and use it as a mini camping chair or attach it to a dining chair , allowing your baby to eat together with the rest of the family. The material the seat is made from (nylon) is easy to clean off in case of spills.

Regalo gets another bonus point when it comes to ease of use with the foldable feature, and you can use the included carry bag to make traveling easier. As the chair weighs only a little over 3 pounds, this is definitely going to be one of your favorite baby products to carry around.

Although this chair probably won’t be your first choice for everyday indoor use, it’s ultra -practical when it comes to outdoor use. And it’s super affordable, too!

14. Chicco Pocket Snack Boost e r Seat

  • Quick set-up; easy and compact fold
  • Sturdy metal legs adjust to three height positions
  • Removable tray adjusts to three positions
  • Three-point harness. Suitable for a child 6-36 months and weighing up to 50 pounds
  • Anti-slip, non-marking feet
  • Removable tray adjusts to three positi

If you’re looking for a versatile travel high chair that won’t break the bank, look no further than this Chicco chair. Both the tray and the chair’s legs have 3 height adjustments , so you can adjust the level as your baby grows and make sure that the chair is comfortable and safe.

This model is only supposed to be used on a chair and not on its own – you can use the straps to fasten it to the chair. You don’t need to assemble it prior to use as the chair is foldable , just snap the tray into place and you’re good to go.

No need to worry that the feet of the chair will slide off and cause an accident since they are designed to prevent slippage and not scratch your precious furniture.

What’s more, this chair can seat a child up to 50 pounds which gives it a big advantage over many other models with much lower weight limitations. There is a 3-point safety harness included to keep your child secure in his seat.

Although it’s clear that the Pocket Snack chair isn’t as stylish as some of the other booster seats and portable high chairs , it’s lightweight and folds up quickly, which are two key features of every travel-friendly high chair. 

Plus, your child will be able to use it for much longer than other high chairs whose weight limit falls within the 30 to 40-pound range.

15. The First Years On-The-Go Booster Seat

  • Full-Size Booster Seat: On-The-Go Booster Seat Self-inflates with an adjustable height up to 4 inches with easy inflating valve.
  • Secure : Adjustable safety belt of the booster seat with T-restraint helps hold your child securely
  • Convenient Carrying Handle: Booster seat is lightweight and compact - perfect for travel
  • SUITABLE FOR: Ages 9 months and up
  • Note: Item does not defl

For parents who want a very light and travel-friendly high chair they can throw into a diaper bag and always have it at the ready, this First Years booster is an excellent choice. Your baby can use it from 9 months of age but don’t be fooled by its compact appearance – it can handle kids up to 50 pounds, so you’ll get plenty of use from it.

What sets this seat apart from other models on my list is the fact that it’s inflatable , so when it’s folded up, it’s much lighter and more portable than other seats. You can inflate it by pulling open a plug on the seat and then closing it once it’s fully inflated. To deflate it, simply pull the plug again.

Equipped with a small handle, you can carry it like a tiny messenger bag. There is even a mesh pocket on the side for small accessories.

When it comes to safety features, there is a 3-point harness you can adjust to your baby’s growth. Unfortunately, if any food gets on the seat, it might be difficult to clean as it’s covered with fabric. However, you’re likely to only use it for restaurant outings or when visiting friends and family, so it shouldn’t be a big issue.

If you’re looking for a portable chair for your baby that you can also use at home on an everyday basis, then this is probably not the best choice. But, if you only need something to avoid using the boosters at restaurants, then it’s a great and affordable option.

16. Smart N Comfy 3-In-1 Portable High Chair + Toddler Safety Harness + Shopping Cart Safety Strap

  • MULTIPLE USE 3 IN 1 - This is a multipurpose safety harness for toddlers that can be used as a portable/travel high chair, shopping cart safety strap and walking harness/leash.
  • CONVENIENT TO CARRY AROUND - Being lightweight and compact, this harness can be easily stored without taking up much space. You can use it at home, restaurant and also when traveling.
  • SUPERIOR QUALITY FABRIC - The Toddler safety harness is made with high quality fabric to ensure softness and durability. It is equipped with breathable inner lining for sufficient air flow.
  • VERSATILE - The harness is easily adjustable with the growing age of children. Also, the strap is 33 inches long to accommodate parents with above-average height. It also feature a front pocket to keep a pacifier or hanky clean and handy.
  • EASY TO CLEAN - It is really easy to clean the harness. Light stains can be easily removed by wiping. The harness can be washed for tougher stains and spil

The Smart N Comfy toddler harness can be used both as a safety strap for shopping carts and as a high chair for babies who are at least 6 months of age and can hold their own head up. It’s compact and you won’t have any trouble fitting it into your luggage when you’re packing for your next trip.

It’s made from a machine washable fabric so any food stains or spills can be handled quickly and it’s comfortable enough for a baby to sit in.

You might not need to use it as a toddler safety harness but if you do, you should know that the strap measures 33 inches in length, so it can be used by parents of different heights.

17. Summer Infant Sit ‘n Style Compact Folding Booster Seat

  • Removable, dishwasher safe tray
  • 3-point restraint system and chair straps to secure booster to chair
  • Tray folds underneath seat creating storage space
  • Compact fold for storage and portability
  • One-hand, easy carry han

A portable and easy to clean booster, the Summer Infant Sit ‘n Style booster is a model worth considering. It includes a tray for food and toys that you can pop in the dishwasher without a second thought and when you’re not using it, simply fold it below the chair until you need it again.

Most importantly, this booster is foldable and even comes with a handle, making it easy to carry from point A to point B. What’s more, it weighs just a little over 4 pounds.

As for safety features, there is a 3-point harness .

The Sit ‘n Style chair comes in a very stylish white and green color and you can bet everyone will be asking where you got it!

18. The Original Easy Seat

  • PORTABLE HIGH CHAIR - It’s your High Chair that you can take with you anywhere. Whether you are heading over to a friend’s house or out to dinner with the family, your portable easy seat makes it easy to take your baby with you & makes feeding time effortless.
  • FITS OVER THE TOP OF A CHAIR - To use, simply slide the reinforced hood over the top of the chair wherever you are. You will find it’s fast and convenient to setup.
  • JUST ONE CLICK TO SECURE - Once you have your Easy Seat over the top of the chair all you need to do is pull the strap around to the back of the chair and secure it. From there it’s just ‘One Click’ to join the two ends together and pull to tighten as required.
  • 5-POINT SAFETY HARNESS FOR BABY - It takes just seconds to slide your little one safely into your Easy Seat. You then secure him/her in place with the two shoulder straps. With just two more clicks on the shoulder straps you will have a baby that is happy, secure, safe and involved as part of the group’. All safety straps and stitch points are reinforced for added safety.
  • MACHINE WASHABLE + CARRY BAG - With its matching carry bag, the Easy Seat fits conveniently in your diaper bag or purse, so you always have it with you when you are out and about with baby. We have babies ourselves, so we understand that little ones can make a mess. For this reason, we have designed it to be ‘Machine Washable’. If it gets dirty simply pop it in the wash. Many Moms like us, have two Easy Seats, so that one can be in the wash and one on the go alwa

An affordable and stylish option, the Easy Seat is a favorite of moms everywhere who want a simple and lightweight option they can use at home and on the go. In fact, you’ll find it hard to find a model that’s easier to fold because the Easy Seat is made from polyester fabric (which is machine washable , by the way) so you can easily throw it in your bag.

And, because it’s so budget-friendly, you can get more than one to always have a clean Easy Seat at the ready.

To use it, just place the hood of the seat onto the back of the chair, secure it, and then place the baby into the seat. Make sure your baby is safely strapped in with the 5-point harness and voila! You’re good to go. 

The Easy Seat is safe to use for babies who are at least 6 months old and can hold their own head up until they reach a weight of 35 pounds. Granted, this is not a big weight range but considering the price, it’s more than acceptable.

How To Pick The Best Portable Travel High Chair For You

With so many different travel-friendly high chairs available, how can you possibly know which one is best for you? Here are some key factors you should take into account while shopping for a high chair to take with you on the go.

Where you’re planning on using it

This is a key question you should ask yourself before purchasing any kind of high chair. There are clip-on chairs, boosters, foldable high chairs… Each is useful in its own right but if you already have a standard high chair at home that’s taking up space, you probably want something compact that you’ll only use when you’re out and about.

But, if you’re pregnant or have a baby who isn’t old enough to use a high chair yet (and you haven’t purchased one already) then you might want to explore the option of getting a model similar to the Inglesina Fast chair that you can easily transport wherever you’re going.

If you’re a nature-loving family, you’ll probably find models that look like camping chairs most useful as you can set them up anywhere and don’t have to rely on tables or chairs.

By weight, I mean the weight of the chair and not your baby, although this is important, too. Some portable chairs for kids are lighter than others, and you can even pack them in your luggage when you’re going on holiday – others, not so much. 

If you’re fairly certain you’ll only be using the high chair when visiting friends, family, or while eating out, then having a heavier or bulkier high chair won’t be an issue as you can keep it in the trunk of your car.

For parents who like to be on the go and travel a lot, I definitely recommend fabric models that you can fold up and keep in your bag with your other baby things .

Ease of use

When you’re hungry at the end of a long day, the last thing you need is a high chair with gimmicky straps that take ages to snap into place, frustrating both you and your child. And since high chairs can be dangerous when not used properly, you need one that will give you peace of mind.

What’s more, you’ll also need to factor in cleaning time. Babies spill food and often have diaper accidents while sitting in a high chair, making it necessary for the chair to be covered in a machine washable material. If it isn’t, it should be easy to wipe down and get all the crumbs out.

Boosters are generally easier to clean than other high chairs but they’re not always safe for babies so you might need to wait until your munchkin is big enough for a booster.

Final Thoughts

With a travel high chair , you’ll no longer have to use bacteria-covered high chairs at restaurants, nor pack up your big high chair whenever you’re visiting family for a few days. Simply fold it up and pop it in the trunk of your car until you’re ready to eat.

What’s more, you don’t have to settle for a cheap and wobbly model that looks like it could fold under your baby’s weight at any moment. In fact, you might love your new high chair so much that you’ll be using it every day as many of these travel models are a great option if you don’t have a lot of floor space.

When trying to decide on the best high chair to go with, don’t forget to pay attention to the weight limit as some portable high chairs have a much bigger range than others, meaning that your baby will be able to use it for a longer period of time, saving you money.

Versatile high chairs are a great option, too, especially if they can be transformed into a booster seat once your kiddo outgrows his high chair.

I hope you were able to find the perfect high chair for all your traveling needs!

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18 Best Travel High Chairs

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The 8 Best Portable High Chairs of 2024

From standalone versions to table-edge clamps

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Unless you plan on eating one-handed with your baby on your lap for the first few years of their life, you’ll need to invest in a high chair. And, if you plan on traveling as a family or even just eating out regularly at restaurants and friends’ houses, a portable one makes life considerably more manageable. Portable high chairs come in many different styles, from space-saving fabric harnesses and table-edge clamp seats (great for storing in the car or as a backup at Grandma’s, respectively) to sturdy seats that grow with your baby and can be strapped to a chair or set on the floor for outdoor dining. 

As Lisa R. Trofe, managing director of the Juvenile Products Manufacturers Association (JMPA), points out, different models “have various attachment means and location requirements,” and choosing the one that best suits your needs is vital. Other things to consider include how long your baby will be able to use the chair; how easy it is to set up, clean, and store; its weight and dimensions; and above all, whether it has all the features necessary to keep your child out of harm's way. According to pediatrician Dr. Jonathan Jassey, these include “a harness to keep them secure, and high-quality straps or clamps to hold the chair in place.”

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Best overall, bumbo multi seat.

Three stages allow for versatile use

Removable parts stow away for easy transport

Low-maintenance

Not suitable for earlier developmental stages

Tray fills with water if submerged

If your little one can already sit up unaided, the Bumbo Multi Seat is a fantastic option that ticks several boxes. First, it’s designed to be used between the ages of 6 months and 36 months, affording good longevity and value for money. Second, it grows with your child’s changing needs. It can be used as a floor seat with a nonslip base that prevents tipping even if your baby is a champion wiggler. It also attaches easily to an adult dining chair for use as a traditional chair seat thanks to retractable straps. 

And when your toddler outgrows these stages, you can remove the soft foam pad and use the Bumbo as a booster seat. Removing the pad also makes the seat roomier for larger children. It has two height settings, a waist strap, and a feeding tray that attaches to the front of the seat but can be easily removed with one hand for storage in a slot behind the backrest. The entire Bumbo is easily cleaned using a damp cloth and mild detergent and comes in a full range of colors, from powder blue to cradle pink. 

Type: Floor seat, chair seat, booster seat | Weight: 4.4 pounds | Weight Limit: 35 pounds

Best Runner-Up

Hiccapop omniboost travel booster seat.

Designed for stability on uneven ground

  • Easy to clean
  • Great portability

Lower maximum weight than many competitors

Only available in three similar colors

Coming in at a lower price than the Bumbo, the Hiccapop OmniBoost Travel Booster Seat is an excellent alternative for parents who don’t need quite as much versatility from their portable high chair. Also designed for use from 6 months to 36 months, it resembles a foldable adult camping chair with a locking mechanism that ensures it can’t collapse once fully opened. Removable duck feet allow the chair to be used as a floor seat even on unstable surfaces (think grass or sand on your next trip to the beach ). 

The seat also has straps for attaching to an adult chair at the dining table, while a comfort-fit, three-point harness with an easy one-handed release keeps your baby securely in place. You can store bibs and utensils in the rear mesh pocket, and when it gets grubby, the removable swivel tray is entirely dishwasher safe. The fabric cover is designed to wipe clean but can also be removed and put in the washing machine. When not used, the chair folds into a carry bag that measures just 7 x 7 x 16 inches.

Type: Floor seat, chair seat | Weight: 4 pounds | Weight Limit: 30 pounds

Quality design at an affordable price

Dishwasher-safe tray

Limited to use as a chair seat

Does not include carry bag or strap

The Summer Deluxe Comfort Folding Booster is the cheapest option on this list—and almost a quarter of the price of the most expensive choice. Nevertheless, despite its budget price tag, reviewers praise its comfort, compactness, and ease of use. Intended for babies 6 months and older who weigh up to 33 pounds, it can be used in two stages. First, it is a chair-top infant feeding seat with the tray attached, and later it can be a chair-top toddler booster seat with the tray removed. Foldaway legs allow for two different height adjustments. 

Other features include a three-point harness, dual straps for securing to an adult dining chair seat, and a removable, machine-washable cover. The tray is conveniently large so that it can be used as a feeding surface in its own right or as a support for the baby’s favorite plate. In between meals, fold the booster up for easy transport and storage. There are three colors to choose from: gray/teal with an elephant motif, pink/cream with flowers, and tan/striped with multiple animals.

Type: Chair seat | Weight: 3 pounds | Weight Limit: 33 pounds

Best Clamp-On Seat

Seebaby z2 portable table side chair.

Easy to transport and store

Impressive weight capacity

Choice of seasonal materials

Requires a table for use

Not suitable for all tables

If you prefer the idea of a traditional clamp-on seat, we love the Seebaby Z2 Portable Table Side Chair. Its adjustable U-type clamps allow it to be fixed to the edge of any table with a thickness of between 0.8 and 3.1 inches, with reinforced, anti-skid pads for added peace of mind. And although it’s a common misconception that clamp-on seats aren’t as strong as their competitors, this one is designed for babies 6 to 36 months with a maximum weight of 40 pounds. A waist strap keeps wrigglers in place. 

The chair comes in a choice of winter (cotton) and summer (fully ventilated mesh) fabrics, in a variety of colors that range from gray to blue or pink. The cloth can also be fully removed whenever the seat requires a deep cleaning. Best of all, the Seebaby Z2 folds almost flat and can be neatly packed into its included carry bag. With folded dimensions of just 16.5 x 14.2 x 2.7 inches, it’s ideal for leaving at friends’ and grandparents’ houses or keeping handy in the car.

Type: Clamp-on seat | Weight: 4 pounds | Weight Limit: 40 pounds

Best Floor Seat

Upseat baby floor seat.

Suction-cup-friendly tray

Detachable booster seat conversion straps

Made in Canada

Only meant for children up to 24 months

Many of the other options on our list rely on the assumption that the child can already sit up on their own. Not the Upseat Baby Floor Seat. It was designed in collaboration with physical therapists to help train the muscles necessary for upright posture and allow hips to rest in a natural position. The seat is made of soft foam with enough give to provide a comfortable experience, making it an excellent choice for babies as young as 4 months. Parents of chunky-thighed infants appreciate the generous leg openings.

The included removable tray has a raised perimeter that functions perfectly for feeding times and as an activity space with toys. Detach it to clean and offer your child an obstruction-free seat to engage with their environment. It doesn't collapse down, but there is an integrated grab-and-go handle at the back for one-handed transportation.

Type: Floor seat | Weight: 5.4 pounds | Weight Limit: 30 pounds

Best Standalone Seat

Summer pop 'n dine se portable high chair.

Self-contained unit

Heavier and less compact than other options

Not suitable for babies under 6 months

Looking for an option that could realistically serve as your everyday, at-home chair as well? The Summer Pop ‘N Dine SE Portable High Chair differs from all the others on this list in that it brings your baby to table height without having to piggyback off any other furniture. This also makes it ideal for outdoor scenarios. The fold-and-pop design is easy to set up and pack away and features a wide stance and locking mechanism for added stability. Use the three-point harness to secure any child older than 6 months, with a maximum weight of 45 pounds. 

The chair is also easy to clean thanks to its machine-washable fabric and removable dishwasher-safe tray. The latter is BPA-free, so your baby can eat directly off it if you forget to bring a plate. Other highlights include a mesh storage pocket on the back of the chair and an additional wet/dry bag (perfect for storing dirty bibs, plates, and utensils). When not used, it folds into an over-the-shoulder carry bag. Choose yours in green, mango, or aqua sugar. 

Type: Standalone | Weight: 10.6 pounds | Weight Limit: 45 pounds

Most Lightweight

Dreambaby grab ‘n go travel booster seat.

Roughly half the weight of other picks

Easy to transport

Roomy storage space

Doesn’t include a tray

Better suited to older babies

If being lightweight is a priority (if you’re planning on packing the seat in your kids' luggage , for example, or carrying it with you when traveling by public transport), the Dreambaby Grab ‘N Go Travel Booster Seat tips the scales at just 2.3 pounds. It’s also exceptionally portable, featuring a booster seat base with a fold-out backrest and side/crotch panels. It resembles a satchel with a built-in shoulder strap for hands-free carrying when packed away, and it’s designed to fit most chairs with two adjustable securing straps. 

The chair is rated for babies between 6 and 36 months. However, several reviewers mention that despite the adjustable three-point harness, it can feel less secure for smaller babies, so it’s imperative to wait until your little one can sit up confidently by themselves. In addition to a removable, hand-washable polyester cover, the seat also boasts a zippered exterior pocket and a hollow interior big enough to accommodate baby bottles, toys, and snacks. This section is much more spacious than other storage options on this list.

Type: Chair seat | Weight: 2.3 pounds | Weight Limit: 33 pounds

Best Fabric Harness

Liuliuby travel harness seat.

One of the most affordable options

Very compact and easy to store

Couldn't be easier to clean

Suitable for younger and growing babies

Requires a chair for use

Only available in heather gray

For ultimate portability, it’s hard to beat the Liuliuby Travel Harness Seat. This fabric sling is designed to strap on to almost any dining chair with a seat back width of 21 inches or less, weighs in at just 8 ounces, and can be rolled to fit easily into your purse or diaper bag . Made from 100 percent polyester, it’s padded for added comfort and designed for babies older than 6 months and up to 35 pounds. Your baby must be able to sit up unassisted to use it. 

It includes two straps for attaching to the chair, with anti-slip pads on the top strap to prevent it from shifting and sliding as your baby moves. Use the five-point harness to keep them in place, adjusting it to three different height levels as your child grows. Parents of younger babies will appreciate the additional side loops at the waist, which are meant to keep little ones extra secure. In between uses, you can throw the whole harness into the washing machine without having to remove any parts.

Type: Fabric harness | Weight: 8 ounces | Weight Limit: 35 pounds

The best portable high chair for you depends on your baby’s age, size, developmental milestones, and what you plan on using it for. However, for a sturdy, simple to use, and clean option that can be deployed in multiple ways and grows with your little one to provide added value, we love the Bumbo Multi Seat . If you're looking for a cost-effective option to use for the infant through toddler years, reach for the Summer Infant Deluxe Comfort Folding Booster .

What to Look For in Portable High Chairs

Safety is the primary concern when choosing a portable high chair. Dr. Jassey sums up the essentials by advising parents to “make sure there is a buckle to keep them securely in the seat, and that there isn’t room to squirm out.” Beyond that, Trofe stresses the importance of purchasing a chair suitable for your child’s height, weight, and developmental milestones (e.g., the ability to sit unsupported): "Using a product for a too-small or too-big child can significantly impact their safety and may even cause incident or injury.” Choosing a chair that meets current safety requirements is also essential since these are revised regularly. For example, models marked with the JPMA Certified Seal have passed stringent laboratory safety tests. 

Ease of Cleaning

It’s easy to be tempted by portable high chairs with added gadgets, toys, or buttons designed to keep little ones entertained; however, the more complex the design is, the more difficult it is to keep the chair clean (and hygienic). It’s best to focus on the chair’s primary purpose, which is providing a secure place to sit while eating and choose the simplest design possible. Specifically, children’s food blogger, teacher, and mom-of-two Rachel Kidson recommends avoiding “lots of fabric that can stain easily, or places food can hide including tiny gaps or creases between materials.” Wipe-clean plastics or machine-washable fabrics are best for the main body of the chair, while removable trays that can be placed in the dishwasher are a lifesaver for busy parents. 

There are many types of portable high chairs, ranging from sturdy plastic seats that are meant to be placed on the floor to fabric slings that slip over the back of an adult dining chair to chairs that clamp onto the edge of a table. Each has pros and cons depending on your child's age and the circumstances you're most likely to use the chair for. Need something you can keep in your purse for impromptu meals at a restaurant or friend's house? A fabric sling is your best option. Planning a family camping trip with no chairs or tables to piggyback off? An ultra-stable floor seat or collapsible standalone chair might work better. As Trofe says, "Purchasing a chair for the correct need and use will ensure that your baby can enjoy meal time with you safely."

As long as you can fit your portable high chair into your checked luggage or carry-on bag, there’s no reason you can’t bring it on a plane. Ultra-lightweight, compact options such as fabric harnesses are best for this purpose since most airlines do not include a high chair as part of the free excess baggage usually allowed for infants and small children. You won’t be able to use the seat on the plane itself. That’s because little ones under 2 are typically required to sit on their parent or guardian’s lap or in their FAA-approved travel seat. High chairs (portable or otherwise) do not meet this classification.

Suppose you buy a portable high chair from a manufacturer that complies with the latest safety regulations (and use it only for the situations and child age/size stipulated). In that case, you can probably rest assured that it’s safe. Suppose you are considering buying secondhand or using a hand-me-down. In that case, Trofe advises making sure that the product “has not been recalled, is mechanically and structurally sound, that all parts (including restraining straps and buckles) are included and in good working order, that screws and fasteners are tight, and the product can still be used according to the manufacturer’s instructions.”

As the mom of a 4-year-old with another child on the way, Jessica Macdonald has plenty of experience with portable high chairs. When her daughter was little, her Bumbo Multi Seat was an essential accessory for family road trips and camping adventures. For this article, Jessica also consulted the expert opinions of pediatrician Dr. Jonathan Jassey ; JPMA managing director Lisa R. Trofe ; and children’s food blogger, teacher, and mom-of-two Rachel Kidson . She read articles from industry experts reviewing the best options on the market before comparing prices and user reviews to come up with the final product selection.

