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Hollywood Studios park is one of Disney World’s four theme parks and has a focus on movies, live entertainment, and of course, animation.
What makes this park different from the other Disney World parks is that it was once a real working studio.
You’ll find Hollywood Studios divided into seven themed areas that are based on real places in California or popular movies.
The main street in Hollywood Studios takes you from the park entrance to the replica of Grauman’s Chinese Theatre.
- Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway
Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge
This 14 acre Star Wars themed section of Hollywood Studios park was built to look like you stepped into the Smuggler’s Outpost, Batuu.
Galaxy’s Edge is filled with many wonderful shops and experiences and two rides:
- Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance
- Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run
Toy Story Land
Just like the name references, this part of Hollywood Studios park is all about Toy Story!
You will find that the area is made to look like you are a toy in Andy’s backyard, with large toys surrounding you.
There are three main rides in Toy Story Land:
- Slinky Dog Dash
- Toy Story Midway Mania
- Alien Swirling Saucers
This area of the park focuses on the films & animation of Disney animation. You will find different meet & greets, an attraction based on the life of Walt Disney and a live production of one of Disney’s best known animated movies.
- Star Wars Launch Bay
- Walt Disney Presents: One Man’s Dream
- Disney Junior Dance Party
- Disney Junior Meet & Greets
- Voyage of the Little Mermaid
Like its namesake, this section of the park is where everything is happening! The focal point of Sunset Boulevard is the Tower of Terror, but you will find other places worth checking out along the way.
While there is no parade at Hollywood Studios, there is nice night show that takes place in front of the replica of Grauman’s Chinese Theatre.
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