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We’ve all been there: the dinnertime baby juggle. You’re trying to eat with one hand while you bounce your baby on your knee with the other, all while they get into everything on the table except their own food. This is where a portable highchair comes in handy. Whether you use it to have dinner at a baby-less friend’s house or for a family vacation across the world, a highchair that you can easily travel with is great to have on hand (and on your baby registry). Our #RookieMomSquad Travel Mama, Nia Chauvin , is here to help you decide the best travel highchair that’s right for your family and your needs.

Before fully committing to one, you should determine what you will primarily use it for, then check out what’s out there. Below we will assess your travel highchair needs and then give you some great options that will suit your family perfectly.

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Assess how you will use it:

Let’s fill out your match.com application to find out which highchair your family is most compatible with, shall we?

Are you a homebody that goes to an occasional picnic in the park? Looking for something to take to your parent’s house when you go for dinner? Are you outdoorsy and looking for a good highchair for camping? Or perhaps a jet-setter who needs to pack compact and light?

Whoever you are and whatever your needs are, there is certainly a travel highchair for you. Luckily, a lot of these seats are versatile and can be used in a variety of settings. But even if you do need more than one, they are fortunately all very affordable.

So without further ado, here are the seats I recommend.

Great Portable Highchairs for Every Occasion

The best travel highchair f or the camping family.

Sitting around a picnic table with your family means its sweet summertime. With a baby in the mix, it makes life easier if they have their own chair to chill in while you grill and eat. There are two similar chairs which are pretty perfect for this occasion: the Baby Delight Go With Me chair and the Ciao Baby chair. They are basically camping chairs for babies, but in highchair form, and can be used inside at a dining room table as well as an outdoor setting.

Baby Delight Go With Me Chair

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What’s the advantage that this chair has over the Ciao Baby? It comes with an umbrella to shade your baby from the sun. The Ciao Baby umbrella is sold separately and costs about half the price of the chair ””yikes! The Baby Delight also boasts that it’s for a wide range of ages, from infant all the way to a young child (under 75 pounds). Check current prices here!

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The Ciao Baby advantage? At 32 inches high (as opposed to 25 inches in the Go With Me chair,) the Ciao Baby is taller. It’s not by much, but 7 inches can make the difference between being under the picnic table and being able to see over it. Check current prices here!

The Best Travel Highchair f or the Summer Picnic Family

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This seat is so versatile and can be used in a variety of ways. It ’s also a camping chair but very low to the ground, making it perfect for a summer picnic or a beach outing. It’s versatile because It can also be used as a highchair as it comes with straps that attach to a typical dining room chair.

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We used this one often over the summer. We found ourselves eating on our picnic blanket a lot, and it was always a nightmare feeding our 1-year-old son because he was running around mixing dirt in his food. So when we found this seat and started using it during our picnics, it was a game-changer. Check current prices here!

The Best Travel Highchair for the Jet-setting Family

My little seat.

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Traveling light is our number one priority when looking for baby products to use on-the-go. My Little Seat is made up of a durable cloth and a buckle, keeping it lightweight, compact, and safe. This product is small, but oh is it mighty. It straps your little one onto most any seat and also comes with shoulder straps so your little one can’t wriggle out. I highly recommend this one if you are traveling anywhere far from home and not by car. Between the weight and the suitcase space it takes up, it’s pure perfection for parents on the go looking for a highchair. Check current prices here!

The Best Travel Highchair f or the Sunday dinner at Grandma’s House

Mountain buggy pod clip-on highchair.

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These ones are popular, but they’re not my jam in terms of the best travel highchair. They are baby seats that clip onto a table overhang. The great thing about these is that they’re lightweight (2.2 pounds) and can lay flat enough to store in a drawer. The downside is that they don’t fit every table, so they’re not completely reliable as the others. Many parents like to bring these to restaurants as well to give their baby a snugger seat than the typical restaurant highchair provides. Check current prices here!

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Your baby's weaning journey is incredibly important and is also a huge milestone in their life when they start having their first meals in their baby highchair or portable highchair. But there are a number of worries we have as parents throughout this journey, which often revolve around how we will feed our baby when we aren't at home. Enter the portable baby highchair.

You can read every weaning book there is and even invest in the best blenders  to whip up delicious food, but the scariest part of the weaning journey is not being in the comfort of your own home to feed your baby with your trusty high chair. But you'll never have to worry about whether your local cafe will have a free high chair again if you get your own portable high chair.

The best portable highchairs at a glance:

• Best for a clip-on highchair: VEEYO Hook On High Chair - View offer on Amazon • Best for a foldable highchair: Chicco Pocket Snack Booster Seat - View offer on Amazon • Best for a lightweight highchair: Munchkin Portable Travel Booster Seat - View offer on Amazon • Best for a carry highchair: Baby Polar Bear Booster - View offer on Amazon

They're incredibly convenient and even save a lot more space in your home if you want to use them all the time.

Best portable highchair 2023

1. veeyo hook on high chair, best for a clip-on highchair, description.

This portable highchair is a little different to most, but it's super convenient for travel. It

  • 5-point harness
  • Compatible with most table tops
  • Comes in eight different patterns/colours
  • Not ideal if there's nothing to clip it onto

2. Chicco Pocket Snack Booster Seat

Best for a foldable highchair.

This ultra-lightweight design means it's super easy to carry. It can easily be stored in most

  • Three adjustable heights
  • Removable tray
  • Lightweight
  • Tray can be fiddly to move

3. Munchkin Portable Travel Booster Seat

Best for a lightweight highchair.

Not only is this a portable highchair seat, but it also offers protective storage for on-the-go

  • Lightweight design
  • No-slip traction pads
  • Some reviewers say it's tricky to remove stains

4. Baby Polar Bear Booster

Best for a carry highchair.

With a fully adjustable five-point harness and two shoulder straps, this seat is lightweight and

  • Storage pocket
  • Carry strap
  • A few reviewers say it's not great for fidgety toddlers

5. COSTWAY Baby 3 in 1 Dining Chair

Best for an eco-friendly highchair.

There's nothing better than a practical baby item. This 3-in-1 seat can be used as a regular

  • Food grade material
  • Wipeable PU leather
  • Footrest can't be moved

6. Venture Bubble Table Booster

Best for a durable highchair.

This bubble booster is a fun and stylish design with multiple uses. Make feeding easier for your

  • Two toy highchairs included
  • Not the most comfortable of materials

7. Fisher Price Quick Clean and Go Booster Seat

Best for a portable highchair.

Rrp: £ 27.99

Designed for easy folding for transportation, this high chair is extremely handy. It has a

  • Trays are dishwasher safe
  • Carry case included
  • Straps can be hard to clean thoroughly

8. Mamas & Papas Baby Bud Booster Seat

Best for a comfortable highchair.

The removable padded seat insert gives your little one extra comfort, and it also has an

  • Non-slip feet keep it sturdy
  • Padded seat inserts for comfort
  • Some users have found that their baby can remove the tray

9. Ingenuity Baby Base 2-in-1 Seat

Best for a multipurpose highchair.

Make meals out easier with this booster feeding seat. It's wipeable and the removable tray stores

  • Suitable for up to 36 months
  • Broad range of colour options
  • Has no legs

10. Tommee Tippee Chair Harness

Best for being machine washable.

Create an instant secure seat out of any dining chair with this star-printed harness. Designed to

  • Easy-to-use clips
  • Safe for machine washing (at 40 degrees)
  • Not a full seat

11. Mountain Buggy Pod MB2-POD21 Babies' Chair

Best for a quality highchair.

Rrp: £ 49.00

This Mountain Buggy portable baby chair is fixed to any kind of table via a sturdy aluminium clamp

  • Sturdy extendable clamp
  • Back support
  • Not the most stylish of designs

Things to look out for when choosing a portable highchair

Does it fold?  - When considering a portable high chair, you need to pick something compact and easy to fold away and store in your vehicle.

Weight  - If you struggle to lift heavy things, you'll want to pick a portable chair that is easy for you to carry from your vehicle to the venue, whether that's a cafe or a friend's home. As well as being lightweight, some portable options come with wheels.

Multi-function  - You don't necessarily need to pick a full chair that folds up and down. Instead, a booster seat is a fantastic option and makes your life a whole lot easier. Many can convert to cater to your needs, so it's always worth checking for extra features that will fit your lifestyle.

Age suitability  - Always check what age the high chair is suitable for. Many high chairs can be used from birth, while others are only suitable from six months old when they start weaning. We've included age suitability in our round-up.

Cleaning  - As mums, we know how messy our tots can be, so for many parents, it's important to find a portable high chair that can be wiped down after you've been out and about. We've included the materials in our list so you can see how easy it will be to keep clean.

What are the different types of portable baby highchairs?

Booster seat - This is a popular option for travel purposes when it comes to feeding your child away from home. The booster seat does just that, it raises infants higher than the table you're dining at and doesn't have any legs. Instead, it straps to an existing chair and often features a tray for baby to eat their dinner from.

Highchair - This is similar to your traditional high chair, however, the portable versions are often fully foldable or feature shorter legs that can be adjusted as needed for you to feed baby easily and without hassle.

Clamp seat - A hook-on baby seat, or clamp seat, is a flexible option if you are tight on space. It brings the baby right up to the table you're dining at and you won't take up any extra space inside a restaurant or cafe. The clamp seat may initially look precarious, but many have secure lobster style clamps that you screw into place on the table making them a versatile option for wherever you end up.

Seat harness - A fabric harness reduces the need to carry an entire seat or chair. They are usually attached to the chair with rucksack style straps for the baby to sit inside the harness. It turns any chair into a secure seat.

Safety tips when using a highchair

Another factor that should be at the top of your portable highchair checklist is the safety functions. Some highchairs will have harnesses to ensure your little one is secure, but if they don’t, it’s worth checking the safety features. Like choosing a pushchair, lots of designs will have additional benefits; from adjustable seats to the ability to convert the pushchair into a chair for when your baby outgrows it. There are a few things parents should look out for when purchasing a high chair.

Look out for the British Standard EN 14988:2006 safety standard mark

We all know how much babies and toddlers can wriggle. That's why it's important to choose a highchair with a five-point safety harness, to keep them safe and secure.

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The 15 Best Portable Travel High Chairs and Booster Seats [2023]

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Feeding on the go can be a messy business if you aren’t able to seat your little one at the table with you. A travel high chair or booster seat can make mealtimes far less stressful.

Don’t rely on restaurants, cafes, and other eateries to be able to seat your baby — take your own portable high chair with you instead.

Travel High Chair

Hook-on High Chairs

Perfect for babies 6 months or older, hook-on high chairs attach to the side of any table using rubber handles that can be securely tightened to remain stable and safe.

Your child will sit close to the table at the right height to enjoy eating and communing with you as you enjoy a family meal together. There are no folding trays to worry about or straps to attach to chairs. Although there is a maximum weight restriction of around 40 pounds depending on the chair, these are the most convenient way to seat your child when traveling.

Bottom Line: Collapsible and lightweight, you can take your hook-on high chair virtually anywhere.

Booster Seats

Booster seats do just that — raise the seat height of your child’s chair to enable them to reach the table. Compact enough to fit into their very own carry bags in transit, these easy-to-clean high chair alternatives are a popular choice for children 12 months or older.

The only thing you need to ensure the success of your booster seat at dinner time is a stable dining chair with a back to tie it to.

Bottom Line: Designed for children weighing up to 50 pounds, booster seats are a highly portable addition to your child-friendly vacation kit.

Made entirely from fabric, chair wraps are just about the most portable feeding devices ever made. Small enough to fit in any purse or carry-on , these oversized scarves are designed to harness your toddler to an adult chair.

While your inner hippie may be happy that you have chosen a natural and traditional way to help your child eat with the grown-ups, you need to be very adept at attaching the wrap to the chair by pulling a cover over the back and tightening the ends to secure your baby.

Bottom Line: Fantastic for those who know how to use them, a huge amount of stress for those that don’t.

When choosing the right travel high chair or booster seat for your next vacation, consider the following:

Travel High Chair Safety

Keeping your baby safe while sitting at the table is a crucial concern for every parent. While high chairs with straps and large plastic trays feel somehow more secure and sturdy, a child can still fall out if not securely strapped in.

When using a travel high chair or booster seat, be sure that it offers a durable and robust harness , and that the one you choose has enough support to suit the developmental age of your baby.

Hot Tip: To reduce the risk of falling, your child should not exceed the suggested maximum weight for the product.

Travel High Chair Cleaning

Wipe-clean fabrics and plastic cushions are best suited to the messy business of babies, and your travel high chair should be just as easy to clean. Foldable booster seats are incredibly easy to clean, and their flexible design makes it possible for you to reach all the tiny seams and creases where crumbs tend to gather.

Hot Tip: Hook-on high chairs with washable, fabric covers are pretty low maintenance as long as you can throw it in the machine.

Size and Portability

Travel High Chair Portability

Portability is the key to traveling light with a baby, so big, bulky folding high chairs are best left at home on this occasion. You should, however, look beyond the dimensions of any potential travel high chair, and instead focus on a combination of size, weight, and portability.

While wraps are the most lightweight and portable option out there, a compact booster chair that folds up small and weighs very little is still a good alternative. A hook-on that can be folded and kept in a carry bag should also be considered, especially if you are traveling by car or public transport where weight is less of an issue.

Ease of Use

Travel High Chair Ease of Use

Feeding time with your children can be stressful enough without having to worry about shoehorning your 1-year old into an overly complicated high chair harness. Likewise, holding a baby in your arms while you try to attach a wrap to a chair without any success is also likely to put you off taking your little one out to eat with you.

Whatever type of travel high chair or booster seat you decide to go for, make sure that it’s easy for you to use. Hook-on chairs are more fiddly as you need to screw the handles onto the table to ensure that they are safe, and wraps take some getting used to.

Bottom Line: Booster seats are straightforward to use and easy to insert your child into.

The 8 Best Travel High Chairs and Booster Seats Under $30

Summer Deluxe Comfort Folding Booster Seat

Summer Infant Deluxe Comfort Folding Booster Seat

The Summer Infant Deluxe Comfort Folding Booster Seat is a convenient addition to your baby travel gear and one that will allow them to safely eat their food at the same level as you. Weighing just 3.66 pounds, this booster seat is suitable for children from 6 months to 33 pounds.  The compact folding mechanism makes it small enough to take anywhere with you.

Your little one will be safe in the 3-point harness, and you will be able to find the right height setting with 2 different levels of height adjustment. Use it without the feeding tray for a toddler booster seat at the table, or let your younger baby use the tray. Simple to use and highly portable, this little booster seat is brilliant.

What We Like

  • Has 2 height levels

What We Don’t Like

  • The chair cover isn’t great

Hiccapop OmniBoost Travel Booster Seat with Tray for Baby

Hiccapop Omniboost Travel Booster Seat With Tray

This very useful little travel chair is perfect for letting your little one eat with you wherever you may be. The folding frame pops open to form a low-level camping chair complete with a food tray that toddlers and small children will be happy to sit, eat, or play in. Wide, stable feet help to keep the chair balanced at all times, and the tray is removable so your child can join you at the table.

The 3-point adjustable harness will keep your little one safe as they eat, and when you are finished, simply fold the chair back down and pop it back into the carry bag . To ensure that the chair is always clean and hygienic, the cover can be machine washed and the tray is made from dishwasher-safe, BPA-free material.

Cute and completely portable, this is the perfect camping chair for junior diners.

  • Has a removable and washable cover
  • Tray table can be difficult to get on and off

Summer Pop ‘N Sit Portable Booster Chair

Summer Infant Pop and Sit Portable Booster

Looking every bit as cute as a tiny camping chair, this incredibly portable booster chair from Summer Infant is a little bit different from the rest. Designed to be used on the floor, or a chair, your little one can eat independently or with you.

Featuring a lightweight, folding frame that can be erected in sections , this little booster seat even comes with its own carry case. The detachable, dishwasher-safe BPA-free tray is perfect for playing or snacking, and the 3-point safety harness will keep your precious little one safe and secure. By using the built-in safety straps to attach the seat to an adult chair, you and your child (ages 6 months and older) can eat and play together, everywhere you go.

  • Folds up small to save space
  • Harness straps sit very low

Summer Pop ‘n Sit Portable Highchair

Summer Infant Pop and Sit Portable High Chair

With its lightweight design and full-height feeding chair, the Summer Infant Pop N’ Sit Portable High Chair is perfect for families on the go. Easy to fold down into its very own compact carry bag, this is an easy-to-use travel high chair for your baby.

Suitable from 6 months onwards, the chair comes complete with a removable, BPA-free tray that can be popped into the dishwasher for easy cleaning. The non-slip rubber feet will grip to most surfaces, making this a stable and safe place to feed your children. The easy pop-up unfolding mechanism makes it a dream to use on vacation, at Grandma’s house, or even just at home.

  • Has a rear storage pocket
  • Leg holes might be restrictive for some children

Chicco Pocket Snack Booster Seat

Having already been awarded 5 stars in the “Best Baby and Toddler Gear Awards,” this easy-to-fold portable high chair will transform the way you and your little one eat out. Your baby will be able to sit right at the table and join you for a meal using this easy-to-secure, super-safe booster seat from Chicco.

With 3 tray positions, your child can also enjoy a snack or meal independently, and the harness straps will keep them safe while seated. With a wide padded seat and an easy-to-clean, dishwasher-safe food tray, you can be sure that this booster seat remains hygienic at all times. The Chicco Pocket Snack Booster Seat is an excellent value for money.

  • Adjustable to 3 heights
  • Securing chair straps are quite short

Liuliuby Travel Harness Seat

  • liuliuby Travel Harness Seat

So portable it can roll up to the size of an umbrella, the liuliuby Travel Harness Seat is a functional fabric booster seat. Designed with safety in mind, this may look lightweight and unsupportive, but it incorporates a 5-point harness and comfortable straps for added reassurance and unrivaled strength and durability.

Suitable for babies approximately 6 months and older that can sit up unassisted, the simple design hooks over the back of an adult chair and supports your baby while they join you to eat at the table. Machine washable, wipeable, and incredibly stylish, this is the perfect compact travel seat for eating on the go.

  • Anti-slip pads mean your child will stay put
  • Doesn’t fit all chairs

The Original Easy Seat Portable High Chair

Cozy Cover Easy Seat Portable High Chair

Suitable for babies from 6 months old up to 33 pounds, the portable Easy Seat is a convenient companion for families on the go. You and your child can avoid the questionable hygiene of restaurant high chairs and have your little one eat at the table with you.

Compact enough to carry in your bag (in its own matching carry bag), the Easy Seat simply slides over the top of your adult dining chair, and with just a quick click of the straps, your child is secured in a 5-point harness . The 100% polyester material is easy to clean in the washing machine, and the brightly-colored design helps this fabulous petite seat stand out from the rest. A great buy for busy parents.

  • Comes with a matching carry bag
  • Doesn’t include a tray for eating

The First Years On-The-Go Booster Seat

The First Years On-The-Go Booster Sea t

Quite unlike any of the other high chairs and booster seats on our list, the On-The-Go Booster Seat inflates to keep your child comfy and ensures that they can always reach the table.

Simply pull out the valve and watch it self-inflate into a full-size booster seat,  then press out the air and fold back into its carry pack when the meal is over. This seat comes with an adjustable safety belt with a T-restraint to help hold your child securely and even has its own carry bag for taking it everywhere with you. A perfect addition to your baby kit.

  • Portable and inflates quickly
  • Not suited for extensive use

The 5 Best Travel High Chairs and Booster Seats Under $60

Fisher-Price Healthy Care Deluxe Booster Seat

Fisher-Price Healthy Care Deluxe Booster Seat

Designed to fit at the table so that your little one can eat with the grown-ups, this foldable and incredibly portable booster seat secures to most dining chairs, both at home and away.

With a snap-on feeding tray and cup holder that is completely removable and dishwasher safe, you can let your child eat at the table or eat independently. The 3 height adjustments and super-secure 3-point harness will help you to find the safest position for your baby while they eat.

With a shoulder strap for ease of mobility and a simple, ergonomic design made from easy-to-clean and durable materials, this is a clear winner for moms and dads on the go.

  • No crevices to trap crumbs
  • Tray table comes off too easily (infant may remove it)

Ciao! baby Portable High Chair

Ciao! baby Portable High Chair with Tray

This stand-alone high chair is an excellent option for anyone who wants their child to feel totally at home in their high chair. Mimicking the height and feel of a regular full-size high chair , this little beauty folds up into a compact size, making it perfect for camping, keeping as a spare, or taking on vacation with you.

Made from highly durable nylon, this high chair is built to last, and the clear vinyl food tray is wipeable and easy to keep clean. There is also a built-in cup holder for your little one’s bottle or cup. Suitable from infant to toddler (your child must be able to sit unaided to use this high chair), your baby will stay safe and secure with the lap belt and 5-point safety harness.

Easy to use and transport, this is the perfect portable high chair for children who want to be reminded of the one they have at home.

  • 5-point safety harness
  • The opening for the child is a bit of a squeeze

Chicco Caddy Portable Hook-On Chair

Chicco Caddy Hook-on Chair

In theory, this sturdy and durable hook-on high chair has plenty to offer both you and your baby. It folds down to take anywhere with you, it is made from high-quality materials, and the twist-and-tighten design fastens securely to most tables. In reality, it is very bulky and weighs a lot more than most portable high chairs, at a whopping 7 pounds, even without its carry bag.

That said, the rubberized arms are well-designed and will firmly grip any table without scratching , making it an excellent choice for parents who want their baby to eat with them. The seat cover is removable for easy cleaning and the cushioned back support adds comfort for your little one.

Suitable for 6 months onwards, we are not sure if the pure size and weight of this one prevents it from truly being a travel high chair, but it would still make a useful extra if you have room to transport it.

  • Attaches directly to a table
  • Not suitable for fidgety children

Fisher-Price SpaceSaver High Chair

Offering easy-to-clean, customizable seating for your little one, the Fisher-Price SpaceSaver High Chair is an affordable, reliable, and well-made travel booster seat that will make eating out a breeze.

Offering full-size seating dimensions in a portable package that folds up super small, this seat fits on most adult high back chairs. Suitable from around 6 months, this booster offers 2 height adjustments and 3 recline positions . The removable and dishwasher-safe feeding tray is easy to clean, and the cushioned seat will keep your little one comfy at all times.

Designed to grow with your child, the tray can be removed, and the secure strap attachments are designed to stay safely affixed to your adult chair.

  • Has a machine-washable seat pad
  • Doesn’t slot under the table at certain heights

Munchkin Brica GoBoost Travel Booster Seat

Brica GoBoost Travel Booster Seat

Perfect for dining on the go, the Brica GoBoost Booster Seat folds up small and comes complete with its own convenient carry strap. Stable and secure with a robust internal frame and wipeable, easy-to-clean material, this is the perfect booster seat for older infants on the go.

There is no 5-point harness on this seat, and it has a fixed position backrest, but with a built-in storage unit that can hold your bottles, wipes, cups, and even diapers. Xtra-Grip traction pads offer a non-slip grip on adult chairs.

  • Includes storage for bottles, diapers, or other items
  • Not machine washable

The 2 Best Travel High Chairs and Booster Seats Under $90

Inglesina Fast Table Chair

Inglesina Fast Table Chair  

Incredibly versatile and perfect for use at curved dining tables, this hook-on high chair really is one of the best on the market. With twist-tight couplings that secure the chair to virtually any table and a deep seat with an adjustable 3-point harness, this high chair is also incredibly secure to keep your little one safe while snacking.

With a deeply padded seat, high backrest, waist harness, and easy-to-clean, breathable polyester material , your little one will be super comfortable. With an additional storage pocket on the rear side of the seat for a pacifier and other essentials, and a carry case for journeys away from home, this is an excellent hook-on high chair that is well-suited to families who like to dine out often.

  • Comes in a range of colors
  • Not the easiest material to clean

phil&teds Lobster Clip-On Highchair

phil&teds Lobster Clip-On High Chair 

Fans of the phil&teds stroller brand will already be familiar with their unique, high-quality designs, and the Lobster high chair is no exception. Super lightweight and incredibly compact, the Lobster has a first-class aluminum frame with padded support and a shoulder harness system that won’t let you down.

Suitable for infants 3 months old up to 3 years, or a maximum weight of 37 pounds, this high chair is still compact enough to fit into your travel bag for families on vacation. With stylish good looks and award-winning design, the world is your oyster with this high chair.

  • Quick to set up and pack down
  • Not compatible with all table types

Travel high chairs need to be portable, stable, and easy to clean. Younger babies need a secure harness, while older toddlers need a seat that won’t wobble about when they do.

From the simplicity of a sling-style high chair to hanging out in a hook-on, your next travel high chair or booster seat needs to be small enough to take with you, yet strong enough to hold your child safely. Make more of family mealtimes on your travels with any of the high chairs and booster seats on our list.

Are hook-on high chairs safe.

Hook-on high chairs are safe as long as you adhere to the manufacturer’s maximum weight restrictions. Some other tips are:

  • Make sure that the clamp is securely fastened
  • Don’t use a hook-on high chair on glass tables
  • Ensure all straps are securely fastened

What age can a baby sit in restaurant high chair?

Babies can use a high chair when they are able to sit up unassisted. For most babies, this will happen around the 6-month mark but can happen as early as 4 months.

What are the best travel high chairs?

Some of the best travel high chairs and booster seats include:

  • Summer Deluxe Comfort Folding Booster Seat

hiccapop Omniboost Travel Booster Seat

  • Summer Infant Pop ‘N Sit Portable Booster Chair
  • Summer Pop ‘n Sit Portable Highchair
  • The Original Easy Seat Portable High Chair
  • The First Years On-The-Go Booster Seat
  • Fisher-Price Healthy Care Booster Seat
  • ciao! baby Portable High Chair
  • Chicco Caddy Hook On Chair
  • Munchkin Brica GoBoost Travel Booster Seat

Inglesina Fast Table Chair

  • phil&teds Lobster Clip-On Highchair

Are travel high chairs portable?

While wraps are the most lightweight and portable option out there, a compact booster chair that folds up small and weighs very little is still a good alternative.

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What is The Best Travel High Chair in 2024? (Reviews & Guide)

Whether you’re staying at a hotel and eating out regularly or you’re renting an apartment and eating in all the time, you’ll really want a portable high chair.

The wonder of being able to eat with 2 hands is something every (new) parent can relate to. Agreed, some restaurants do have a high chair of their own but more often than not they’re so sticky you don’t even want to think about putting your baby in there.

So, let’s get down to business and find the best travel high chair for your family. Also, check out our best tips if you’re wondering how to eat healthy while you’re traveling with kids !

TIP: read these 5 steps for a better restaurant experience with toddlers!

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THE BEST TRAVEL HIGH CHAIR: TOP PICKS

  • Best booster seat for table / best toddler booster seat: Munchkin Brica
  • Best folding high chair / best portable camping high chair: Summer Infant SE
  • Best clip on high chair: Mountain Buggy
  • Best cloth travel high chair: My Little Seat
  • Best travel high chair: Munchkin Brica
  • Best booster seat with tray: Summer Infant Pop n Sit SE
  • Best high chair for ground and table use: Summer Infant Pop n sit SE

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Buying guide, types of baby travel high chairs.

At home, you can choose whatever kind of high chair you prefer: a vintage one, one that grows with your child, or just the cheapest one you can find. But when traveling, you might want to consider something that is flexible, lightweight, and easy to pack .

Travel high chairs can be divided into 4 groups. It’s really up to you and your travel situation to decide which one you prefer. If you are flying, you need to carry that portable highchair with you all the time, thus make sure it is as lightweight and compact as possible.

However, if you need a portable baby chair for your parents or in-laws, easy-to-use and clean will become much more important.

Folding High Chair

This kind of portable baby high chair actually looks a lot like a regular high chair , but with the capacity to fold down and thus take up a lot less space. They are generally easy to clean and come with a tray .

Because you don’t need another chair to strap the baby folding chair onto, this is the best choice if you are looking for a baby camping chair!

Booster Seat

This portable baby seat is simply something that will elevate your baby so they sit higher and more comfortably at the table.

A portable baby booster seat is either foldable or comes as a rectangular box with a pop-up back panel. It is meant to be put on a regular chair with a back. This way your child will be able to eat from the table at a comfortable height. The need for a chair with backing can be a downside.

A foldable booster seat can be strapped to a normal chair or used on the ground . With the latter option, you don’t need a regular chair to make it work, which makes this type a great camping high chair too!

Another benefit of the folding baby high chair booster seat is that it can be used as a play table . You can put it on the ground and it has a tray, so your kiddo can draw or play without running away.

The box version usually doesn’t take up too much space and you can often carry them as a shoulder bag with additional space for diapers or other essentials.

Be aware that your baby should have sufficient body control before you put them in a portable booster high chair. Like a portable cloth high chair, the lack of side support could cause your little one to slouch or even fall to the side. If you have a baby that is not that good at sitting yet, you’re better of with a compact folding high chair or a baby seat that hooks on the table.

The big plus of these kinds of portable high chairs is that they can often be used for up to 50 lbs (22.7 kg). This means that if you are looking for the best toddler folding chair , a portable high chair booster seat is the best choice!

Baby Chair Harness 

This kind of portable feeding chair is frequently used when traveling by plane because they tend to take up very little space . You can simply hang it over a chair and put your baby in.

However, it is not a real portable high chair seat, meaning that it does not elevate your baby to the height of the table . Because of th is, your child won’t be able to eat comfortably from the table . It does, however, help to keep your little one safe and secure on their own chair. And if you put their plate in front of them on the chair, they will manage just fine.

Also, be aware that your baby should have sufficient body control before you put them in a fabric travel high chair. Like a booster seat, the lack of side support could cause your little one to slouch or even fall to the side. If you have a baby that is not that good at sitting yet, you’re better of f with portable folding high chairs for babies or a baby seat that hooks on the table.

Hook-on Chair

This type of portable baby high chair can be clipped upon the table thanks to adjustable arms that are usually screwed to tighten. This way your baby can sit with you and eat from either the table or an extra tray. They are foldable, lightweight, and generally come with a bag , which makes them great travel companions.

One thing to keep in mind is to not attach them to a pedestal table as the weight of your baby might pull the whole thing down! Make sure to only use them with a regular 4-legs table.

What to look for in a travel high chair?

What is the most important feature of a portable high chair for you and your family? In an ideal world, all 5 boxes should be ticked, but in real life, you’ll probably have to make concessions. And that’s all right because not everybody needs the same things or goes on the same type of holiday.

When you think about portability, there are 3 items to keep in mind: the compactness (the dimensions), the weight, and the method of carrying the infant’s portable high chair around.

If you are traveling by plane , make sure to give equal thought to dimensions and weight. The best portable high chair for travel should be compact of course, but it being lightweight is even more important. Every pound counts on a plane! The best travel chair is easy to transport as well: if you can put it in a backpack or diaper bag, you’ll be less likely to forget it somewhere and you won’t need to carry anything beyond your regular stuff.

If you are traveling by car or if you want a folding travel high chair for at-home use , the portability requirements will be less distinct. The weight won’t matter all that much (because all travel high chairs are more or less lightweight, none of them are really heavy). As for the dimensions and compactness, you’ll most likely want something rectangular that you can put in the car easily. If the carrying bag comes with a shoulder strap, then that’s a big plus but not a necessity.

The safety of a portable travel seat should be your main focal point. When it comes to your baby, safety is key, always!

Always make sure that you use a portable high chair for restaurants that is appropriate for the age of your child . If you have a small baby, they will need a lot more support. For that reason (and as mentioned before), booster seats and harnesses aren’t suitable for small children. In the same line, always make sure that your toddler or preschooler isn’t too heavy for that particular fold-up travel high chair yet. If there are weight restrictions, keep to it!

Do keep in mind as well, that some portable baby high chair seats may be unstable on certain surfaces or top heavy , which can cause dangerous situations. A clip on baby high chair should not be used on a pedestal table , as, because of the weight on one side, the table as a whole could tilt over.

As you buy a product with the intent to use it – potentially and hopefully a lot – you want to make sure that it is easy to use.

The first thing to make sure of is that the type of portable high seat matches what you are looking for . Do you want your baby to sit at the same height at the table? Do you want it to be extremely lightweight? Do you want to tuck it into your diaper bag? Deciding which kids’ travel chair type will fit your needs , will be step number 1.

Other than that, think about whether or not you need or want a tray . It can come in very handy as they’ll have an easy-to-reach place to eat from, but it makes the fold-up travel high chair bulkier. And if you decide to go for a portable baby high chair with a tray, is it large enough ?

Another important factor is the easiness of setup . Does it pop open in seconds? Or do you need to put it together or think by yourself “how did I need to do that again”?

Let’s face it: kids are messy eaters.

So, no matter what you choose to eat, you’ll spend the after-dinner time cleaning up your child’s seat. Maybe it’s not the most decisive feature, but you can save yourself a lot of time and trouble if you choose a travel baby feeding chair that is easy to clean .

The price is an important factor in every purchase. A portable baby high chair harness will cost a lot less than a baby clip on high chair or a portable foldable high chair. However, if you feel like you need the benefits of that particular type, it might be well worth the money. After all, you’ll probably be using it for a while. And if not, then that might be a reason to pick a cheaper one.

TIP: take a look at this post for more baby travel essentials !

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So, have you decided which type of travel high chair will be the most suitable for your family? Let’s take a more in-depth look at the travel high chair reviews of the different products now.

THE BEST TRAVEL HIGH CHAIRS 2023: REVIEWS

The best foldable high chair, #1 summer infant portable high chair.

  • easy pop and fold
  • carry bag with shoulder strap
  • dishwasher-safe tray
  • removable & machine washable fabric seat
  • the tray can be put to one side to put a baby in and out
  • rather heavy
  • rather large folded dimensions
  • wide footprint – tripping danger

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travel highchair age

The Summer Infant high chair is the best foldable high chair you could wish to have as an extra at home or to take with you on road trips.

The easy pop-and-fold concept makes it possible to set the chair up in seconds. When it is folded down, the rectangular package measures 32.6″ x 8.3″ x 8.3″ (82.8 x 21.1 x 21.1 cm). The carry bag with a shoulder strap makes transportation absolutely easy. The travel feeding chair weighs 9 lbs (4.1 kg).

Because of the dimensions you probably won’t take it with you on a plane, but it is still compact enough to bring it in the car or better yet, to store it in the trunk permanently so you’ll always have it with you, whether you are going to a diner, a friend’s house or a backyard barbeque.

The fabric seat is removable and machine washable , while the tray (which has a cup holder) can be put in the dishwasher . The latter is attached to one side and clips onto the other side or you can just let it swing down to the side and out of the way. This makes it easy to put your child in and out. The tray can also be removed completely. 

The portable infant chair comes with a storage pocket , a 3-point safety harness , and a wet/dry bag (great for wipes or utensils) that you can easily remove and take along with you in your bag.

The wide base comes with non-slip rubber feet that hold a firm grip on most surfaces like tiles, grass, and wood. It is very stable , so no risk of tipping over. However, the negative side of the wide footprint is that it might be dangerous for tripping !

There are 2 editions of the Summer Infant high chairs: the original and the newer Sweetlife. You can use it when your child can sit independently (around 6 months) and up until 45 pounds (20.4 kg).

The Original versus the Sweetlife Edition

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travel highchair age

The above-mentioned description goes for the Sweetlife edition. The Original is very similar. However, be aware that a lot of parents communicate that the  leg openings   of the Original Edition   are too small   for toddlers . A lot of people end up cutting them open or they just put their baby on top of them. Another effect of the small openings is that you’ll have to lift your baby straight up to get them out. Some parents say they needed help to get their child out.

Another problem that has been mentioned is the size of the tray . It is very tiny but fine for eating without a plate. There’s not enough room, however, for playing.

The cover is machine washable, but you have to loosen 2 screws to get it off.

#2 Ciao! Baby Portable High Chair

  • you don’t need another chair
  • additional head support
  • vinyl tray with built-in cup holder
  • clip on umbrella available
  • tray dips down a bit
  • a bit difficult to get the baby in and out

travel highchair age

The Ciao! portable high chair does in fact have long legs , like a regular high chair. Therefore it is bigger than other travel high chairs but still folds up rather small at 33″ x 8″ x 6.5″ (83.8 x 20.3 x 16.5 cm).

Because of the dimensions taking this chair onto an airplane isn’t the most obvious choice , but it is possible! Most airlines will allow you to check it as an extra piece for your baby or you could fit it into a large suitcase . It won’t fit as carry-on luggage however as those are usually limited to around 22″ x 14″ x 9″ (56 x 35.5 x 23 cm). It is, however, the best portable high chair for family camping trips or at the summer holiday house.

The big plus is that you don’t need another chair to make it work. You just pop it open and you have a fully working high chair. The high back offers additional head support which is great for babies and children with special needs.

With its 8 pounds (3.6 kg), it is not exactly lightweight in terms of airplane luggage, but since you’ll probably be taking it in the car, that doesn’t matter all too much. It is however very stable , which is ultimately the most important feature of a portable high chair.

The included vinyl tray makes eating and playing easy for your child and even comes with a built-in cup holder . Be aware that when your child is sitting in the chair, the tray dips down a bit , so you’ll need to use a lip or silicone mat to prevent the food from sliding down into their lap.

The safety of your child is covered with a 5-point harness , which isn’t really necessary as they already sit securely in the seat. Because of that, it can sometimes be a little difficult to get your baby out on your own . You can’t remove a piece of the portable infant seat and because it’s lightweight it is possible that you have to stand behind the chair, and hold it down with one foot while you wiggle your child out.

The Ciao! Baby portable highchair can be used for babies from 3 months up to 3 years (35 lbs). It is available in 9 funky colors.

The best portable booster seat

#1 summer infant pop ‘n sit .

The Sweetlife Edition

  • double use: on the ground + on a chair
  • machine washable fabric
  • unclear if the issues with the seat straps are fixed

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The Summer Infant Pop ‘n Sit portable travel high chair feels a lot like a tiny camping chair and one of its biggest features is that you can choose whether you use this travel high chair with a tray on the ground or strap it to a chair .

Folded down it measures only 17″ x 7″ x 6″ (43 x 17.8 x 15.2 cm) so it fits easily into a medium-sized suitcase with enough space for clothes and other things. Many parents report that the compactness is the best thing about the Summer Infant travel baby feeding chair.

The fold-up portable high chair is easy to transport in the attached travel bag . Setting it up and folding it down only takes a couple of seconds.

The baby travel high chair comes with a dishwasher-safe BPA-free tray for eating or playing. One of the most annoying things about this portable booster seat with a tray is that it can be hard to put the tray on. It will only fit if the feet are completely open but there is no indication of how far that is.

Your child sits stable and secure thanks to the 3-point safety harness. However, be aware that the straps are not sewn to the backrest but to the seat itself. Many parents have reported issues with the older version of the Summer Infant Pop ‘n Sit. It is unclear if things have improved with the Sweetlife Edition.

The chair is definitely stable . Children can crawl in and out of it by themselves without it tipping over. However, the sides are quite short, which may cause your baby to fall to the side a bit.

Another reported issue is that the top is quite hard which may irritate your little one’s head.

This baby travel high chair can be used for children from 6 months up to 4 years (37 pounds). It is still big enough to be used even when your child outgrows the tray attachment. The travel booster seat with tray is available in light pink and turquoise.

The Original Edition

The original Summer Infant Pop n Sit is a very decent and popular kids’ portable high chair. The biggest issue is the seat straps that are sewn into the seating of the chair instead of the pack panel (which is misleading in the pictures!). This may cause discomfort for your child! If your little one is not a self-proclaimed acrobat, consider not buckling the straps, but keeping a close eye at all times.

This portable table high chair is available in green, blue, and pink.

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#2 Chicco Pocket Snack Booster Seat

  • easy push-button fold
  • height-adjustable (but might need another setting)
  • the tray is hard to put in place
  • can’t be used on the floor

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The folded dimensions are 14″x13″x2.5″ and it weighs only 6.5 pounds (2.9 kg). This is a cheap and good option when looking for a travel high chair. The dimensions make it even possible to put it in a suitcase for your international travels. An easy push-button fold makes transport as easy as it gets, as does the carry strap . Its compactness is one of the things parents like most about this chair.

The Chicco travel high chair has adjustable straps on the back and the bottom to easily secure it to a normal chair . Even though the company states that you can use it on the floor thanks to its anti-slip feet, you better not do this as there’s a big risk of tipping over. Many parents report that the chair is sturdy and stable although a few mention side-to-side tipping with a very active child. So, if you have a little acrobat on your hands, you might want to reconsider just to be safe.

The Chicco chair seat is made from thick and durable plastic , while its feet are made of metal , making them sturdy enough.

A 3-point harness helps to secure your little one, but unfortunately, the straps are white and non-detachable . This means they may get a little stained if your little one is a messy eater.

Thanks to three height and tray positions, it can grow with your child . However, it might need an extra setting , as there is a too big difference between setting 1 and 2. The highest position is too high for a toddler, but the low stand is too low for anyone under 3-4 years.

The biggest issue with the Chicco table high chair is its tray . While it is so small it cannot hold a regular baby plate, the tray has low sides as well, which may cause a toddler to drop everything off all the time. However, what annoys people the most is the fact that it is so hard to put in place . Especially when your child is already in the chair, it becomes an almost impossible task. As a side note: parents that were aware of this fact before buying the portable toddler chair, claim that it was easier than they thought.

The opinions about cleaning the Chicco booster seat for the table are divided. Many find it easy to clean, while others mention that there are too many nooks and crannies where food can get stuck.

The Chicco travel high chair seat can be used for children from 6 months (if they can sit up straight by themselves) up to 50 lbs . However, it is questionable how long it is comfortable. It might become too small over 35 pounds. It is available in light grey, lavender, and dark grey.

#3 Munchkin Brica GoBoost Travel Booster Seat

  • lightweight & compact
  • perfect for international journeys
  • long use (up until 50 lbs)
  • small storage compartment
  • difficult to clean
  • can only be used for 12 months

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The Munchkin Brica Goboost booster chair is the kind of travel booster seat for eating that you might consider packing for your international journeys . It comes with a convenient carrying strap , giving it the look of a diaper bag/shoulder bag.

As it folds down to 11″ x 11″ x 5.5″ (27.9 x 27.9 x 14 cm) you can easily fit it into your luggage . Furthermore, it only weighs about 2.5 pounds (1.1 kg), so you w on’t have to cut back on any of the essential travel gear for kids.

Most noteworthy is that it is not only a travel high chair, but it doubles as a diaper bag as well! The storage compartment is not that big, but it can hold a couple of diapers, wipes, a plate, and a bib. This way it doesn’t feel like you’re dragging around an extra item just for the sake of having a high chair booster seat.

Extra-grip pads on the bottom and the 3-point harness provide all the safety you want. Furthermore, the sides are high and while they are not super sturdy, they will still do to contain a squirmy baby. However, don’t ever leave your child unattended!

Three straps securely attach the portable baby feeding chair to regular chairs. The seat back strap is 28″ (71 cm) long, the strap under the seat is 48″ (122 cm) and the shoulder strap (which can be used both for carrying the booster seat and for strapping your child in) is 30″ (76 cm). Be aware that once you mix up the straps (and connect the wrong ends together), it is a very hard task to get them disconnected! Some parents report that the straps are not long enough.

The biggest con of this toddler travel high chair is that it is hard to clean . The fabric is not detachable, so you can’t put it in the washing machine. And unlike a plastic baby table chair portable you can’t wipe it down easily with a cloth. Because of this, it might easily get stained. To prevent this you can use a waterproof spray before the first use to make it a bit more stain resistant.

This travel booster seat is suitable for children from 12 months to 50 lbs . That’s why we love it as a toddler portable high chair as well!

Thanks to its long use and clever design, we consider this the best booster seat for the table!

#4 The First Years on-the-go booster seat for chair

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The First Years booster high chair is a great travel companion thanks to its compactness and super lightweight (only 1 pound or 450gr).

The feeding booster seat self-inflates with an adjustable height. The maximum height is 4″ (10 cm). Zipped shut it measures 9.75 x 11.75 x 3″ (24.8 x 29.8 x 7.6 cm). That additional height is great for toddlers, but would still be too low for a < 1-year-old .

Be aware that because of the self-inflating, there is always a risk of leaks . The base, however, is made out of foam so you’ll always be able to use that.

You cannot use this toddler booster seat for a table on the ground , because it needs the support of the straps to hold it up. That strap is 48″ (122 cm) long and ties around the supporting chair. One of the issues with this baby booster chair is that it nicely zips shut, but there is nowhere to go with the straps, so some people end up wrapping it around the booster chair for toddler cases.

Thanks to the safety belt with T-restraints your child can sit comfortably and securely while eating. But one of the main issues parents address is that it is not that sturdy and wiggly kids might even fall over! Other points of criticism are the lack of grip underneath , causing it to slide a bit around the chair, and the difficult cleaning .

The First Years dining booster seat is suitable for infants from 9 months up until preschoolers from 50 pounds (22.7 kg). However, the base of the child booster seat for the table is rather narrow , so it might not be comfortable for older kids.

#5 Hiccapop Omniboost Travel Booster Seat

The redesigned Omniboost features more safety features and convenience for families on picnics, camping, and indoor dining!

The Tahitian Blue booster seat comes in at 4.19 lbs and measures 15.71″ x 7.01″ x 6.89. ” The added weight measurement comes from extra safety and comfort features, such as the locking mechanism, increased width, and a broader stance. 

The bigger tray offers more surface area for meals and other fun activities! But you need to apply a tad bit of force to release the tray for cleaning. 

Thanks to the rear storage pocket, families can have extra storage for wipes and simple baby utensils ! But as a reminder, it comes with a massive reminder label . Also, if you use the booster seat on the ground, babies can easily reach the floor when they lean on the sides. 

The locking mechanisms keep the chair stable for babies 3 months to 3 years old, who can be wiggly and like to move at times. But the wider seating area may be inconvenient for babies who cannot sit or balance independently, even with the 3PT safety harness. 

With the added comfort and improved features, the Omniboost travel booster seat is still a favorite companion for being machine washable, easy to set up, and has a lifetime warranty !

The best fabric harness high chair

#1 my little seat travel high chair.

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The My Little Seat travel high chair is the perfect solution for parents who want to travel as lightly as possible, but would still like to enjoy some hands-free mealtimes.

First of all, it’s about as small as it gets. The travel high chair folds down to the size of a diaper and fits in a matching bag . In a couple of seconds, you flip it over a chair and you can put your baby in. The fabric folds down to 8″x1.5″x6″ and weighs only 2 oz.! So tuck it in your backpack and go!

With a 5-point harness and extra strong seams , your little one is safely tucked in. While it is fabric, it is washable and thus convenient to keep clean.

My Little Seat travel high chair can be used for children from 6 months to 35 pounds. It is available in 8 beautiful patterns and colors.

#2 Totseat Chair Harness

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The Totseat Chair Harness has all the advantages of a fabric harness travel high chair. Tie it easily around a chair, put your baby in and you can have lunch.

The machine-washable fabric fastens with quick clips instead of knots. Furthermore, the fabric goes up over your little one’s chest , adding to the safety the 3-point harness already provides.

With measurements of only 7.1″ x 5.2″ x 2.8″ (18 x 13.2 x 7.1 cm) and 9.1 oz (259gr), you can tuck it in a diaper bag or backpack anytime.

The Totseat Chair Harness works for children from 8-30 months and is available in 3 colors (blueberry, chocolate chip, and zest).

The best hook-on chair

#1 inglesina fast table chair.

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We are absolutely in love with the Inglesina portable clip on high chair.

First of all, the portable baby high chair seat for the table is 100% polyester, making it very easy to clean . The Inglesina high chair cover is removable and can be hand washed as well.

The twist-tight couplings are adaptable to most tables up to 3.5 inches thick (9 cm). As you can see in the pictures, the manufacturers of the portable hook-on high chair kept your baby’s comfort in mind, which shows in the lifted backrest and a firm seat.

As a parent, you’ll love this hook-on chair as well. There’s a handy rear pocket and the carrying bag is attached at the bottom of the seat. That way your child gets extra padding, you can’t lose the bag and you just pop it out and cover the clip on table high chair for easy transport.

Furthermore, the portable stool for travel only weighs 4.2 pounds (1.9 kg) and folds flat to 14″ x 17″ x 4″ (35.6 x 43.2 x 10.2 cm), so it’s great both for plane and car travel!

The Inglesina chair is suitable for children from 6 months up to 37 lbs (16.8 kg) and is available in 9 beautiful colors. If you prefer this portable highchair with a tray, you can buy it here . (#AffiliateLink)

#2 Mountain Buggy Pod Clip On High Chair

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The Mountain Buggy high chair is another hook on table high chair that you might want to use on your travels.

It is suitable for most tables ( up to 2″ thick ). The hook-on chair has an aluminum frame with padded back support and aluminum clamps with anti-slip grip pads .

Most noteworthy is that all that aluminum makes sure the travel high chair is extremely lightweight . It only weighs 2.2 lbs (1 kg)! Furthermore, it folds completely flat to 12.2″ x 13.4″ x 1.5″ (31 x 34 x 3.8 cm), which fits in a backpack or diaper bag . The accompanying carry bag makes transport and storage a lot easier.

The Mountain Buggy Pod is safety certified in Europe, USA, Canada, and Australia/New Zealand.

The Mountain Buggy Pod Clip on chair can hold children up to 33 pounds (15 kg) and is available in 3 colors (red, grey, and lime).

If you are looking for the smallest and most lightweight portable child seat, the Mountain Buggy is the best hook-on high chair you will find!

#3 Chicco Caddy hook-on chair

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The Chicco portable high chair is one of the most popular hook on chairs.

It is easy to attach to tables from 0.75 to 1.5 inches (1.9 – 3.8 cm) thick (and up to 5.5″ (14cm) with a table skirt – including the tabletop). You have to twist the rubberized arms to hold a firm grip on the table, but they are rather large (be careful not to bump your knee if you’re sitting close to your child).

The fabric of the seat can be removed and machine washed , which is great for messy eaters (aren’t they all?). Your little one gets a lot of support because of the cushioned high-back of the Chicco table seat, while the three-point harness will keep your child safe.

It is very easy to fold the Chicco clip on high chair down to a package of 14.4″ x 14.5″ x 4.7″ (36.6 x 36.8 x 11.9 cm). As this is not the smallest nor the most lightweight (5.75 pounds/2.6 kg), there are better options for international travel. However, it is still a great choice if you want a clip on baby chair for road trips, at the grandparents’ house, or for eating out in your hometown.

The Chicco travel high chair can be used when your baby can sit independently and up to 37 lbs (16.8 kg). The chair is available in 2 colors: red and a natural grey.

#4 VEEYOO CLIP ON TRAVEL HIGH CHAIR

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The Veeyoo high chair is one of the must-have travel companions for traveling families with toddlers today!

Enjoy family time with the lightweight clip on high chair anywhere in the world. You can hook the chair to most tabletops from 0.8″ to 3.4″ thick .

While most families worry about damaging tables and other family heirlooms, the Veeyoo clip on high chair comes with a rubber coating to prevent scratches and marks. Another impressive feature of the Veeyoo high chair is the 5-point safety harness that keeps your kids safe and in place.

The chair only weighs 5 lbs, and it folds to a 16.3″ x13″ x10.6″ size ! This makes it easier for families to store the chair in a carrying bag conveniently. It promises to carry babies at least six months old and weigh 33 lbs. The chair can be a little large and fit awkwardly for kids under 2 years old. But it is still easy to put together and install.

The machine-washable Veeyoo clip on high chair is proven safe for kids as it passed the ASTM F1235-18 certification standards . You can get the clip on chair in vibrant green color.

Why should I buy a Portable Travel High Chair?

You may be asking the same question yourself. And I know you may think it’s not worth it, but once you bring your child on a trip, you’ll realize bringing a portable high chair with you is a luxury that you won’t regret. Here are the reasons why.

  • Not all restaurants provide high chairs. Instead of wasting time finding restaurants that provide a high chair for your kid, you can bring your own and spend more time on your vacation.
  • It’s sanitary. Let’s be honest, some of the high chairs used in public restaurants can get really sticky (not cleaned thoroughly).
  • It’s more comfortable. Holding your child on your lap while eating and feeding them at the same time is not quite easy. Indeed patience is important as a parent, but you can also find ways to make things easier and more convenient for you as a parent (like using a travel high chair).
  • You can use them anywhere. Aside from restaurants, portable high chairs can be also useful at hotels or even at home.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Babs Rodrigus is the co-founder and main writer of Mums on FlipFlops . She is absolutely crazy about traveling – especially together with her wife and kids. Babs loves animals, chocolate (what did you expect from a Belgian?), reading, and writing.

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Kid Travel

The Best Portable High Chairs this Year (Tested)

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We researched and purchased thirteen of the most popular portable high chairs on the market. We tested each of them extensively based on their portability, design quality, cleanability, and usability to determine which highchair is the very best.

The thirteen portable highchairs we tested came in a variety of styles

Tested High Chairs

Recommended portable high chairs, hiccapop omniboost.

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Editor's Choice

Our Editor’s Choice award and top pick for the best portable highchair go to the hiccapop OmniBoost . It scored the highest in our extensive testing process.

Much like a standard camping chair, the hiccapop easily sets up by pulling outward from the legs. It snaps into place and rests comfortably on an adult chair. Safety straps fastened to the high chair attach around the back and bottom of the adult chair, securing it snugly. It took us just over three minutes to unpackage and set up this chair the first time. Each time after took less and less time.

The removable tray snaps easily into place and can be removed by holding down two buttons underneath and sliding it off. If you prefer to use the seat as a booster chair, the tray can be removed and the seat itself used at table height with a standard table.

The hiccapop Omniboost

A large benefit of the hiccapop is that it the blue seat material can be removed and run through a washing machine, and the tray is dishwasher safe. Though when we tested the chair with messy foods such as baby food and crushed-up crackers, it cleaned up very well by hand. There are very few cracks and crevices for crumbs to get caught, and the dark fabric helps hide any potential stains. The seat can be ordered in a few colors, though, if you prefer something different.

This high chair also comes with four “duck feet” – wider foot attachments that provide greater stability to the base if you want to use it as a floor seat or on a larger chair.

The hiccapop's "duck feet," which offer further stability on certain surfaces

The hiccapop can hold babies starting at six months old and kids up to 45lb. We had a 35lb three-year-old and a 24lb one-year-old test the chair and, though the one-year-old fit better, both children fit comfortably in the seat. The three-point adjustable straps can fit children of different sizes.

We were able to quickly disassemble the chair by pressing two buttons on the back legs and pushing the chair closed. A carry bag is included that the chair easily slips into, making for easy and convenient storage.

The compact hiccapop OmniBoost is an excellent portable seat for travel, and also a great option for home if you don’t want a full-size highchair.

  • Easy set up
  • Usable as child grows
  • Very portable
  • Dishwasher and washing machine safe
  • There are cheaper options
  • Pop out style not for everyone

Related Reading : Best Baby Car Sunshades

Regalo My Chair 2-in-1

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Recommended

The Regalo My Chair 2-in-1 is another excellent portable high chair that scored high in our testing.

Another pop-out style chair, the Regalo is very similar to the hiccapop OmniBoost with a few differences.

The Regalo sets up very quickly and easily. It took us around three minutes to unpackage and set up this chair as well. One difference between this chair and the hiccapop is that the Regalo does not snap into place when opening. Though it is very secure and will not collapse in on itself when opened all the way, the added security of the hiccapop’s button snap was nice. The Regalo also has safety straps that secure the seat to an adult chair from the back and the bottom.

The Regalo is not dishwasher or washing machine safe, so it can only be cleaned by hand. However, when we tested the cleanability of this chair, crumbs and baby food washed off easily with no noticeable staining. Unlike the hiccapop, the Regalo does have a cup holder on the removable tray.

We tested four pop-out style highchairs and the hiccapop OmniBoost and Regalo My Chair were easily our favorites. Both were very simple to set up, easy to clean, and very user-friendly.

We tested four pop out style highchairs

Pop-out, camping-type chairs like these offer excellent portability for travel, and their folding style makes for great storage whether on the go or at home. However, this type of chair is not for everyone. There are several other styles of high chairs and booster seats that also make great options.

Nuby Easy Go

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If you are looking for a different type of portable highchair than the camping chair style, we recommend the Nuby Easy Go .

A booster-chair styled seat, the Nuby Easy Go can attach to a kitchen or dining chair with straps securing around the back and bottom. Since this style does not include a tray, you can push the chair up to your table where the little one will feel included in the family meal.

This portable seat was very easy to set up, taking us only a minute and half. The seat felt very secure on the adult chair, and the three-point harness adjusted easily to fit both our one-year-old and three-year-old test subjects.

The Nuby Easy Go is usable starting at nine months old and up to 50lb.

Our one-year-old and three year old test subjects both sitting in the Nuby Easy Go

The Nuby Easy Go is very portable and disassembles by simply folding the chair back down and velcroing closed.

The lightweight Nuby Easy Go is great to take on vacation, to a restaurant, or use at home at your own kitchen table. When folded closed, it is small and portable and has its own carrying handle.

Though it is not machine washable, the polyester material is water resistant and easily wiped off when we tried to clean it.

The Nuby Easy Go is also a great budget option, only costing around $23 pre-tax – great to add to a baby registry or give as a gift.

  • Lightweight and portable
  • Budget friendly
  • Can hold up to 50lb

The majority of the chairs we tested were standard, familiar styles of portable highchairs, with a seat that attaches directly to an adult chair and many including a removable tray. There were a couple of options, however, that attached directly to the table itself.

Inglesina - Fast Table

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One of these options is the Inglesina Fast Table .

This chair attaches directly to a tabletop with two couplings that tighten to the table. The thick rubber material prevents scuffing and scratching.

Note that this kind of attachment is not practical for all table types. If your table has a hanging box apron that creates a table lip, there may not be enough room in front for the brace. If you can get the brace behind the box apron, it may block the leg holes of the seat. We ran into both of these issues in our testing process and had to try out a couple of tables before finding one that the seat would attach to.

Unfortunately, this does make traveling with the Inglesina more difficult as you don’t always know what kind of tables you’ll be using on the go.

Side view of the Inglesina - a great chair if you have the right kind of table

The Inglesina is a great space saver if you have the right kind of table to attach it to. It can be ordered with a removable tray, which may be useful when using at restaurants if you don’t want your child touching a potentially dirty table. However, since the seat attaches right to the tabletop, a tray may not always be necessary. You can also order the seat in a variety of colors.

Portability is another major plus for this particular highchair. The Inglesina comes with an attached bag that folds up into the back while the seat is in use but pulls out for the chair to easily fold into for easy storage.

The highest priced option we tested, the Inglesina priced out around $99, so before purchasing this portable chair, you’ll want to make sure it will be able to attach to your table.

The Inglesina comes with a three-point harness style of safety strap.

See our full review of the Inglesina Fast Table .

  • Great space saver
  • Doesn’t work on all tables
  • Handwash only

Portable highchairs can vary in price. Of the products we tested, prices ranged from $23 to $99 with an average price of around $40. Many of the products are usable for a couple of years of child growth, making them a worthwhile investment while still providing options for all budgets.

Things to keep in mind while choosing the perfect highchair for your budget are how long you plan to use the chair and how frequently. If you are buying a portable highchair to keep at a grandparent’s house or for infrequent travel or restaurant use, you may not want or need to spend a higher amount.

Product Price Performance

Why you can trust us.

Our team of professionals has researched hundreds of children’s products over the past seven years. We have used much of the baby gear ourselves as parents and grandparents.

Our team extensively researched the most popular portable highchairs on the market. After purchasing the products, we read multiple buyer’s guides to find out exactly what people are looking for when shopping for a portable highchair.

In addition, we read hundreds of critical customer reviews of the highchairs to learn common complaints. We based our extensive testing criteria on all of these findings.

We purchased all the products in this review at retail prices and did not receive any incentive or compensation from manufacturers. All recommendations and opinions are strictly our own.

How We Tested

Some of the most common buyer complaints we observed while researching portable highchairs were that they were difficult to install, difficult to clean, and not very stable.

Other common complaints were that the seats weren’t comfortable or they were too small.

Based on this information, we geared our testing criteria toward four different categories:

Design Quality (30%) Cleanability (30%) Portability (20%) Usability (20%)

We set up each of the highchairs, measuring just how easy or difficult the process was. We ran tests on how safe and stable they felt once set up, how easily they could clean, and how easy they were to disassemble and store.

We tested the size range and comfort of the high chairs with 1-year-old and 3-year-old test subjects.

Product Ratings, Tests and Specs

Testing categories, design quality.

In this category, we weighed how some of the specific design features of each high chair impacted the quality of the product. We measured the safety and stability of each chair, the comfort and adjustability of the harness and straps, the comfort of the test subjects, and age/size range the seat can hold.

Safety was the highest weighted portion of this category, contributing to 50% of the points allotted.

Here are the overall scores in the Design Quality category:

Side view of the ingenuity baby 2 in 1 portable high chair showing straps attached under the chair and to the chair seat back

A few chairs had additional safety features such as the hiccapop OmniBoost’s duck feet, or the Fisher-Price Space Saver’s five-point child harness with shoulder straps.

Many of the seats boasted size ranges of up to 35 or more pounds, and though we found that all that advertised those ranges could fit an older child up to that size, most of the seats are better suited for smaller kids. Our one-year-old test subject seemed more comfortable in some of the seats than the three-year-old.

In this category, we tested all of the highchairs on how easily they could be cleaned when hit with inevitable messes. We spilled a variety of messy foods such as yogurt, dark-colored baby food, and crumbled crackers on the trays and seats to see how difficult it would be to get everything cleaned up.

Some, but not all of the highchairs came with machine-washable components. Several of the trays were dishwasher safe and some of the fabric-based seats could be run through the washing machine. Seats with these benefits scored a few points higher due to their convenience.

We were pleased, though, that even the handwash-only products generally fared well against our messy testing process and wiped off pretty easily.

Some seats had cracks and crevices that could catch crumbs and be a little harder to clean.

The OXO Tot Booster had a few crevices that tended to trap crumbs

In this category, we tested each seat on how well it could be disassembled and stored.

Some, but not all highchairs came with storage bags, particularly the camping style chairs. Certain seats, like the Fisher-Price Healthy Care Booster, could fold down and use one of its own safety straps as a carrying handle.

Some of the seats were easier to disassemble than others. Certain seats, like the Fisher-Price Space Saver, we don’t recommend taking apart between uses because of the size and the need to remove screws to fully disassemble.

Most seats could easily fold up and be stored in a closet or fit in the trunk of a car for travel.

We found that the pop-out camping chairs generally were the easiest to store and travel with, most of them consolidating into a small, easy-to-carry bag or pouch.

The hiccapop OmniBoost zips into a small, portable bag

A portable product should not be complicated to use, so we focused this category on how easy each highchair was to use.

We timed how long each chair took to set up. Most were a very simple process of unfolding and strapping the seats to a dining chair. Only the Fisher-Price Space Saver required the use of additional tools.

Here is how many minutes each chair took to set up:

We found that the more straightforward the design of the seat, the easier it was to set up and use. Some products came in a few pieces that fit inside of each other for storage. Though the concept was indeed helpful for storage purposes, it did require a bit more effort to get the pieces separated and set up.

One seat, the OXO Tot Booster, had the adjusting mechanism for its straps within the seat itself beneath the cushion. Though this is an interesting concept, we found the tighter space made it more difficult to get the straps adjusted to comfortably fit to the adult chair.

The OXO Tot Booster adjustable straps lie underneath the seat cushion

Of all of the highchairs we tested, the Ciao Baby Portable Highchair and the Nuby Easy Go, two chairs that came in one singular piece, were the easiest to set up – both taking less than two minutes to install.

All of the highchairs we tested came with instructions for installation.

Portable High Chair Safety

We are not aware of any credible research on the safety of portable high chairs compared to standard, permanent highchairs, nor are we aware of any statistics directly related to accidents or injuries while using a portable highchair.

When testing these products, we did not feel that the designs of any of the highchairs were unsafe. All of them included straps or harnesses to secure children into the seat, and any that were meant to attach to an adult chair came with adjustable straps to safely attach the seat to the chair.

It is vital to carefully read the provided instructions when setting up a portable highchair to ensure that the seat is safely installed. Additionally, regardless of the safety measures taken by manufacturers, little ones should not be left unsupervised while sitting in portable highchairs.

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10 of the best travel highchairs and booster seats

Travel highchairs and booster seats are great for making eating out and about that bit easier. Take a look at our top picks tired-and-tested by parents

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A travel highchair, also known as a booster seat is a portable seat, designed to make feeding your baby or toddler easier whilst out and about.

With a booster seat there'll be no more balancing your child on your lap, trying to feed them a messy sandwich, whilst also trying to eat yourself. They aim to make going out for dinner, where you may usually worry about whether the restaurant will have suitable seating for your baby that little bit less stressful. With a travel highchair you can rest assured that there'll be safe seating for your baby or toddler.

Not only are travel highchairs and booster seats fabulous for when you're on the go, they're also great as an alternative to larger, bulkier highchairs for babies and toddlers , if you have less room.

Another great thing about booster seats is they include your child in mealtimes. As they get older they can sit around the table on their booster seat.

For more ideas to make eating and drinking enjoyable for your child, take a look at our roundup of the best plates and bowls for kids and best cups and beakers for babies and toddlers .

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To compile this list of best travel highchairs and booster seats we've asked parents to tell us all about the ones they use with their children.

Best travel highchairs and booster seats at a glance

  • Best budget booster seat: Venture Bubble Booster Seat, £19.99
  • Best for playtime: Mamas & Papas Baby Bud, £55
  • Best foldable seat: Chicco Pocket Snack, £19.99
  • Best for high maximum weight threshold: Ingenuity Baby Base 2-in-1 Seat, £40
  • Best for growing with your baby: Bumbo Multiseat, £66
  • Best for fun colours and prints: Cosatto Grubs Up, £69.95
  • Best for storage: Munchkin Travel Booster Seat, £24.99
  • Best for toddlers: Bumbo Booster Seat, £48.50
  • Best fabric harness: Totseat Seat Harness, £24
  • Best for short trips: Baby Polar Gear Booster Seat and Placemat, £19.99

Types of travel highchair and booster seats

Travel highchairs – a bit like the seat part of a highchair, minus the long legs. They sit on top of a dining chair and are strapped on. They can be folded to a compact size for portability.

Booster seat – much like a travel highchair, it straps onto a dining chair. You can get either foldable or unfoldable booster seats. They're designed to give your child a boost in height so they can reach the table.

Clamp-on seats – a seat that attaches to the table’s edge, rather than the chair.

Fabric seat harnesses – a piece of fabric you put around your baby with clip restraints that fasten at the back of a chair. They're easy to fold, but don't give your baby any additional height to help them reach the table.

What to consider when buying a travel highchair

Age suitability – travel highchairs and booster seats tend to not be suitable until 6 months and some backless ones may only be suitable for older toddlers. Make sure that the one you choose is age appropriate for your baby or toddler.

Maximum weight – much like age suitability, consider whether the travel highchair can hold the weight of your toddler. Also, if you want it to last a long time, think in advance, if your toddler is already nearly the maximum weight, it might be a good idea to choose a different one.

How long will your baby or toddler be sitting in it? – you need to think about how long your child will be sitting in the travel highchair. If it's a long time then comfort is key and you may need one that has padding or some kind of cushioning.

How you will have to carry it around – as it's a portable highchair this means you will be carrying it around with you. Bear this in mind when choosing which one you want. You may have to squeeze it into your bag, in which case, a fabric seat harness would be a good shout. However, you may be able to carry it around in a buggy basket.

Do you want up-to-the-table feeding? – you may be buying a travel highchair to have your child dine with you at the table. If you want up-to-the-table feeding a clamp-on seat ensures your child is table height. For up-to-the-table feeding it's a good idea to have a removable tray, that way the tray doesn't get in the way of the table.

Do you need height? – if you want to give your child some height, consider how much. Booster seats are a great option for boosting your child that little bit higher. However, as previously mentioned, if you want to ensure they're table height, a clamp-on one is your best bet.

Where are you going to use it? – Do you plan on using the travel highchair at lots of different places? If so, you need a flexible one that's suitable for different chairs and tables.

Safety – Always follow the manufacturer's instructions and use the harness. Keep reading at the bottom of this article for expert advice on how to use a travel high chair or booster seat safely.

How did we choose our 10 of the Best?

Best travel highchairs and booster seats, 1. venture bubble booster seat, £19.99, – best budget booster seat.

Venture Bubble Booster Seat with picture of kid sitting in it

Age suitability: 6+ months | Maximum weight: 15Kg | Colours available: Blue, coral, grey, yellow

The Venture Bubble Booster Seat has an ergonomic design and a 3-point baby harness to secure your baby in. Its long adjustable chair straps mean it can be attached to different seats.

When it comes to cleaning, it can be wiped clean and the removable tray component can go in the dishwasher. The removable tray is telescopic and has 2 adjustable distances. If you wish to use the booster seat as a way to reach the table, simply remove the tray.

Additionally, the tray comes with 2 highchair toys that can easily be removed.

The bright and bold plastic booster seat was a hit with our home testers who felt it was a great budget option. Tester Susan said, "overall we thought the quality was great and the seat feels very robust, secure and easy to use." It fastens to a dining chair with fabric straps, and has a harness and removable tray.

The colourful design with its little toys definitely appeals to toddlers, with MFM home tester Rachael saying, "my son loved this seat and was excited as soon as we unpacked it." Some testers commented on the fact there's no cushion, which could make it uncomfortable for long periods of time (if you're lucky enough to have a toddler who'll stay seated for more than 10 minutes). They also advised you check the dimensions carefully as it won't fit all chairs perfectly.

Pros: Good value, removable toys, dishwasher safe tray,

Cons: No cushion, does not fit all chairs perfectly

Available from: Amazon , Venture , Tots and Lots

2. Mamas & Papas Baby Bud, £55

– best for playtime.

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Age suitability: 6+ months | Maximum weight: 15Kg | Colours available: One design- white and grey

The Baby Bud is a table top feeding and booster chair that has four clip-on, non-slip feet that can be adjusted to three different height settings to fit to a variety of different chairs and tables. The cushioned seat insert can be removed as your child grows, to increase the longevity of the seat.

There's a safety harness to keep wriggly toddlers safe, and a removable tray. As an added bonus, you can also buy an activity centre to place on top of the tray to keep your baby occupied while food is being prepared.

To make carrying it around with you easier, it has a carry handle.

MFM home tester Maggie, mum of 3 year old said, "it lasts really well, my 7 year old can still fit in it without the insert, definitely worth the money we spent on it". She likes that it attached to a chair and you can either use the tray or have them pulled up to the table. She joked "the only trouble we had was getting the middle child out of it ready for the third".

Pros: Safe, sturdy, comfortable, easy to wipe clean, comes with attachable tray

Cons: Big, bulky, doesn't fold, expensive

Read our MFM review of the Mamas and Papas Baby Bud

Available from: Mamas & Papas , Boots and Amazon

3. Chicco Pocket Snack, £19.99

– best foldable seat.

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Age suitability: 6+ months | Maximum weight: 15Kg | Colours available: Blue, grey, purple, orange

An award-winning compact booster seat, the Chicco Pocket Snack is easy to assemble and comes with adjustable straps and a base with multiple height settings designed to fit a variety of chairs. It also has a safety harness to keep baby wobble-free.

The Pocket Snack tray clicks on and off in three positions, and it has a cute spoon and fork design on the seat unit. The booster seat is highly recommended by our MFM reviewer, Katherine who said it offered "wonderful value for money" and claimed, "at home, it’s replaced the old highchair."

It is also recommended by MFM home testers. Hayley uses it with her 3 year old and said, "it's brilliant for at home and for visiting family/friends too". Cat also loves it, "it's fantastic, I just binned the highchair and use this for my 10 month old". Finally, Louise was "very pleased with her Pocket Snack for her 15 month year old".

Read our MFM review of the Chicco Pocket Snack

Pros: Compact, comfortable, simple to adjust, lightweight, easy to clean, good value for money

Cons: Fiddly to wrap up the straps when transporting

Available from: Very , Boots and Amazon

4. Ingenuity Baby Base 2-in-1 Seat, £40

– best for high maximum weight threshold.

Ingenuity Baby Base 2-in1 Seat

Age suitability: 6+ months | Maximum weight: 22.68Kg | Colours available: Cashmere, peacock blue, pink, slate, ultramarine green

The Ingenuity Baby Base 2-in-1 Seat is great for if you want to keep using your booster seat for a long time as it has a higher maximum weight than most of the others on this list.

The seat is wipeable, as is the removable tray. The safety harness keeps your baby secure inside the seat whilst the adjustable straps secure the seat onto a dining chair.

This seat can grow with your baby and toddler, like the Mamas & Papas Bud, this too has a removable cushioned insert.

One thing this seat has that not all the others on this list do is, a removable tray that stores neatly under the booster seat. This means you won't be searching high and low for the tray when you've removed it, it can be stored tidily together.

MFM home tester Kelly-Anne, mum of little girl said, "it's brill, I like that it has a toddler attachment that can be removed so older toddlers can use it too".

Pros: removable storable tray, toddler attachment, high maximum weight

Cons: Big, bulky, doesn't fold

Available from: Amazon , Argos and John Lewis

5. Bumbo Multiseat, £66

– best for growing with your baby.

Bumbo Multiseat

Age suitability: 6+ months | Maximum weight: 15Kg | Colours available: Slate grey, mimosa, hemlock, cradle pink, cool grey, pink, powder blue | Awards: Silver – Weaning and feeding product, MadeForMums Awards 2022

The Bumbo Multi Seat comes in a large variety of colours for you to choose from. However, that's not the best thing about it. This seat grows with your child. It has two adjustable height settings to accommodate your growing toddler. It can be used as a floor seat, or it can be used as a booster seat when attached to a dining chair. Finally, as your toddler grows, it has a foam cushion which you can remove to allow for your child to fit.

This chair is convenient in other ways too; it has retractable chair straps, a removable tray which can be stored away at the back of the chair. When the cushion insert is removed, this can also be stored inside the seat.

Our home tester Gail, mum of 2, said, "“Overall, this is a great booster: really easy to fit into chairs, stylish, well-made, and super-easy to clean: very important for a mum. I also loved how the padded cushion tidies inside the seat so it won’t get lost."

Pros: storable removable tray and cushion insert, retracting straps, lots of colours, versatile, easy to clean, adjustable height

Cons: Bulky, expensive

Available from: Amazon , UberKids and Kidly

6. Cosatto Grubs Up, £69.95

– best for fun colours and prints.

Cosatto Grubs Up Highchair

Age suitability: 6+ months | Maximum weight: 15Kg | Colours available: Unicorn land, dragon kingdom, strictly avocados

Cosatto is known for its cute prints and fun baby kit, and the Grubs Up high chair is no exception. It's a clip-on seat that fastens to most tables and countertops, it comes in a number of adorable prints including avocados and eggs, dragons and castles, and pink unicorns.

But it doesn't just look cute, it also comes with a smart design that features an adjustable safety harness and a vice-style hold to keep it safely attached to the table.

It's also lightweight, folds up flat and comes with its own carry bag, making it a great portable chair to take with you on the go. MadeForMums writer Gemma has used this with her toddler son and loves how easily it folds down, and how quick it is to set up. "It looks great, feels sturdy and attaches quickly and easily. My son always seemed comfortable and very secure in it, and often asked if he could use it at home. The only downside is it won't work on glass tables, or round ones."

The seat is removable and machine washable in 30° hand wash setting, so it's easy to clean up any messes. The plastic "arms" can be easily wiped clean.

The Cosatto Grubs Up also comes with an industry-leading-4-year- guarantee.

Pros: Lots of fun designs, lightweight and folds up, machine washable

Cons: Can only be clamped to a rectangular table, expensive

Available from: Boots , Amazon and Cosatto ,

7. Munchkin Travel Booster Seat, £24.99

– best for storage.

Munchkin Travel Booster Seat

Age suitability: 12+ months | Maximum weight: 15Kg | Colours available: Blue

The Munchkin Travel Booster Seat transforms into a portable carry bag. It has room for storing essentials such as, bottles, nappies, snacks and more.

Even though it can be used for storage, this does not affect its ability of being a great travel highchair. It's got a stable internal frame and Xtra-Grip traction pads to prevent your child from slipping off chairs and increasing the stability. Its 3 point harness also secures your child into the seat.

The material is durable and easy to clean and it folds neatly with a convenient carrying strap.

MFM home tester Elisa, mum of 5 year old boy said, "we use the Munchkin portable one with the pouch in the bottom to store bits in because we could use that when we went out too and he was always comfy in it". MFM home tester Kirstie, mum of 2 girls also used the Munchkin Booster seat, "It's good, the storage space in the bottom is handy if you're taking it out". Robyn, another MFM home tester added, "it can all go in the washing machine too as the hard bit comes out".

Pros: Has great storage, very portable, easy to clean, good value

Cons: Only one design/colour

Available from: Amazon , OnBuy and Munchkin

8. Bumbo Booster Seat, £48.50

– best for toddlers.

Bumbo Booster Seat and picture of little boy sitting on it

Age suitability: 18+ months | Maximum weight: 15Kg | Colours available: Hemlock, cradle pink, cool grey | Award: Editor's Choice – MadeForMums Awards 2022

Designed to be used with toddlers over the age of 18 months, the Bumbo Booster seat can be quickly fastened to your dining chair, allowing your child to eat with the rest of the family. It's made from a slightly squishy but very strong foam-like material that feels comfy for the child and wipes clean easily in case of spills, it also won't scratch your furniture.

Due to its lightweight design, it is easily portable and easy to carry, but it doesn't fold down so does take up some space in a car boot or buggy basket.

MadeForMums writer Gemma tested the seat with her 2-year-old son and said, "Now he's older and tall enough, we've got rid of the high chair completely and just use the Bumbo booster seat. He seems really comfortable and will sit in it for play and craft time as well as meals. He's even learned to climb up onto it himself."

Pros: Comfortable, wipes clean, doesn't scratch furniture, lightweight and portable

Cons: Expensive, have to be 18+ months to use

Available from: Scandiborn , Amazon and Kidly

9. Totseat seat harness, £24

– best fabric harness.

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Age suitability: 6-30 months | Colours available: Denim blue, fruit, jungle

The Totseat falls into the fabric seat harness group. It’s light and compact because it’s made of fabric, and can be folded down into a small pouch, ready to be thrown into your handbag/change bag/buggy basket for a quick mealtime solution while out and about.

The harness is made of 100% cotton and is machine washable.

It's easily adaptable to fit all dining chairs, even wonky ones and it's really straightforward to use.

The harness complies to international standards that ensure its safety as a child support. Our MFM reviewer gave the seat four out of five stars for safety, style and value for money.

Pros: Should fit all chairs, folds up into a small pouch, machine washable

Cons: Does not give your child any height to reach the table, no tray, no padding

Read our MFM review of the Totseat seat harness

Available from: Amazon and Totseat

10. Baby Polar Gear Booster Seat and Placemat, £19.99

– best for short trips.

Baby Polar Gear Booster Seat and Placemat and picture of little girl sitting in it

Age suitability: 12+ months | Maximum weight: 15Kg | Colours available: Hot air balloon

Folding down into a light and portable shoulder bag, the Baby Polar Gear Booster Seat comes with its own matching placemat and is great for keeping in your buggy or travel bag for a quick on-the-go solution for mealtimes. It fastens on quickly and easily with fabric straps, and has a harness for safety.

MFM home tester Amanda said, "the product is great to be able to take [kids] out for dinner or to family and friends houses who don't have high chairs, so you can all eat together." Home tester Sarah said, "This product is extremely handy and makes my life easier," and praised its budget price tag and ease of use. MFM home tester Sarah liked that it, "fits nearly any chair and is lightweight".

However it's worth noting that it may not be the best option for older toddlers and pre-schoolers. Amanda had concerns about the recommended age range and said of her 2-year-old daughter, "the straps didn't fit round her shoulders properly, like she had already out grown the seat."

Pros: Light and portable, comes with matching placemat, good value

Cons: Can grow out of it quickly, may not be great for toddlers/pre-schoolers, have to be 12+ months

Available from: Amazon

How to use a travel highchair or booster seat safely

We asked Dr. Harvey Karp, a paediatrician and child development expert who promotes children's rights to a healthy and safe environment, if he has any safety advice for using a travel high chair or booster seat. This is what he advises:

"Whether your child is in a regular highchair or a travel highchair, it needs to be sturdy, so they can't easily tip over. So when you're securing a travel highchair to a kitchen chair, that chair needs to be sturdy too.

"Whenever your kid is in their travel highchair, always utilise the child safety straps, including the crotch strap. Never forget to secure the safety straps that attach the booster to the chair it's sitting on. Before placing your child in the travel highchair, double, triple, quadruple check that the seat is fastened securely to your kitchen chair. You shouldn't see any movement in the booster highchair when properly fastened.

"Don't place your travel highchair near the counter or the table. Just one hard push against these surfaces can tip the chair right over.

"Never leave your child alone in a highchair, travel highchair or not.

"If you're considering using a travel highchair that hooks onto a table, they may not work well with round, thinner or lightweight tables. The table must be heavy enough to support your child's weight without tipping over and make sure it securely locks to the table. Once attached properly, there should be zero movement and your child's feel should not be able to reach the table support where they could push against it and dislodge the seat.

"Be very diligent about checking the age and weight limits before placing your child in a travel highchair".

Summary of Dr. Karp's safety advice

  • Make sure the highchair is sturdy
  • Utilise the child safety straps
  • Secure the safety straps to attach the booster to the chair
  • Check the seat is fastened securely
  • Don't place travel highchair near the counter or table
  • Never leave your child alone in a travel highchair
  • Make sure the table can support your child's weight
  • Make sure it's securely locked to the table (if using a clamp-on seat)
  • Make sure child cannot reahc table support with their feet
  • Check age and weight limits

Can you put a booster seat on a folding chair?

Dr Karp advises that you "Don't place your child's travel highchair on a folding chair. It's simply too unstable and risky."

When can I use a booster seat instead of a highchair?

"If it has a five-point harness, it's likely safe for babies who are old enough to sit upright in a regular highchair. But again it's very important to check the age and weight requirements before using," advised Dr. Karp.

All the booster seats included in this list are not suitable until at least 6 months. If your baby cannot sit upright by themselves they should not be using a booster seat.

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13 of the Best Travel High Chairs for Babies + Toddlers

The best travel high chairs? Not exactly the most thrilling of topics… until you start travelling with your little one and realise how crucial they can be!

Travelling with a little one of any age can add some stress to your trip, and the last thing you need to do is figure out how they’re going to eat their meals. Sure, you could have them sit on your lap, and that’s fine every once in a while but doing that every meal while you’re away isn’t that fun. Trust us.

We think travelling with our little boy, Baby B, is really important for his development and our own sanity! You can read more about why you should travel with a baby here.

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Why do you need a travel high chair?

Once you’re eager to travel and thinking about packing you may be considering a travel high chair. While it has been fun at times to see all the different styles of highchair wherever we’ve travelled, it also hasn’t always been ideal!

There’s nothing worse than arriving at a planned stop (or unplanned!) to find either they have no highchairs, they are not age-appropriate or worse, they are so badly looked after that you spend a pack of baby wipes cleaning up 6 months worth of baby food.

These are extreme examples of course but when you travel as much as we have sometimes it is just easier taking your own travel high chair so that you eat where ever you choose rather than being at the mercy of such a small thing.

Travelling with a high chair may not suit everyone. It very much depends on how you’re travelling but also how much you are able to take with you. Many won’t fit in a carry on bag for example or aren’t suitable to take camping/use outdoors.

The first thing you need to consider when thinking about your purchase is where will you be using it and how will you get it there. 

This might mean you end up having a couple of different options, which we is what we did too. Something light and packable for overseas travel, and something a bit sturdier for visiting family/friends and road trips. 

Here we list some of our favourite travel high chairs but also some that you may be curious about and that we know friends have used. Anything to take that extra stress away from travelling with a little one!

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Different types of travel high chairs

Solid booster seats .

A booster seat does exactly what it says. It’s able to attach to most normal chairs and it’s the perfect way to give your little one a little security as they try and eat with you. These may not be suitable for really young children but are a great way to help a toddler feel included at mealtimes.

Another aptly named seat, these travel highchairs “clamp-on” to the edge of the table creating a seat at the perfect height for the majority of tables. Again these may not be suitable for very young babies or older toddlers or for the more nervous parent but they work very well and are relatively easy to travel with.

A foldaway travel high chair is a lighter or smaller version of a normal high chair. They can be slightly bigger and bulkier than other types of travel high chairs but some would say more stable as well.

These work very well and maybe more suitable for smaller children as they generally offer more support and have their own table. However, do check the size and weight to be considered from a travel point of view, they shouldn’t hinder your trip!

Probably the most space-conscious travel high chair option! The fabric high chair folds down to a very small size and fits snugly over the back of a normal-sized chair creating a safe attachment to support your little one.

Again, works for a slightly older baby with good head and neck control, the fabric high chair allows for the chair to then be pushed into the table to allow the family to eat together. We found this a great option for overseas travel and days out because it fit in the nappy bag.

Yep, you read that correctly, you can also find inflatable travel high chairs! They tend to take the shape of an inflatable cushion that works as a booster. Only you will know if this will work for you. Baby B doesn’t tend to sit still long enough to find this helpful just yet but we’re working on it! 

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Things to consider when choosing a travel high chair

Portability.

How and where you’re travelling or at least the way you travel the most often should be the focus. Plane, train or automobile? Each of these forms of transport throws up their own requirements. Will your chair be for daily use, weekly or just for the family holiday each year?

We travel predominantly by car as we explore Scotland and the UK so we have the luxury of looking at the slightly bulkier travel high chairs (find more tips about road trips with a baby here ). We also travel abroad often and love our fabric high chair for its ability to just be thrown into the suitcase! 

Obviously, this depends on your own budget and like many baby products there seems to be no ceiling to the amount companies are happy to charge.

However, read up on the products you’re interested in and compare prices with similar products, You’ll soon get a grasp of the average price. There’s no need to spend more for no reason.

This, of course, is crucial. We spend time before each purchase checking reviews both on Which? and on Mumsnet to see what issues other parents may have had. There will always be negative remarks and you will have to draw your own conclusions. 

One thing to remember is that travel high chairs generally are for little ones 9 months or older who are able to sit up by themselves. Make sure the high chair you choose not only is suitable for the age of your child and the stage they’re at but also is able to grow with them as they develop further!

We’re a big fan of a gadget but being easy to clean is a real game-changer for us. For those more fraught meals where food ends up everywhere but inside your little one you need to be able to get into every nook and cranny. Make sure you check for the ease of cleaning as well as feedback on using the chair itself.

If it seems too complicated then look into it further. For example, you’ll need to feel 100% confident in clamping the chair to a random table to then be able to sit and enjoy your meal together. 

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The best travel high chairs

Polar gear go anywhere booster seat.

This seat is perfect for bigger babies and toddlers as it straps to any chair for easy grab-and-go travel. It folds into a messenger bag and even has a 5-point harness.

  • Packs down into its own carry case
  • Suitable for large kids
  • Only weighs 1.5 pounds
  • Carry case means that it counts for luggage when travelling if you can’t fit it in your suitcase
  • Not suitable for younger or smaller babies

Check the price and more features here

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Chicco Pocket Snack

This travel high chair attaches to the top of any dining chair and is suitable for children who are under 50 pounds and can sit up on their own. It’s all plastic, but it’s compact and a bit more sturdy than the compressible cloth chairs.

  • Comes with a carry strap
  • All plastic outer pieces mean it’s easy to clean
  • Folds up into your luggage
  • Not too expensive
  • 3 adjustable heights
  • Adjustable tray table
  • Not suitable for bigger children

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Phil & Teds Lobster High Chair

This small, compact portable high chair attaches with clamps to any table and includes a 4-point safety harness. The setup is super-quick and the chair itself is suitable for smaller babies.

  • Small and packable – fits into its own carry case or nappy bag
  • Dishwasher safe food tray included 
  • Secure clamps
  • Easy to set up and has a 5 point safety harness
  • Easy to clean as the fabric slides off the frame
  • Not suitable for all types of tables (see product details)
  • Limited to use up to 37 pounds only
  • On the more expensive end of travel highchairs

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Bumbo Baby Sitter and Play Tray

The combo floor seat and play tray baby bumper is a simple, yet effective chair. It is essentially a booster seat with no moving parts and no cloth for easy cleaning. The shape is made to fit the baby’s posture, promoting healthy sitting habits.

  • Simple, no set up required
  • Very stable
  • Easy to clean (although see point below about the tray)
  • Comfortable for children still learning to sit steady
  • Limited uses as it’s not as easy to take with you, although we have taken this on road trips
  • Straps can be awkward on some chairs 
  • No packability
  • Tray table can get dirty so be sure to flush it out fully in case food/liquid gets inside. Some people have drilled holes in the back to help!

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Tomy Freestyle Three-in-One Booster

This tiny, no-frills booster seat is about as basic as it gets. Simply open up the seat and go. An ideal choice for those looking for a small booster seat without any bells and whistles.

  • Folds into itself
  • Simple design
  • Kid-proof buckles
  • Difficult to open one-handed
  • Not suitable for smaller children

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Sit n Style Compact Folding Booster

A great booster seat for larger babies that includes a removable, dishwasher safe tray for easy cleaning. Folds flat for a more compact on-the-go storage option. Not everyone loves the tray design, but you can still use the booster without it.

  • Simple set up and easy storage
  • Straps to an adult chair
  • Carry handle 
  • Straps are separate from high chair
  • Tray design isn’t the best – flimsy and difficult to use for some

Pod Mountain Buggy

Another clamp-on style high chair that works well on a variety of surfaces and is suitable for bigger babies. Easy fold-and-go storage, with an included carry case, makes this a great choice for travel.

  • Cloth seat removes for easy cleaning in the washing machine
  • Small and compact (2.2 lbs) for easy travel
  • Padded back for comfort
  • Doesn’t work on all tables – tables over 2 inches thick are difficult to clamp safely
  • Some parents thought the seat is a bit flimsier than other similar highchairs, making it tough to remove children

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Ciao Baby Portable Highchair

Like a foldable camping chair for kids, the Chai Baby Portable High Chair comes in a variety of colours and is well-suited for outdoor use, and like a true high-chair, it sits a bit taller than the other chairs in this review and folds up accordion style.

  • Great for camping, road trips, and outdoor pursuits
  • Safety latches keep the chair stable
  • Standalone, no need for another chair
  • Fabric is quick-drying, although it doesn’t come off to clean
  • Soft tray slants towards your child
  • Isn’t suitable for plane travel
  • A bit heavier and bulkier than some other options

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Totseat High Chair

A unique take on portable travel chairs, the Totseat High Chair slips over a conventional adult chair to provide support for your kiddo. At £25 it is a semi budget-friendly portable high chair option that can be taken anywhere. 

We own this seat and have taken it all over the world, it really has been an excellent buy! 

  • Compact and easy to use – stores in your suitcase or a daypack easily
  • Works for smaller babies who can hold themselves up
  • Easy to clean by washing
  • Might not fit all chairs as easily
  • Not suitable for larger kids

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Summer Infant Pop ‘n’ Sit

Another tiny camping-chair style booster seat, this chair folds up in a superfast for easy grab-and-go travel. It includes a removable dishwasher safe tray and a three-point safety harness. Can be attached to another chair to use at table height, or used on the ground if you’re somewhere like the park or the beach. 

  • Easy fold-and-go and comes with carry case that fits the chair and tray
  • Works well for children under 35 pounds
  • Indoor and outdoor use
  • Not easily washable although does wipe clean
  • Straps can be awkward on older children

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This deluxe folding high chair has a variety of bonus features that make it a great choice for outdoor use. It includes a cushioned seat along with a sunshade, tray and carry bag.

This travel high chair is adjustable as your child grows, fitting from 3 months up to 75 pounds. The feet are angled for stability and there are 8 points of contact with the ground, which is much higher than many other travel high chairs for outdoor use. 

  • 5 point removable harness
  • Lots of added features for outdoor use, including sun canopy
  • Comes with a carry case and folds up easily
  • Not as lightweight or compact as some other outdoor chairs
  • Lower to the ground and not suitable as a booster seat
  • Some people find the drink holder too small for their child’s cup
  • More expensive

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Another clamp-on style travel high chair! This table chair clasps quickly to virtually any table, including curved tables, for a quick seat suitable for travel.

Suitable for smaller kids and available in a variety of colours, the sleek design makes for a great addition to any baby travel essentials. There’s even a storage pouch in the back.

The deep seat and higher back than some other clamp-on chairs add increased security and comfort. 

  • Fits almost any table
  • A deep seat and high backrest
  • The outer cover is removable and machine washable
  • Pocket on the back to the seat to store utensils etc
  • Compact and simple to store with a built-in carry bag
  • 3 point harness as opposed to the 5 points of the Phil & Ted’s Lobster
  • Carry bag doesn’t have a shoulder strap
  • Can be a process to remove all the parts to wash
  • Doesn’t come with a tray although you can purchase one separately

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Concord Lima

The Concord Lima travel high chair folds down quickly for a small booster seat with a harness and tray. Its quick storage helps to make set up and take down a breeze. It isn’t as easy to travel with if you’re planning on walking around with it and you wouldn’t take it as hand luggage on a plane for example, but it’s suitable for more leisurely trips.

  • Folds up for quick storage
  • Easy to set up
  • Lightweight but robust
  • Doesn’t work on bench seats or seats with thick padding
  • Tray table can be a bit small
  • Not almost perfect table height but tray table makes up for this

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Consider how you will need to transport it and how often you will be using it to make sure that your purchase suits its purpose. You may find that you don’t need one at all but we have found it really handy to always have the ability to sit Baby B comfortably wherever we find ourselves, be it in a local cafe, on a visit to grandparents or halfway around the world. 

We have swapped between a bumbo-style seat and fabric travel highchair and found those worked in most situations for us. However, we also have friends who have used the camping-style foldable chairs and clamp-on with success too!

Let us know what you decide!

Sonja and Phil x 

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Sonja is from New Zealand but now lives in Scotland with her husband and two little boys, after having lived in 5 other countries along the way including the USA, Australia, Canada, and Spain. Travelling has always been her passion and she has now made it her full-time job and worked in the industry for the last 8 years. She shares her living abroad experiences and best tips to make your travel experiences the best they can be!

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10 Best High Chairs to Elevate Your Little One in Comfort, Safety, and Style

By Steven John

Illustration by Lizzie Soufleris

10 Best High Chairs to Elevate Your Little One in Comfort Safety and Style

All products featured on Architectural Digest are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission.

Finding the best high chairs for your family can be more complicated than you might expect. “Can’t be that hard!” you say, perhaps, adding: “All the thing needs to do is let your kid sit safely at table height, right?”

Right, that is, essentially, the high chair: a safe, elevated seat for a kid. 

But what constitutes safety varies depending on your child’s age and size. Plus, dining table height will range from table to table. Kids also grow—so the proper height is always relative. And what if multiple kids will use the high chair, both from day to day (think  grandma’s house , e.g.) or over the years? Do you want a high chair that’s perfect for your precious first child right now, or one that’s adaptable enough to be used for the long haul by kids of differing ages and sizes?

Then there are questions of function; is this high chair supposed to get your preschooler kid right up to the table so she can eat with the family, or is it providing a standalone spot for a toddler who’s slopping around at mealtimes with complete abandon? Do you need a high chair with a tray? One that can accommodate infants? A foldable highchair that packs away?

Next, consider looks, because frankly speaking a lot of high chairs don’t look that good. As in… they’re eyesores. Which is not good, given that some high chairs are suitable for use until kids are well into their elementary school years.

And yes, budget is another huge factor. Sometimes it’s worth it to spend a good chunk of change on a versatile high chair you’ll have in the family for years to come, while at other times you may opt for a perfectly decent and affordable high chair that costs less than a family meal at a casual restaurant.

If you’d like to get straight to our top picks, click the links below. If not, let’s discuss the factors you’ll want to consider before adding to cart.

  • Best High Chair Overall : Stokke Tripp Trapp ( Buy Here ) 
  • Most Stylish High Chair : Bloom Fresco High Chair ( Buy Here ) 
  • Best High Chair for Grandma's House : Nuna ZAAZ High chair ( Buy Here ) 
  • Best Folding High Chair : Joovy Nook High Chair ( Buy Here ) 
  • Best Travel High Chair : Toogel Hook-On High Chair ( Buy Here ) 
  • Best for Small Spaces : Stokke Clikk ( Buy Here ) 
  • Best Booster Seat : OKO Tot Nest Booster Seat ( Buy Here ) 
  • Best Budget-Friendly High Chair : IKEA Antilop High Chair ( Buy Here ) 
  • Best Easy-to-Clean High Chair : Boon GRUB Hugh Chair ( Buy Here ) 
  • Best Baby High Chair : 4moms Connect High Chair ( Buy Here ) 

How We Selected the Chairs Included

Without fail, we have tested (and trusted) products from every brand featured here, and in most cases, we have used these high chairs with our own kids. As in seven out of 10 of those featured. We’ll make it clear which ones we know firsthand and which are featured thanks to surveying other parents and doing deep dives of research, but suffice it to say this: We’d be comfortable with our own children using any of these high chairs.

That said, our experience confirms not every option is the best high chair choice for every kid. Which is why we’re featuring 10 choices instead of just writing an ode to one absolute best high chair.

Some of these chairs are great choices for babies and smaller toddlers, while others won’t work until kids are a bit older. Some are charming in looks but a pain to clean, thus a bad choice for messier eaters. Some are bulky. Some are space-saving and portable. Some are pricey and some sure aren’t. 

Things to Consider Before Buying

Okay, so before we share our recommendations for some very fine high chairs indeed, let’s talk about you some. Or about your home and your sense of style and such, because these factors—and budget—are critical when it comes to choosing the right high chair.

We’ll start with arguably the most important and certainly the most cut and dried thing to consider: age.

If your child is too young to sit up safely, meaning without slouching over and without letting her head loll to the side, then there are actually very few high chairs safe and suitable for use, and you may need to wait for a while before getting one. (Back to cradling a baby with one hand and eating with the other for you!)

On the other hand, many kids will surpass the height and/or weight limit of some high chairs before they can fit in a regular dining chair, so shop with care if you want to avoid also needing a booster seat at some point.

People with small spaces beware: Many high chairs have a surprisingly large footprint, occupying a good deal more space than the standard dining chair you may use yourself. Make sure to carefully note the dimensions of any high chair you are considering and measure that out in your kitchen , dining room, and living spaces, and also note whether or not the high chair can be easily folded down or disassembled.

Several of the high chairs on our list are perfectly suitable for bringing along with you outside the home, as they fold up, disassemble, or are already compact. Others, meanwhile, would be terrible choices for mobile use. If you don’t want to buy two high chairs but you will need one away from home on the reg, study the types of high chairs wisely.

One of the high chairs on this list costs $600. A few are in the high $300s. Others are in the $100–200 hundred range. One costs $30. And that $30 one? It’s safe and trusted the world over. So, budget won’t be a roadblock here at all—it’s just a point of consideration. 

So that $600 high chair we just mentioned? It’s a work of art. Seriously, it almost looks like a concept piece that belongs in a MoMA installation. The $30 one? Not so much. Many of the high chairs featured here look great, many look much more functional than stylish. It’s up to you to weigh your level of concern with how well a high chair complements (or ravages) the aesthetics of your home—and the price you put on it.

How Long Do Kids Use High Chairs?

Before we talk about the specific chairs we recommend and what makes them the best high chairs given different circumstances, let’s talk about the high chair in general, namely about when kids can (and should) be using one.

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According to  VeryWellFamily , most kids are able to start using a high chair at around six months of age and should use high chairs  through about 18 months of age, at which point most toddlers are ready to transition to a booster seat. But frankly, that’s a wild oversimplification of things. For starters, some six-month-old babies might not be ready for a high chair—it’s imperative the child can hold their head upright with ease before they are placed in one.

And second, because of how adaptable and convertible high chairs can be, many are still perfectly suitable for use by kids much older than 18 months. Indeed, some of the chairs featured here can be configured for use by big kids and, in one case, even by adults.

Once your kid can safely sit up and seems to want to be seated at table height, that’s the right time to start using a high chair. And your kid can keep on using their high chair until one of two things happens: he or she exceeds the weight limit, at which point safety dictates you retire the chair, or the kid asks to move to a different seat, at which point you should switch to a booster or, if your child is large enough, to a regular chair. (Which will happen faster than you believe when you look back on it all!)

Okay, the groundwork is laid: Now let’s talk about a few of our favorite high chairs in detail.

The Best High Chairs and Why We Love Them

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Tripp Trapp High Chair and Cushion with Stokke Tray

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This is our all-time favorite high chair. It’s the only high chair that we have used with more than one child at the same time, having had two Tripp Trapps in different configurations at one dining table. The Tripp Trapp has attachments that allow it to safely accommodate an infant, it can be fitted with a tray insert for toddlers, and it has straps, seat cushions, and a five-point harness that can be removed as kids age. The seat and the footplate (it’s bigger than a footrest) can both be lowered as a kid gets bigger, and eventually the footplate can be removed entirely so the Tripp Trapp can convert into a chair the “kid” can use well into their teen years and, if they want to, into adulthood too. The initial assembly may briefly flummox those who rarely build anything, but if you have any IKEA-style chops, you’ll be fine. And once you get the hang of it, you’ll be popping out the adjustable seat and footplate and getting them comfy with ease.

  • Pros: Amazing age range, minimal footprint, easy to adjustment seat and footrest height
  • Cons: Expensive, straps can be frustrating to use

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Bloom Fresco High Chair

This high chair is simply stunning with its mix of midcentury-modern style and space-age flourishes. Its presence is commanding in the room yet it nonetheless manages to have a subtlety thanks to its graceful curves. It comes in flashy colors including luxuriant metallic finishes. And yes, for those looks, you’ll pay top dollar. But you’ll also be getting a high chair that’s easy to adjust height- and pitch-wise, and one that makes it easy to bring your little one right up to the table. The Fresco can be used by newborns and will still serve well into the toddler years. Just note that other options on our list can safely seat kids for several years longer than this one. If you just love its looks—like we very much do and our own home—then go for it, we’re just pointing that out because this Bloom Fresco is an investment and you need to make sure the returns are worth it.

  • Pros: Great looks, easy height adjustment, safe for use with newborns
  • Cons: Very expensive, heavy

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Nuna ZAAZ High Chair

The ZAAZ from Nuna is a great choice for the home where lots of different kids will need a high chair at different times—a.k.a. grandma and grandpa’s house. It’s durable enough for use by lots of kids and it is easily adjustable in order to accommodate kids of varied sizes. We have adjusted this chair to go from use by an 18-month-old to a three-year-old in a matter of seconds thanks to the easy-to-remove tray and the seat that slides up and down effortlessly. You (and the grandparents) will also appreciate that the chair is easy to wipe down, and that’s even true of the air foam cushion, which sheds spills and resists stains. This chair will also be welcome in any home where aesthetics are prized, as it has interesting, gently curving lines and comes in several mature color options, if you’ll allow us to use the word “mature” when discussing kids’ high chairs.

  • Pros: Durable construction, wide age range, ease of cleaning
  • Cons: Expensive, heavier than most high chairs

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Joovy Nook High Chair

The Joovy Nook is a bit ironic: When set up, it actually has a very large footprint, with legs that splay out to 24 inches wide and 32 inches from back to front, so it may be a tight squeeze in a smaller home. But the Nook is easily collapsible, taking up very little space when packed down and able to be tucked in a closet or under a bed, or brought along in the car. Deployed, as it were, a Nook can secure babies as young as six months thanks to its safety harness system, and it’s sturdy enough for kids to use until they weigh around 50 pounds. And while the Nook may not be a stunner, it’s a solid chair at a very good price. (Note that there is also a wheeled version of this Joovy high chair called the  Nook NB that allows for very easy movement around any room with a hard, smooth floor, and that can be used for newborns as it can fold back into a reclined position. It costs more, but it’s a bit more capable too.)

  • Pros: Good price point, folds flat for storage, dishwasher- and washing machine-safe components
  • Cons: Crevices collect food bits, no seat height adjustment options

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Toogel Hook-On High Chair

Two things make this a great travel high chair. First, it can be quickly, easily, and safely secured to just about any type of table. And second, it packs down flat for easy storage when you’re home and don’t need it. Toogel’s hook-on high chair can be used by kids from six months of age up to three years, and even after your kids have outgrown it, you’ll be glad you hung onto the chair for when guests with little ones come over. And while you’re using it for your own kid, you can choose their (or your) favorite color, because this hook-on portable high chair sells on Amazon in a surprisingly wide variety of colors. Note that cleaning this one can be a bit of a pain, as only hand washing is recommended, but we happen to know of several people who have run the fabric portions through the washing machine plenty of times with no real issues to speak of.

  • Pros: Great portability, washable materials
  • Cons: Not suitable for use with many table designs, low weight limit

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Stokke Clikk High Chair

This is a full-size, well-made, durable high chair that can be used daily for years and years but that also easily disassembles and tucks away, so it’s great for apartment life (and decent for travel too) or for any home where space is at a premium. Assembled, the Clikk has a sleek and minimalist design that will meld with your home’s décor—especially because the chair comes in half a dozen colors and has both natural and black wooden legs as options. And it manages to look sleek and minimal despite the fact that it can accommodate kids weighing as much as 33 pounds. Anyone who prizes a clean home will also appreciate the fact that this chair wipes clean easily. Finally, the chair’s simple, crisp lines allow the Stokke Clikk to take up only as much floor space as a regular dining chair, so again, it’s a fine choice for rooms/homes tighter on space.

  • Pros: Ergonomic design, easily disassembles for travel or storage, stylish
  • Cons: Straps tangle easily, prone to sliding on hard floors

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OXO Tot Nest Booster Seat with Removable Cushion

This durable booster seat turns any standard dining room chair into a high chair in a matter of seconds. Its dual straps wrap around the back of and under the seat of a chair, ensuring a snug, secure fit, while three-point safety straps keeps kids securely strapped into the Tot Nest itself. The seat cushion can be removed as needed for thorough cleaning, and the rest of the booster is easily wipeable with a damp cloth or paper towel. And not that it matters nearly as much as safety and comfort, but this chair comes with cushions in several different colors, including rather on-the-nose gendered shades of pink and blue and also in a neutral gray or a brown. 

  • Pros: Highly portable, wide age range, wipes clean
  • Cons: Not suitable for 6-month-olds, straps too short for larger kids

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IKEA Antilop High Chair

What can we say here other than the fact that this high chair costs $30? Okay, actually, we can say that it’s quick and easy to assemble. Disassembling it for storage or transport is also quite easy. Oh, and that it has a removable tray that, when detached, lets the chair sit snug against the table. And it wipes clean easily. And it can support kids up to 33 pounds, just like several options that cost hundreds more. If you have ever eaten at an IKEA with your kids, then chances are good they have already sat in an Antilop high chair, as this is the exact chair you’ll find in IKEA dining rooms all around the world. Sure, it’s cheap, but if it’s good enough for, like, everyone, then it’s a fine choice for your family. It’s certainly one we have trusted time and time again.

  • Pros: Amazing price, easy assembly, lightweight
  • Cons: Difficult to remove tray, no footrest

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Boon GRUB Hugh Chair

Got a particularly messy little eater there in your family? Then the aptly named Grub chair from Boon is a very good choice—this chair was made with messes in mind (or mitigating messes, we should say). First, the entire chair was designed not to have nooks, crannies, and crevices where crumbs, gobs of baby food, bits of fruit, cereal pieces, and other foodstuffs can become lodged. Second, the cushion can be detached and is completely machine washable. And third on the clean front, the tray and even the entire seat can be detached and put in the dishwasher for deep cleaning and sterilization. It’s also worth noting that this chair can be adjusted to three different height settings (and the footrest can be adjusted five times) so the seat can accommodate kids of varying ages, even ending up as a little desk chair sized properly for preschoolers. 

  • Pros: Easy to clean, converts to chair, adjustable footrest
  • Cons: Tray hard to attach/remove, huge footprint

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4moms Connect High Chair

Far too many high chairs can’t be slid right up to the table. This can be due to a large tray that bumps up against the tabletop, due to legs that stick out far in front of the high chair’s seat, or by a combination of both. This 4moms high chair does have a tray, but it can be quickly released and lifted away with just one hand. And while the rear legs stick out pretty far, helping ensure the chair is stable, the front legs slope down at a steeper angle and the chair sits almost right above them, so the Connect can be slid right up close, putting baby there at the table with moms, dads, siblings, and so on. And because the seat can recline, this high chair can accommodate smaller babies. It will continue to work for kids for many years, too, what with three height adjustment points and 60-pound capacity.

  • Pros: Safer for smaller babies, multiple adjustment points, one-hand tray removal, ‎dishwasher-safe tray liner
  • Cons: No footrest, large footprint, pricey

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Best Portable High Chair For Travel

This guide will help you decide on how to choose the best portable high chair for your family. Our easy-to-read comparison table shows you all the main features and what to look for.

When you’re traveling, it’ll for sure knock your routine out the window. But, when you are traveling with children, we know that routine is even more important than a home, so trying to instill just a little ‘normality’ into proceedings is vital.

Sleeping and eating are probably two areas of life in which children need stability, i.e., they need to be in familiar surroundings to sleep ( which is why we suggest these ) and eat as you want them to.

When you’re traveling, familiarity is difficult. Still, you can help them by ensuring they use equipment they are comfortable in, know well, and feel secure using.

Several types of portable high chairs or booster seats you can use for eating, and these certainly tick all those familiarity and comfort boxes!

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What Is A Portable High Chair?

A portable high chair is a portable seat that you take with you on your travels and that you use to feed your little one or keep them contained when needed.

The idea is that by having a familiar eating situation, your child will eat as they usually would without upsetting what can sometimes be a problematic routine situation, especially if your child is a fussy eater.

Best Portable High Chair Reviews

1. phil & teds lobster highchair.

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This is a top-quality high chair. It is incredibly lightweight and compact, making it fantastic for those on the go. The seat has an aluminum frame for strength, while a padded back section provides comfort. The seat attaches to the table with clamps and pads that are non-slip, fitting a table that is 0.8″ upwards to a maximum of 3.75″ thick. This portable travel high chair is fantastic for children between three months and three years, mainly because it accommodates a weight of up to 37lb, meaning it will grow with your child.

  • Lightweight and compact
  • Aluminum frame for strength
  • Attaches with clamps and non-slip pads
  • Suitable for children from 3 months to 3 years and up to 37lb

Why this is the best portable high chair : Grows with your child

Why you should keep on looking : The back section may not support your child’s back or neck as well as you might like

2. Inglesina Fast Table Chair

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This particular chair is lightweight, compact, and available in nine different colors. The seat clips onto tables, up to 3.5″ in thickness, and closes down flat, so you can easily take it with you on your travels. The backrest lifts for comfort, while the seat is padded for your child’s comfort. There is a pocket at the rear of the chair for carrying any items you need, and the cover is removable and can be hand-washed. This particular product is ideal for children from six months of age up to 37lb.

  • Perfect for travel as it closes down to a very compact size
  • Available in nine colors
  • Clip-on design that accommodates thicknesses up to 3.5.”
  • Backrest is adjustable
  • Seat is padded
  • For children from six months of age, up to 37lb in weight

Why this is the best lightweight, portable high chair : Ultra-compact and easy to take with you

Why you should keep on looking : Not the greatest age range regarding how long you can use it for

3. Mountain Buggy Pod Clip-On Highchair Flint

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This portable high chair is a clip-on variety that attaches to tabletops of 1.8-4.5cm in size. You should never use this type of seat on glass tables, but this is a highly recommended, safe, and effective travel feeding chair for regular tables. This is also a reasonably priced product in three different colors, which can accommodate a child from three months to three years, weighing up to 15kg.

This means that it will certainly last you the test of time. The seat is lightweight, at 1.5kg, and it is a wipe-clean on the surface so that you can deal with any spillages.

  • The clip-on mechanism that suits most regular tables
  • Accommodates a child from three months to three years, weighing up to 15kg
  • Available in three different colors
  • Wipe clean surface for hygiene

This is the best clip-on highchair : It can quickly grow with your child, as it will last up to three years of age, provided your child isn’t over 15kg.

Why you should keep looking : While this chair is lightweight, it isn’t the lightest option available.

4. Bumbo Booster Seat

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Bumbo has a vast range of products, all with high reviews, making it an ideal brand for those who want guaranteed quality. This particular portable booster seat for eating gives your child a comfortable place to eat and has extra height so they can easily reach the table. The harness has a three-point design, so your child can’t wriggle out. Moreover, it is also effortless to clean in a wipe-clean fashion. The seat is very lightweight, too, which is ideal for travel. It is available in five different colors.

  • Available in five different colors
  • Wipe clean; easy to keep clean
  • The booster seat design gives height to the table
  • Three-point harness for safety

Why this is the best toddler travel high chair : Easy to clean and very lightweight

Why you should keep on looking : Suitable for older children, e.g., toddlers , so if your child is younger, this isn’t going to be suitable.

5. Ciao! Baby Portable Travel Highchair

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This baby travel high chair is a stand-alone type of portable high chair. You don’t need to put the seat together, as it already comes assembled and is very lightweight, weighing just 8lb. The included carry bag makes it easy to transport the seat, and you can use it up to three years of age, making it very flexible. Besides travel, it is also suitable for use at home if you want to ensure your child is familiar with their surroundings before heading off on your travels.

  • Stand-alone design that can be transported in the included travel bag
  • Lightweight design, weighing just 8lb
  • It can be used for travel, at home, or in the garden
  • It can be used up to three years of age

Why this is the best travel chair for young children : Very lightweight design, making it easy to move around with you

Why you should keep on looking : Slightly bulkier than the clip-on designs available

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6. safety 1st easy care swing tray booster seat.

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  • Booster seat design
  • The removable tray is dishwasher safe
  • Accommodates children six months to four years old
  • Three height level adjustments
  • The backrest is contoured for comfort
  • Included cup holder

Why this is the best portable feeding chair : The tray feature is perfect for keeping little ones amused and for feeding

Why you should keep on looking : If you don’t want a booster type of seat

7. My Little Seat Travel High Chair

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This My Little Seat infant travel high chair is highly rated and attractive too! The seat comes in eight patterns and designs and is a low-priced option. This is only suitable for babies up to 35lb in weight who can sit upright independently without support. This is a harness style of seat, so your child will sit on the chair as expected, but the seat gives them a cushion on the back, a harness to keep them in place. The seat attaches to the chair and has a five-point harness for extra safety and strength. Because this is a fabric travel high chair, it is machine washable.

  • Available in eight attractive designs
  • Accommodates babies who can sit up on their own, up to 35lb
  • Five-point safety harness
  • Machine washable for cleaning and hygiene
  • It helps your child feel independent
  • Ultra-portable and lightweight for travel

Why this is the best portable high chair : It wraps up small and weighs virtually nothing

Why you should keep on looking : Some parents don’t like the idea of a harness and prefer more in the way of a structured design.

8. Guzzie & Gus G+G200 Perch Table Chair

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This is another bolt-on/clip-on table chair that is very highly rated and comes from a big-name brand. The seat is made of poly-cotton for durability and easy cleaning, and the chair can hold a child up to 37lb. The clamp has a 10cm clearance margin from the table and can accommodate a table up to 3.75″ thickness. There is an included travel bag with the purchase, so you can easily store the chair and move it around to your heart’s content. All reviews state that this chair is effortless to use.

  • Bolt-on design that is strong and durable
  • The clamp has 10cm clearance and accommodates tables up to 3.75.”
  • Easy to use
  • Included travel bag
  • Fabric is removable and easy to clean
  • Accommodates a child up to 37lb

Why this is the best portable high chair : Reviews all rate it very highly in terms of durability

Why you should keep looking – Only one color option is available – this might be an issue for you!

9. Munchkin BRICA GoBoost Travel Booster Seat

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This particular booster seat is sturdy and durable, so it receives many high reviews. Available in just one color option, blue and black, this seat also includes storage, where you can keep diapers and other items you may need while you’re out and about. The chair folds down into a compact size and has a carry strap for you to move it around. The material removes and is easy to clean, and the sturdy harness keeps your child safe and secure. The seat has a strap to hold it onto the surface and non-slip pads so you can be sure that the chair is going nowhere.

  • Strong and durable
  • Easy to travel with, collapses down, and has a carrying strap
  • Easy to clean outer materials
  • Straps to hold the seat in place and non-slip pads
  • Safety harness for your child
  • Storage section underneath the seat
  • Accommodates a child up to 50lb in weight

Why this is the best baby booster seat : Strong and can accommodate a larger child

Why you should keep on looking : Slightly bulkier than some other chairs, purely because of the storage section

10. The First Years On-The-Go Booster Seat

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This First Years travel booster seat is a very low-priced booster seat, making it a fantastic investment, mainly because of the quality you are getting. The seat zips down into a handy travel-sized box and self-inflates into a chair where your child will certainly be comfortable. The seat is made of plastic, so it is easy to clean and has a carry handle on the outside. The safety belt is adjustable, and there is also a T-shaped harness to hold your child in place, accommodating a child up to 50lb from nine months of age.

  • Made of plastic for easy cleaning
  • Zips down and self-inflates
  • Carry handle makes it easy to transport
  • Adjustable safety belt and T-shaped harness
  • Accommodates a child from nine months up to 50lb in weight

Why this is the best portable high chair : Meager price for the high quality

Why you should keep on looking : Some users prefer a much sturdier chair

11. Chicco Pocket Snack Booster Seat

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This Chicco travel chair is another low-priced option and one that is ultra-transportable. Available in three different colors, this is a booster seat with fold-down legs that adjust to three different heights. This chair is suitable for children up to 50lb in weight, so it grows with your child, while the tray on the front of the seat also adjusts to another three positions. The feet are anti-slip and non-marking, and the safety harness has three points to hold your child comfortably in place. The tray is removable, and there is an included cup holder too.

  • Removable tray and cup holder
  • The tray is adjustable to three positions
  • Feet are adjustable to three heights
  • It collapses  down easily and is lightweight for travel and storage

Why this is the best portable high chair : This chair grows with your child

Why you should keep on looking : The feet on this chair do make it slightly bulkier, but only slightly

12. Totseat The Washable Squashable Highchair

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This harness-style highchair attaches to the chair and straps your child in with a safety harness. This is padded and high quality in several different designs, all for a meager price. You can easily adjust the harness for your child’s comfort, and it is also machine washable, folding up very small for travel ease. Concerning versatility, this chair attaches to virtually every chair, so you don’t have to worry about whether or not it will fit. This chair is suitable for children from 6-30 months, but your child must be able to sit comfortably on their own to use it.

  • Compact and lightweight for travel
  • Accommodates children from 6-30 months
  • It fits almost any chair

Why this is the best portable high chair : Very versatile

Why you should keep on looking : It has a low age range in terms of how long you can use it for

13. Chicco Caddy Hook On Chair

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This Chicco travel high chair product is available in a few standard colors and boasts high-quality reviews. We know that Chicco is a brand name you can trust, which gives you confidence in your purchase. The chair is a bolt-on version, and the seat is made of nylon, which wipes clean for ease of use. Weighing just 7lb, this is ideal for travel and easily fits onto tables with a 5.5″ thickness. The chair folds flat, so you can easily fit it into your travel bag, while the harness is four-point and very secure.

  • A brand name you can trust at a good price
  • Wipe clean material
  • Folds flat for travel ease
  • Durable harness
  • Bolt-on mechanism fits tables up to 5.5″ thickness

Why this is the best folding travel high chair : The brand name gives you confidence in your purchase

Why you should keep on looking : Not a huge number of extras included

14. Yochi Travel High Chair 3 In 1

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The big perk about this particular product is that it is multi-functional. It turns into a safety harness and a portable high chair. This means that it grows with your child, making it a cost-effective choice. The high chair is a harness type. It attaches to a chair and holds your child in place via a soft, padded harness. Another perk is that the product is super-lightweight and fantastic for travel. You can easily take it anywhere with you on the go. The material is also machine washable, so you don’t have to worry about spillages and mess.

  • 3-in-1 functions, which make it ideal for growing with your child
  • Cost-effective
  • The material is machine washable
  • Lightweight and compact for travel

Why this is the best portable high chair : Very versatile and will grow with your child

Why you should keep looking : If you don’t like the idea of a harness and prefer a booster seat.

15. Fisher-Price Healthy Care Deluxe Booster Seat

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Everyone knows Fisher-Price, and that means, again, you’re getting quality and confidence. Fisher-Price products are tested to high safety standards, which is always incredibly important. This booster chair attaches to any surface with a strap and non-slip pads. There are three height adjustments available for your growing child. There are front and rear straps to keep your child secure, and, on top of all that, the tray is also dishwasher safe. The seat wipes clean, and the tray removes, so you can quickly get inside to clean appropriately.

  • A big-name brand for confidence
  • Three height adjustment levels
  • Attaches to any surface
  • The removable tray, which is machine washable
  • Front and rear straps for safety

Why this is the best portable high chair : Three height adjustments to grow with your child

Why you should keep looking : The seat isn’t padded, and some may find this uncomfortable.

16. Hiccapop Omniboost Travel Booster Seat

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This versatile booster seat can be used on your travels or even if you simply want to spend a day out in the garden! The harness is padded and comfortable for your little one, with buckles that adjust as your child grows. The folding frame opens easily and folds down small to allow you to store it away with ease. The swivel tray that clips onto the front can be moved from side to side and is also dishwasher-safe for cleaning. There is a pocket on the back that can be used to store feeding apparatus and bibs, and there is also a carry bag to keep everything in one place. 

17. Baby to Love Pocket Chair 

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To ease feeding your little one, simply attach this cloth seat to a chair and buckle your child in – you’re good to go! The cloth is lightweight and reverses if you don’t have time to clean it straight away. It folds up quickly and can fit into a changing bag with ease. Equipped with a three-point harness, including a belt and straps, the seat has a padding section on the back and the bottom, allowing your child to be comfortable and stay still while feeding them. Ideal for babies on the go! 

18. Benbat On The Go High Chair Booster Seat

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This booster seat is ideal for families who travel or simply want a super-versatile seat and can be used in various situations. With a cute blue and white decor, the seat is a 3-in-1, which can simultaneously be used as a storage bag. The seat has a solid outer shell to keep it protected while moving around, and the harness is a 3-point version, so your child will remain safe and still while using the seat. You’ll also find a storage section in the back so that you can fit all your necessary bits and bobs inside. It’s also effortless to clean!

19. Summer Infant Pop And Sit Portable Booster

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This is the perfect booster seat to help your child feel like part of the fun with a funky outer design! The chair has a folding frame, which is easy to put up and take back down again, and is super-lightweight, so you can easily take it with you on your travels. The tray is detachable and can be safely put in the dishwasher while also concluding a three-point safety harness to ensure your child isn’t going to escape while your backs are turned!

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20. Baby Delight Go With Me Chair

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Choose from six different colors in this versatile and lightweight, stand-alone chair. With a built-in sun canopy, this is an ideal option for travel and days out in the garden. Ideal for a child up to 75lb in weight, the chair can grow with your child’s; you don’t have to keep purchasing new items to accommodate their new size. The harness is a five-point design that keeps your little one safe and secure, and there is also a removable tray, which is dishwater safe. A carry bag is included, so you can carry the seat wherever you go. 

Have Questions About How To Choose The Best Portable Travel Chair

No, problems, we have compiled the most common portable kids’ travel chair questions and give you the answers! First things first, there are a few different types of travel chairs to take into consideration.

A Travel High Chair

This is the part of a highchair that the child sits in, without the legs. It sits on the top of a chair with your child strapped in.

Foldable Booster Seat

This type of travel baby chair also attaches to a seat; It can also be used as a general seat and for eating. The booster conveniently folds down for travel ease.

Clamp-On Seat

This type of chair bolts onto the table’s edge, with the seat in mid-air. Totally safe, of course!

How Does A Travel Chair Compare To A Regular Chair?

The main perk of choosing a portable high chair is in the name: it is portable. A regular highchair is usually lightweight, but it doesn’t fold up easily. This doesn’t make it the best equipment for moving around from place to place. On the other hand, a portable high chair can be taken with you on your travels because it folds up small and is lightweight. This gives your child a familiar place to sit while eating their meals .

Why Is A Portable Booster High Chair Good For Travel?

We’ve covered this already, but a portable high chair is fantastic for travel because of its lightweight nature and compact fold. Again, your child will react more favorably to being in a seat to which they can be accustomed before you leave.  

What To Look For When Buying A Portable High Chair

When buying any new equipment, you need to research, and a portable high chair is no different. Make sure to read several best travel booster seat reviews.

Types, Wraps, Booster Or Hook-On

How does the seat attach to the table? All are safe and widely used, but you might feel better with a particular type of attachment. Some parents don’t feel particularly comfortable with a wrap style, but others have no problems. Boosters are widely used, as are hook-on styles. It’s a case of finding the best option you and your child are comfortable with.

This should be at the top of your list. So, check out the safety features of your particular product of choice and plenty of feeding booster seat reviews for more information.

How easy is the seat to clean? If your child is eating, there could be spillages, and there may be a mess. Therefore, if you can find a portable high chair that wipes clean or one that has material you can remove and wash, this is a major plus point.

Can you use the seat as carry-on luggage, or do you need to put it into your suitcase as checked-in baggage? This may be an issue if you’re not planning on booking a bag for your travels .

Ease Of Use

How easy is the chair to use? Does it bolt on or attach easily? This is something that reviews will tell you. A time-consuming installation is not something you need when you’re in a rush to feed your child!

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Thinking about traveling for the first time with your toddler and what a wonderful experience it would be? Then you may need a few essentials, including a high travel chair. Though you may not need it until you actually make that trip with your toddler, travel high chairs are practical and quite needed if you wish to have good memories when traveling with your kid. The reason why we’ll be sharing with you some of the best travel high chair options around.

A high travel chair can make traveling with a young child that much easier, whether traveling to faraway places or to the restaurant down the road. Think about it: having your own traveling high chair means that you have more options for restaurants, rental accommodation, and hotels.

As you can see, finding the best travel high chair is something you don’t want to mess up. With many options in the market, it may seem a bit of an overwhelming task. However, when you know what you’re looking for, the possibilities become clearer. Check out below some of the best travel high chair options available in the market now.

Best Travel High Chair FAQ’s

Why should you get a travel high chair.

  • Babies and toddlers actually love them. Most children always preferred having their own seat rather than sitting in their stroller or perched on their knees.
  • Safety. Traveling high chairs are safer than makeshift boosters.
  • Peaceful eating. You don’t realize how nice it is to eat with two free hands until you have a toddler on your knee, preventing you from using them both.
  • Another big plus of having your own traveling high chair is having more options for restaurants, rental accommodation, and hotels.

What styles of travel high chairs can you find?

  • Unstructured, fabric travel high chair (harness chair). Unstructured travel high chairs made of fabric are the most portable of all solutions.
  • Clip-on travel high chairs. Unlike fabric high chairs, these do not use the restaurant chair but clip directly onto the table edge, meaning your child has pretty much zero wriggle room and, therefore, zero chances of slipping down outside of the chair.
  • Foldable travel booster seats for tables. These are a ubiquitous and trendy choice for travel high chairs as they are more versatile than clip-on ones and reasonably small when it comes to portability.

Interested in other types of baby high chairs options to choose from? Find out everything you need to need and pick the one that best suits your needs.

What features to look for when choosing a travel high chair?

  • Age-appropriate. Traveling high chairs and booster seats are for babies and toddlers who can sit unattended, but they have different age specs depending on style and material.
  • Size when closed. The whole point of a high travel chair is to be portable and nonintrusive while on the go.
  • Versatility. Check the shape of your chairs and tables first if you intend to use the high travel chair also during home.

Best Travel High Chair Options

Summer deluxe comfort folding booster seat.

The Summer Infant Deluxe Comfort Folding Booster Seat is a convenient, comfortable solution for eating in-home or on the go. The machine washable cover provides additional comfort and support for your little one.

The infant feeding seat with a tray and 3-point safety restraint system transforms into a toddler booster for use at the table. Chair straps are included to secure the booster to the chair.

The Deluxe Comfort Folding Booster Seat features 2-levels of height adjustment for your growing baby. The ultra-compact folding design allows for portability and storage.

Travel high chair: summer deluxe comfort folding booster seat

  • 2-in-1 Feeding Seat
  • Height Adjustment
  • Compact Fold

Traveling is a breeze with this baby chair; the fold-flat closing system was designed for easy setup and hassle-free operation. The optional dining tray accessory features deep borders surrounding the eating surface to help keep food on the tray and snaps easily onto the Fast Table chair’s arms.

This baby high chair will allow for a quick and easy mealtime, whether at home or on the go and includes an integrated travel-friendly carry bag.

Travel with legendary Inglesina style and fine Italian design, this table chair features simple twist-tight couplings and is compatible with most types of tables, and leaving them scratch-free. The Fast Table Chair is comfortable, too, featuring a lifted backrest, firm seat, and fabric-covered wide tubes.

Travel high chair: inglesina fast table chair

  • Collapsible
  • Easily washable
  • Included carry bag

Nuby Easy Go Safety Lightweight High Chair

The easy-go booster seat from Nuby is an ultra-light, compact portable Booster seat that’s ideal for on-the-go families. The Easy Go Booster Seat is made to go where you and your little one go. The lightweight design conveniently collapses for travel.

Made of coated nylon, the durable easy-go booster seat features adjustable safety straps and a 3-point harness, ensuring your little one is safe and secure. Nuby always keeps safety and comfort in mind. The Easy Go Booster seat has removable foam padding for customizable comfort for your child.

The easy-go booster seat is stain-resistant and neatly folds together for easy cleaning and traveling. Made of durable, easy-to-maintain material. The water-resistant polyester wipes clean with ease.

Travel high chair: nuby easy go safety lightweight high chair

  • Adjustable straps
  • 3-point harness

Summer Pop’ n Sit Portable Highchair

The Summer Pop’ n Sit Portable Highchair is the perfect chair for your little one. Whether you need a high chair for dining at a restaurant, a chair at the park, or even a seat at home.

This highchair is your all-in-one solution. Use as an activity seat to entertain the baby or use as an elevated booster seat at the table. Cleanup is easy with the machine-washable fabric and the removable, BPA-free, and dishwasher-safe tray.

Featuring an innovative pop and fold design that sets up in seconds, a compact fold, and included carry bag, the Pop ‘n Sit Portable Highchair is easy to bring with you on all your adventures, both indoors and outdoors.

Travel high chair: summer pop ‘n sit portable highchair

  • Compact fold
  • Easy cleanup

Planning a day at the beach, a weekend camping, a visit to Grandma’s house, going out to dinner, or spending an evening at home? OmniBoost will conveniently, comfortably, and safely provide the perfect space for the baby to sit, eat, and play.

With folding frame pops open and compactly folds down for travel. The rear pocket for bibs and spoons, plus a shoulder carry bag for sanitary storage, make the Omniboost the ideal travel booster chair.

Keep your child fully secured with hiccapop’s gentle restraint system, ergonomically designed to keep even the most wiggly toddler in place and cozy. Plus, the buckles are quickly released using only one hand.

Travel high chair: hiccapop omniboost travel booster seat

  • Comfort safety harness
  • Removable swivel tray
  • Travel friendly

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Posted on Last updated: October 8, 2023

7 Best Travel High Chairs to Take Anywhere!

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Sometimes, it might feel like you’re packing up an entire car full of baby supplies to leave your home each day. However, there are some baby accessories and products that you just can’t take with you.

In some cases, this is going to be an excellent high chair you can take with you on the go, on a camping trip, or on vacation. Since you can’t guarantee that all restaurants will even have acceptable high chairs, it’s important to think about the best travel high chairs for your baby and what you’re looking for.

Plenty are essentially booster seats that can be taken with you with ease, while others are made of canvas and unfold with a flick of the wrist.

Then you have those travel high chairs that connect right to the table and are sometimes welcomed in a place of your actual high chair at home. In many cases, high travel chairs aren’t suitable for very young babies or, at the very least, babies who can’t yet hold up their heads.

But since each chair is different, each one also has separate age and weight requirements for your baby’s safety. You can be sure that among these nine best travel high chairs, though, one is sure to be the right fit for your little one.

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1. Summer Infant Pop And Sit Portable Highchair

2. regalo easy diner portable hook on high chair, 3. fisher-price healthy care booster seat, 4. beanstalk child care booster seat high chair, 5. the first years on-the-go booster seat, 6. munchkin brica goboost travel booster seat, 7. ciao baby portable high chair, final thoughts.

summer infant portable highchair

Although it might initially look like something you’d take camping or on picnics to the park, it’s easy and plenty acceptable to use the Summer Infant Pop and Sit Portable Highchair anywhere.

It folds up easily and fits right inside of its storage back for easy carrying and travel. It also has plastic that can be wiped down easily and a three-point harness to keep your baby safely and securely in place. And since the seat is fabric, it can be removed and cleaned in the washer to make things even easier for you.

It even has a sturdy tray that attaches to the front of it so you can either use that or opt to take it off and position the high chair at a table, but either way, both the tray and the chair fit in the carrying bag.

  • Child Age Range:  The high chair is recommended for children from six months-three years old and 45 pounds.
  • Where To Buy:  You can find the high chair on the manufacturer’s website and Amazon or in-store at Babies ‘R Us and Buy Buy Baby.
  • The Best Part:  It’s lightweight enough to carry over your shoulder and take with you on the go while also carrying your little one.
  • The Not So Great:  The holes for your child’s legs may be too small for your little one, which can be especially inconvenient as your baby grows.

Summer Pop ‘n Sit Portable Highchair

As to be expected, there’s a reason why the Regalo Easy Diner Portable Hook-On High Chair is so high on this list of the best travel high chairs. It’s probably what you immediately think of when you think of portable high chairs period. Like the name says, it’s a seat designed to attach right onto the table, which means that you can essentially use the hook on a high chair with any table anywhere.

For your baby’s safety, there’s a five-point harness and a double locking system to keep it in place at the table, and except for the comfortable easy-to-wipe seat, the frame is made entirely of strong and durable steel.

  • Child Age Range:  It’s designed for children up to 37 pounds.
  • Where To Buy:  You can find the hook on a high chair on the manufacturer’s website and Amazon or in-store at Walmart.
  • The Best Part:  It can be taken out and properly attached to any table in less than a minute and taken down in the same amount of time.
  • The Not So Great:  The painted arms and other exposed steel parts scratch easily.

Regalo Easy Diner Portable Hook On Highchair

As any parent knows, Fisher-Price doesn’t just make fun and educational toys for kids, and that’s a really good thing since it also makes the Fisher-price Healthy Care Booster Seat.

Although it does come with a convenient carrying strap that helps make it truly portable, it doesn’t fold up or attach to tables in any way. Instead, it’s more of a booster high chair seat that you can bring with you away from home. It does have three separate trays to use as needed and to make it so you won’t have to but the booster seat up against any tables if you’re unable to find a table around you at feeding time.

It also has multiple height adjustments and a secure three-point harness to keep your little one in place while keeping them comfortable as well.

  • Child Age Range:  It’s recommended for children up to 50 pounds.
  • Where To Buy:  You can find it on the manufacturer’s website and Amazon or in-store at Bed Bath & Beyond and Kohl’s.
  • The Best Part:  You can adjust the height of the seat and even how tightly the tray comes in so that you can customize it for your child.
  • The Not So Great:  Since there are multiple pieces to it, including the multiple trays, the high chair booster can become a hassle for some.

Fisher-Price Healthy Care Booster Seat

The Beanstalk Child Care Booster Seat High Chair is another high travel chair that needs to be attached to something to get used out of it really, but in this case, it’s not the table it needs to be strapped and secured too.

Instead, you hook the top handle around the top of a dining chair and then buckle it underneath to secure the high chair in place. This might make things difficult if you need a portable high chair, but have to chairs available to you, but as long as you do, the Beanstalk is lightweight enough to be able to carry with you anywhere.

It also has a harness for added safety and multiple height adjustments to accommodate your growing child. And the entire seat weights just four pounds and has a reinforced steel frame and durable fabric seat for your baby’s comfort.

  • Child Age Range:  It’s perfect for babies from six-24 months old.
  • Where To Buy:  You can primarily find the high hair on Amazon.
  • The Best Part:  You won’t have to worry about your baby being seated too low in comparison to everyone else at the table, and since it allows them to be right up against the table, you’ll be able to prevent some of the crumbs and spills other high chairs see.
  • The Not So Great:  Depending on the chair style and size, there is the off chance that it won’t fit properly.

the first years booster seat

Although there are plenty of comparable travel high chairs, the may be one of the more universally portable and convenient ones on this list. It can be folded up into itself and zipped closed into a neat and tidy square complete with a carrying handle.

Once you unzip it, the portable booster seat will essentially inflate itself and pop up to give your baby a comfortable and safe option for a high chair when you’re not at home. The seat itself buckles around the back and bottom of a standard dining chair, and there’s a large buckle up front to keep your baby in the seat. Plus, it can be wiped clean with ease, and there’s a mesh pocket on the bag for storing any small meal essentials for your baby.

  • Child Age Range:  It’s recommended for babies from nine months old and up to 50 pounds.
  • Where To Buy:  You can buy it on the manufacturer’s website and Amazon or in-store at Target.
  • The Best Part:  All you need to do to set it up after unzipping it is buckle it to a chair, and you’ll have fully formed travel booster seat high chair.
  • The Not So Great:  Although it can be used for babies from nine months old, yours may not be ready, as they should be able to sit in the seat without help and without wiggling too much.

The First Years On-The-Go Booster Seat

Munchkin is another baby brand that most parents come to know and trust well. Thus, it’s no big surprise that the brand has the Munchkin BRICA GoBoost Travel Booster Seat, which is designed to be not only lightweight and easy to carry with a long strap, but also convenient for all of your baby’s meal needs.

Instead of having just a simple pocket for a few items, the travel booster seat has a full compartment beneath the seat that can be filled with diapers and wipes or even plastic ware, bottles, and small plates if needed.

It seems to be all about convenience all around, and that just adds to the benefits of the travel booster seat. It can also be wiped clean easily after each use or after messes, and it has traction pads on the bottom to ensure that it doesn’t slip off most hard chair surfaces.

  • Child Age Range:  It’s suitable for children from 12-36 months old and up to 50 pounds.
  • Where To Buy:  You can find it on the manufacturer’s website and Amazon or in-store at Toys ‘R Us.
  • The Best Part:  The storage compartment is convenient, easy to access at any given time, and sets the seat apart from others.
  • The Not So Great:  The belted safety strap might be too short or too tight as your baby grows.

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The Ciao Baby Portable High Chair is another high travel chair that folds up and unfolds with ease so you can take it pretty much anywhere, especially as it has a built-in tray suitable for any meals your baby might need while away from home.

It’s got ample leg openings to accommodate your growing child as well as a five-point harness system that’s sure to keep them safely in place. The high chair itself weighs just eight pounds and comes with a carrying bag so you can easily take it with you on the go without any added stress about a heavy or bulky travel high chair.

The tray, which has a built-in cup holder, can be wiped clean, as can the actual chair itself, which adds to the convenience of using the lightweight fold-up travel high chair.

  • Child Age Range:  It’s recommended for children up to three years old.
  • Where To Buy:  You can find it on the manufacturer’s website and Amazon or in-store at Target and Walmart.
  • The Best Part:  Setting up the chair is as comfortable as simply unfolding it once it’s out of the carrying bag.
  • The Not So Great:  Since the tray is not removable, it can be a struggle at times to get your little one in and out of the high chair.

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Whatever your needs may be, there are plenty of travel high chairs to choose from. In most cases, you can also get used out of them for years, especially if you choose to go with a travel booster seat.

And since you can also use some of these in your home without feeling like you’re camping, you’ll be able to get even more use out of your chosen travel high chair. Once you figure out what is most important to you, whether it’s the cost, size, style, longevity, comfort, or a healthy combination of all three, one of these travel high chairs are bound to work well for your baby for the long haul.

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Customers like the compactness of the baby seat. They say it's very portable, serves many needs, and is a great product for traveling. It's also very light and compact, and it folds really small and fits in any bag.

"...It’s designed for travel , and for that purpose, it’s awesome!Use a wet cloth and swipe your finger under the rim to get all the dirt out...." Read more

"...My baby is 12 months old and this works perfect. It’s very light and compact . Once you watch the video on how to fold it you are golden!..." Read more

"The product is exactly as described and is very portable , but baby HATES the chair!..." Read more

"...It serves so many needs and is super compact ...." Read more

Customers are satisfied with the performance of the baby seat. They mention that it works great.

"...My baby is 12 months old and this works perfect . It’s very light and compact. Once you watch the video on how to fold it you are golden!..." Read more

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"...We took it to Mexico and it worked great ! Pro tip. But a towel down on the seat first to contain all the excess food." Read more

"...It doesn’t fit will in high chairs at restaurants. Works fine for a dining room chair but there are better travel high chairs out there than..." Read more

Customers are satisfied with the sturdiness of the baby seat. They mention that the tray is sturdy and made of a wipeable material, keeping wiggly kids in place and secure. They also appreciate the protective tray.

"...They surround the baby on all sides, and gives an overall secure feeling that you just don’t get from those that don’t come with a tray...." Read more

"...She was able to reach her food and the tray was sturdy and protective. It was also easy to clean off when she was done...." Read more

"I love how sturdy this is, it's hard to fold back up right though lol and doesn't come with a case. But it works so well for us!" Read more

"...This is such a life saver on trips. Keeps wiggly kiddos in place and secure ...." Read more

Customers find the baby seat easy to clean. They mention that the tray is sturdy and made of a wipeable material.

"...The tray is sturdy and is made of a wipeable material . I easily cleaned off the mess by wiping it down with a wet cloth...." Read more

"...It was easy to wipe down and store when we were done!..." Read more

"...It was also easy to clean off when she was done. This is definitely the most useful product I bought for our travels...." Read more

Customers are not satisfied with the ease of packing of the baby seat. They say that it is difficult to set up and not user friendly. Some customers also mention that the tray is not sturdy enough.

" Needs to be easier to set up . Tray is not sturdy enough either" Read more

"...Will be filing return. No instructions , that part isn’t a huge deal because it’s a simple product but I could see some people having..." Read more

"...It won’t be used a lot. Instructions are really clear although it can be a bit difficult to fold back up but I got the hand of it really quickly...." Read more

"...We made it work, but it was hard to set up . It doesn’t fit will in high chairs at restaurants...." Read more

Customers are dissatisfied with the quality of the baby seat. They mention that it is very flimsy and defective.

"...I bought it for my son, but it is nothing like the one she had its very flimsy and it is very difficult to put on chairs when you’re out to eat at..." Read more

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"...The tray was PERFECT and was just the right height for her to self-feed. She was able to reach her food and the tray was sturdy and protective...." Read more

"Product came with all female snaps, no quality control clearly . Will be filing return...." Read more

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"Way better quality than I was expecting. The tray is a bit smaller than I thought but no biggie. It won’t be used a lot...." Read more

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Looking for a portable high chair for your child? Then you have come to the right place. Portable high chairs are great if you are going away on holiday or even just to a friend’s house. You don’t need to worry about how and where you will feed baby. They fold up tiny and are so light weight you won’t even feel like you are carrying a baby highchair.

Clip on high chairs have become increasingly popular as they save on space. You can clip them onto your kitchen table or they make the perfect high chair for kitchen islands.

Going out for dinner with a small child can sometimes be stressful, especially if you are worried that the restaurant might not have a spare high chair. We fully recommend investing in a portable highchair, it will make day to day life that little bit easier. 

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'I cried at the goodbye': How my aging parents changed my whole perspective on travel

When you hit middle age, there are some universal truths you begin to notice and accept, and that goes double when you’re traveling with your parents. Your knees and hips appreciate a recalibrated definition of “adventure” that favors excursions like water taxi rides and birdwatching. And, yes, your hunch is right: You really are turning into your mother (or father) … and maybe that’s not such a terrible thing.

I recently spent six days visiting my parents in their winter snowbird home just outside of Tampa, Florida. Mom and Dad reveled in the tour guide role here in this middle ground – not our Indiana hometown and not British Columbia, where I’ve been living with my kids for years. 

It felt strange at first, me being a “kid” again at age 50. It was a rare window when I wasn’t caring for my own kids and my parents, still healthy and mobile, didn’t yet need my care. I could relax. I could play. Without any responsibilities or distractions, I could savor just being a daughter.

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It feels good to slow down a little

Vacating with my parents, I got to experience life at a slower pace. My mom didn’t hesitate to say yes to the hour-long wait when we put in our name at the popular Rusty Bellies oceanfront restaurant in Tarpon Springs. I followed Mom to the Adirondack chairs outside, but soon got restless, feeling like I should be doing something. But she encouraged me to stay put and do nothing, reminding me that I’m always caring for someone in this busy season of life and that it’s OK to rest too. That moment of stillness made room for easy conversation that led to her telling me the story of how my parents first met. 

Another day, because we ambled long enough in a mangrove sanctuary, we saw the fins of black-tip sharks and cute noses of manatees break the surface of the water. And since we took our time at the Armature Works green space waiting for the water taxi on downtown Tampa’s Riverwalk, we spotted dolphins playing and got good at deciphering the locals (dogs, laptops, long pants) from the tourists.

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Being together still comes easily

Even though I’ve lived away from my parents for decades, I realized during our week together how well I still know their idiosyncrasies and they know mine. I know my dad will check the forecast before we head out for the day. He knows I’m going to sneeze when he gives me a piece of peppermint gum, and starts laughing when I do. I’m not surprised when my mom stops to hug me as we walk across a parking lot … just because we’re together. And the three of us still find the same things funny, including the mustache baby pacifier at The Dalí (the Salvador Dali Museum) gift shop. 

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Midwesterners tend to get stuck in routines, and some of that is what I wanted to break free of when I moved to the West Coast years ago. But on this trip, I found a strange comfort in doing many of the same things we used to do together – church on Sunday, a major league baseball game, and dinner with longtime family friends who still call me by my old nickname. 

Mom, Dad and I even visited some of the same places we first went to during a childhood vacation together in 1979. Our history of good memories together keeps hitting me—throughout the trip, I was reminded of who I am and where I came from. I let it sink in, this sense of knowing and being known, of deep connection. Somehow it satisfied a longing I didn’t even know I had. 

As an adult kid, I see myself in my parents

In downtown Tampa, we stepped off the trolley at the Ybor City stop into the city’s “Little Havana” neighborhood. Cuban music filled streets lined with restaurants and cigar bars. We popped into one cigar lounge, dark and smoky, and were mesmerized watching busy hands rolling cigars. Dad pointed out all the leaf scrap cuttings on the floor. Mom noted the unique purses made of cigar boxes. At that moment, I realized this is why I am curious and observant, and I felt strangely sentimental. It’s because of them.

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Over lunch at The Hangar Restaurant and Flight Lounge , a favorite spot overlooking the airstrip at St. Petersburg’s Albert Whitted Airport, we watched small planes and helicopters coming and going. Dad recalled memories of flying with his friend, who had a little Cessna. He laughed and, in his easy way, shared some near-miss flight stories we hadn’t heard before: a downdraft in the Smoky Mountains, losing altitude, and scanning the ground for a flat potential landing space before getting through it. Sitting there listening to him, I saw my own love for travel and adventure. 

On this trip, I realized just how much I see myself in my parents. I was a little surprised to realize this fact didn’t make me roll my eyes and make an “I’m turning into my mother” joke. Instead, I found myself smiling and embracing turning into my mother and father, because that’s exactly who I’ve always been.

My parents have always enjoyed watching ocean sunsets. When I was growing up, it was one of those things that happened in the background on our family beach vacations while we were swimming, playing ball, or searching for sand dollars. This time around, though, the sunset was the main event. I noticed my parents and other locals about their age planning their evenings around it, bringing a chair, and even going to a special spot on Indian Rocks Beach where a retired guy brings his trumpet and plays “Taps” to celebrate the daily setting of the sun. 

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It was a surprising moment of joy, and Dad captured it. He has always loved photographing ocean sunsets on vacation, and now he gets to do it for six months every year as a snowbird. I used to be bored looking at sunsets, but now I find myself sending him my own sunset photos from home in Canada. My daughters do the same with me. I guess a sense of awe and wonder is hereditary, too. 

These moments are pure gold (and fleeting)

Traveling with my aging parents, I realized how lucky I am, but also knew this could be our last trip together, just the three of us. I couldn’t help but reflect on how fragile life is and how precious these moments together are. My parents are still together, in good health, and have mobility. I can’t think of anyone my age at 50 who is in the same situation with their parents. 

At a Clearwater Beach souvenir shop on my last day of the trip, Mom bought us matching blue sweatshirts we both liked. I think it was her way of marking this time together with a tangible reminder. As she handed me mine, I pushed away the thought that this might be the last time we get to vacation like this and replaced it with gratitude. 

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On the drive to the airport, Dad launched into his usual sort of closing paragraph that he does at the end of every visit. He mentioned the highlights of the week and asked about everyone else’s favorite memories from our time together. Then he shifted to what we wanted to do next time. I smiled, realizing I do this closing paragraph, too, when I’m saying goodbye to my girls.

I cried at the goodbye like I always do with my parents, then boarded my flight and took my seat next to a young mom with a baby girl on her lap. I cooed and made silly faces the same way other women did when my girls were young and I traveled alone on trips home to see my parents and felt the sweet weight of this full circle moment.

How a vacation with my aging parents changed my whole perspective on travel originally appeared on FamilyVacationist.com . 

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Participez au Concours En direct de l’univers En direct du jour de l’An S’ouvrir au Sud . À gagner des voyages à Punta Cana et Riviera Maya.

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Quels sont les prix à gagner ?

Le premier gagnant remportera un forfait tout-inclus pour deux (2) personnes à Punta Cana, comprenant :

  • Le vol aller-retour en classe économique en partance de l’aéroport YUL (Montréal), YQB (Québec) ou YYZ (Toronto)
  • Sept (7) nuits d’hébergement, en suite junior, à l’hôtel Bahia Principe Grand Aquamarine
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  • Les repas, boissons et programmes d’activité en formule tout inclus

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  • Sept (7) nuits d’hébergement, en suite junior, à l’hôtel Bahia Principe Grand Coba

La valeur totale approximative de chaque prix est de 2 500 $ pour un total de 5 000 $.

110 commentaires

Sylvie Bisaillon 31 décembre 2022 @ 19 h 44 min

Merci pour ce concour….

Agathe Audette 31 décembre 2022 @ 20 h 37 min

Votre émission est une pause détente du samedi soir.J apprécierait gagner un beau voyage

Coulombe 31 décembre 2022 @ 21 h 06 min

Wow,aller dans le Sud,n’y suis pas allée depuis 2011!

Ginette fortin 31 décembre 2022 @ 23 h 29 min

Gina LeBlanc 1 janvier 2023 @ 9 h 47 min

Ce serait tout simplement Fantastique!!!!

L. Corcoran 1 janvier 2023 @ 19 h 19 min

Palmier Merci pour c’est beaux moments ,En direct de l univer et En direct du jour de l’an. Bonne Année à vous tous xx

Dubé 1 janvier 2023 @ 22 h 03 min

Dubé 1 janvier 2023 @ 22 h 04 min

Yes!!! Hâte de partir!

Rachel labbe 1 janvier 2023 @ 19 h 56 min

monique vallée 1 janvier 2023 @ 10 h 43 min

C est une émission a ne pas manquer et toute l année France Beaudoin est une animatrice extraordinaire dans une simplicité remarquable !

Monique vallée 1 janvier 2023 @ 10 h 48 min

J avais oublier l indice qui est palmier

Langis Fortin 1 janvier 2023 @ 13 h 24 min

Langis Fortin 1 janvier 2023 @ 16 h 11 min

Huard 2 janvier 2023 @ 22 h 06 min

La réponse est PALMIER !

Michel lepage 31 décembre 2023 @ 20 h 16 min

Quelle belle émission que du bonheur

Sylvie LÉPINE 31 décembre 2023 @ 22 h 45 min

L’indice: Palmier.

Très bonne émission comme vous avez si bien le faire. Bravo!

Bonne Année 2024 à vous tous et toutes! 🥳🥂🍾

Rosalie Martin 31 décembre 2022 @ 19 h 48 min

Bonne année Merci pour ce merveilleux spectacle 😍

Nicole chassé 1 janvier 2023 @ 23 h 26 min

Line St-Pierre 31 décembre 2022 @ 19 h 51 min

Jaimerais gagner car je nai pas dargent

Raymonde faucher 1 janvier 2023 @ 8 h 42 min

Chapeau ,chapeau à toute l’équipes et à la super animatrice du début jusqu’à la fin cette émission de fin d’année m’a fait subir beaucoup d’émotion des rires des larmes on n’a l’impression de vivre notre univers .que de travail vous devez avoir mais qu’elle bonheur vous apportez aux invités et aux publique .milles merci et toujours hâte de revoir votre émission. Merci et une bonne année à toute l’équipe.

Josée Larochelle 1 janvier 2023 @ 19 h 11 min

Tremblay Hélène 31 décembre 2022 @ 19 h 54 min

Merci c’est toujours un plaisir.

L. Corcoran 1 janvier 2023 @ 19 h 16 min

Laprise, Hélène 31 décembre 2022 @ 19 h 57 min

Merci pour cette émission spéciale du jour de l’An

Denis Lepage 31 décembre 2022 @ 19 h 57 min

Je veux participer au concours

Bélanger Gisèle 31 décembre 2022 @ 19 h 59 min

Bonne chance tout le monde

Francine Therrien 31 décembre 2022 @ 20 h 02 min

je finirais bien l’année en gagnant un voyage quel beau spectacle

Francine Côté 31 décembre 2022 @ 20 h 05 min

J’adore l’emission En direct de l’umivers Merci pour ce beau concours

Ghyslaine Gagnon 1 janvier 2023 @ 8 h 56 min

Ghyslaine Gagnon 1 janvier 2023 @ 8 h 57 min

Super la meilleure

Hallé Martine 31 décembre 2022 @ 20 h 05 min

Un beau voyage au soleil super

Manon Dubreuil 31 décembre 2022 @ 20 h 08 min

trahan suzanne 31 décembre 2022 @ 20 h 12 min

Marie Josée Pépin 31 décembre 2022 @ 20 h 27 min

Claude Bérard 31 décembre 2022 @ 20 h 22 min

se serait un beau pris de partir en voyage dans le sud

fontaine andre 31 décembre 2022 @ 20 h 22 min

BONNE ANNEE

doris roy 31 décembre 2022 @ 20 h 22 min

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Huguette 31 décembre 2022 @ 20 h 23 min

Moments magiques! 🙏 Tous les PALMIERS, tous les cocotiers…

Nathalie Garand 1 janvier 2023 @ 19 h 26 min

Jai Jamais voyager de ma vie jai Jamais pried lavion de ma vie .

doris roy 31 décembre 2022 @ 20 h 23 min

Tres belle emission aimerais beaucoup gagné je ne suis jamais allé en voyage

doris roy 31 décembre 2022 @ 20 h 24 min

Merci pour ce beau prix.

Genest 31 décembre 2022 @ 21 h 57 min

Je ne manque jamais mon recueil du samedi en direct de l’univers bravo France tu est une très bonne bouffé d’énergie longue vie à l’antenne merçi beaucoup

Marjolaine Chiasson 31 décembre 2022 @ 20 h 25 min

Andrée L’Hébreux 31 décembre 2022 @ 20 h 25 min

Merci. Bonne année à vous tous! Palmier

Marjolaine Chiasson 31 décembre 2022 @ 20 h 26 min

Andrée Berger 31 décembre 2022 @ 20 h 27 min

Anne Dupuis 31 décembre 2022 @ 20 h 28 min

Manon Bedard 31 décembre 2022 @ 20 h 29 min

Merci pour le concours.

Marjolaine Chiasson 31 décembre 2022 @ 20 h 29 min

Julie bernard 31 décembre 2022 @ 20 h 30 min

Manon Boisclair 31 décembre 2022 @ 20 h 30 min

Denis Mercier 31 décembre 2022 @ 20 h 31 min

José-France Leiba 31 décembre 2022 @ 20 h 31 min

Merci!!!!!! et bonne chance à tous Palmier

Diane Roy 31 décembre 2022 @ 20 h 31 min

Francine Mainville 1 janvier 2023 @ 20 h 34 min

J ai adore votre emission le 31 décembre 2022

Et Merci pour le concours la réponse est Palmier

Chantal Jetté 31 décembre 2022 @ 20 h 32 min

Merci pour le concour indice Palmier

Claudette St-Pierre 31 décembre 2022 @ 20 h 34 min

La Magie, c’est Noël . Et Noël, c’est chacun de nous qui s’exprime selon nos talents. Mais En Direct de L’Univers de ce 31 décembre 2022 nous a ensorcelés avec une panoplie d’artistes Qu’on chérit dans des chansons souvent complices de souvenirs mémorables. Un spectacle éblouissant ! ! ! Merci.

Le mot de passe. PALMIER

Diane Boyer 31 décembre 2022 @ 20 h 34 min

Merci pour le divertissement . Palmier

Chantal Filion 31 décembre 2022 @ 20 h 35 min

Hélène Tremblay 31 décembre 2022 @ 20 h 36 min

Hélène Tremblay 31 décembre 2022 @ 20 h 37 min

Réponse Palmier

Monique Langlois 31 décembre 2022 @ 20 h 51 min

Superbe soirée passée avec vous et vos invités En direct de l’univers En direct du jour de l’An. Félicitions ! Année 2023 de Santé, Amour et Bonheur

Francine Leblanc Héon 31 décembre 2022 @ 20 h 55 min

Palmier est le mot. Félicitations pour une si belle émission qui a su nous donner de la joie en ce 31 décembre.

Ronald Normand Dinelle 31 décembre 2022 @ 21 h 03 min

C,EST LE MEILLEUR SHOW- LES INVITÉES LES SURPRISES UNE TRES GRANDE VARIETÉE D,ARTISTES SUPER GRANDE ÉMISSION BRAVO A TOUS.À

mot mystere : PALMIER

Coulombe 31 décembre 2022 @ 21 h 07 min

Wow,aller dans le Sud,n’y suis pas allée depuis 2011! Reponse:Palmier

Gilles V. Poulin 31 décembre 2022 @ 21 h 59 min

Palmier Fameux vos émissions !

Biagio Valenti 31 décembre 2022 @ 22 h 10 min

Franchement , encore une fois Formidable dépasse de beaucoup mes attentes . Félicitations France et toute ta gang Réponse Palmier

Patricia René 31 décembre 2022 @ 22 h 11 min

Encore une fois une super émission. Chapeau à toute l’équipe 🎩

Savoie Ghislaine 31 décembre 2022 @ 22 h 18 min

Émission avec beaucoup d’émotions. Bonne année. Un voyage serait vraiment bienvenu.

Andrée Perron 31 décembre 2022 @ 22 h 51 min

Que de plaisir renouvelé chaque samedi soir! Présentation grandiose du talent d’ici et d’ailleurs! Merci à toi France et à tous ceux et celles qui de près ou de loin te permettent de nous faire tant de bien au coeur !! xxx

Lacroix Hélène 31 décembre 2022 @ 22 h 52 min

Magnifique émission! PALMIER

Sylvie tardif 1 janvier 2023 @ 3 h 30 min

Superbe émission. Bonne année à toute l’equipe

Karine Sylvestre 1 janvier 2023 @ 19 h 06 min

Boisvert 1 janvier 2023 @ 5 h 49 min

Boisvert Hélène 1 janvier 2023 @ 5 h 50 min

Brigitte Bouchard 1 janvier 2023 @ 16 h 59 min

Formidable votre émission

Doris Lamothe 1 janvier 2023 @ 17 h 17 min

Sylvie Bouchard 1 janvier 2023 @ 18 h 59 min

mario manseau 1 janvier 2023 @ 19 h 01 min

merci pour ce concours bonne années indice Palmier

Suzanne 1 janvier 2023 @ 19 h 04 min

Helene 1 janvier 2023 @ 19 h 12 min

Bonne année la santé

Viel 1 janvier 2023 @ 19 h 16 min

Indice Palmier Magnifiques moments passés avec votre émission et ma famille! Merci pour cette diffusion pleine de musique entraînante et de lumière pour la nouvelle année!

Pierre Lauzier 1 janvier 2023 @ 19 h 18 min

Palmier Super spectacle! Ça swing! Merci!

Suzanne Martin 1 janvier 2023 @ 19 h 20 min

Linda Viel 1 janvier 2023 @ 19 h 25 min

Palmier Merci radio-Canada!

fernand lacroix 1 janvier 2023 @ 19 h 46 min

Carole Larouche 1 janvier 2023 @ 19 h 52 min

Diane 1 janvier 2023 @ 19 h 55 min

La réponse est palmier

Bonne année!

Réjean Côté 1 janvier 2023 @ 19 h 56 min

Très bonne émission comme toujours Réponse : Palmier

Monic 1 janvier 2023 @ 19 h 57 min

Lorraine Sylvain 1 janvier 2023 @ 20 h 01 min

Merci pour ce concours Palmier

Line Dagenais 1 janvier 2023 @ 20 h 02 min

Palmier Que de plaisir d’écouter à chaque samedi soir en direct de l’univers est pour moi un moment en chanson avec vos invités Jen vous souhaite une très bonne année 2023 en chanson et en musique Bravo

Lorraine Sylvain 1 janvier 2023 @ 20 h 03 min

Merci pour ce concours la reponce est Palmier

Chantale St-Amour 1 janvier 2023 @ 20 h 17 min

Tellement besoin de repos !!!

YVES 1 janvier 2023 @ 20 h 19 min

SERGE LANGLOIS 1 janvier 2023 @ 20 h 21 min

marjolaine boulianne 1 janvier 2023 @ 20 h 31 min

Superbe l’émission comme toujours et merci pour le concours

Carmen Labelle 1 janvier 2023 @ 20 h 55 min

Manon Mégré 1 janvier 2023 @ 21 h 24 min

Palmier Wow quel belle soirée je viens de passer… Merci

Mme Monette Paquet 1 janvier 2023 @ 21 h 38 min

Quel belle émission ……. et quel beau prix à gagner. L’indice est : PALMIER et je m’y verrais bien (pcq je déteste l’hiver)

Gauthier Liss 1 janvier 2023 @ 21 h 53 min

Félicitations à toute l’équipe de En Direct de l’Univers avec l’animatrice France Beaudoin qui est extraordinaire. Je regarde cette émission remplie de belles surprises musicales et d’animation pour les invités. Mot=PALMIER Bonne année 2023

alain boulanger 1 janvier 2023 @ 22 h 03 min

bravo bonne émission du début a la fin chanteurs et chanteuses grandioses

Christine McDonald 1 janvier 2023 @ 23 h 15 min

J’ai adoré le En Direct du nouvel An encore cette année! Que de belles émotions et tant d’amour que vous partagez avec nous. Bravo!!

Line Boudrias 2 janvier 2023 @ 10 h 00 min

Merci en direct de l’univers. La réponse est Palmier

D.F. 7 février 2023 @ 8 h 32 min

Miragio ? Est-ce toi ?

Charles 11 janvier 2023 @ 12 h 58 min

Bonjours et merci

Labrecque Linda 31 décembre 2023 @ 20 h 02 min

Merci pour se beau concours un voyage sous les Palmier super

Nolin johanne 31 décembre 2023 @ 20 h 02 min

Sylvie Meunier 31 décembre 2023 @ 20 h 14 min

merci pour cette belle soirée toutes un spectacle wowww bonne année 🥂🤩

Francine THIBAULT 31 décembre 2023 @ 20 h 43 min

Super belle émission festive, bravo à toute l’ équipe pour ce beau travail, bonne continuation. Bonne année 2024 à tous

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Un portrait de l’ancien garde des sceaux Robert Badinter, mort à 95 ans, est affiché au ministère de la justice, le 9 février 2024, à Paris.

La famille de Robert Badinter ne souhaite pas la présence d’élus du Rassemblement national (RN) et de La France insoumise (LFI) à l’hommage national qui sera rendu, mercredi, à l’ancien ministre de la justice qui s’est éteint le 9 février. Un souhait auquel le RN se pliera, contrairement à LFI, a-t-on appris mardi 13 février.

L’Elysée a fait connaître cette demande d’Elisabeth Badinter, la veuve du père de l’abolition de la peine de mort, aux deux partis, a indiqué une source à l’Agence France-Presse (AFP), confirmant une information du Figaro .

Interrogé par l’AFP, le RN a affirmé que Marine Le Pen et les autres élus de son mouvement avaient décidé de ne pas se rendre à l’hommage national, conformément à la volonté de la famille. « On ne sera pas présents, la famille ne l’a pas souhaité. Je ne vais pas polémiquer » , a déclaré Marine Le Pen, en marge d’une séance à l’Assemblée nationale.

Les dirigeants de l’extrême droite s’en sont tenus au service minimum dans leurs hommages à la mémoire de Robert Badinter, figure longtemps honnie pour avoir aboli la peine de mort. Marine Le Pen avait salué « une figure marquante du paysage intellectuel et juridique » , tout en affirmant que l’on « pouvait ne pas partager tous les combats » de l’ancien garde des sceaux.

LFI enverra deux députés à l’hommage

Les responsables « insoumis » avaient au contraire multiplié les éloges après l’annonce de la disparition du père de l’abolition de la peine de mort. Le chef de file de la gauche radicale, Jean-Luc Mélenchon, a encore publié, lundi, une tribune dans L’Obs pour saluer une figure qui « s’en tenait en permanence à l’altitude de l’idéal » .

Réagissant, mardi, au fait que la famille de Robert Badinter s’oppose à la présence des élus de LFI, Jean-Luc Mélenchon a regretté sur le réseau social X que l’hommage national devienne une cérémonie « dont sont exclus une partie des Français » . Dans la foulée, le parti mélenchoniste a fait savoir qu’il serait représenté par deux députés lors de l’hommage. « Un hommage national est un hommage national. Nous y sommes invités, et nous y serons représentés par Caroline Fiat, vice-présidente de l’Assemblée nationale, et Eric Coquerel, président de la commission des finances » , a indiqué le groupe parlementaire LFI.

Une minute de silence a été respectée par les députés sur tous les bancs, mardi, à l’Assemblée nationale. L’ensemble des groupes ont ensuite applaudi, quelques députés RN s’en abstenant.

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