It’s time to get glamorous at Disney’s Hollywood Studios! This fascinating theme parks brings the magic of the silver screen to life, celebrating everything about Hollywood’s Golden Age. Visitors of all ages will love the attractions based on famous movies and TV programs; and there’s 8 zones to explore in total; Echo Lake, Sunset Boulevard, Hollywood Boulevard, Commissary Lane, Streets of America, Pixar Place, Animation Courtyard and Mickey Avenue
Where to Eat at Disney’s Hollywood Studios
If you’re looking for a dining extravaganza, book yourself a Fantasmic! Dinner Package, which features a magical Disney show. There are plenty of other great restaurants to have a great meal, such as The Hollywood Brown Derby or the Sci-Fi Dine In Theater Restaurant. Alternatively, grab a slice of pizza at Pizza Planet or a salad at Catalina Eddie’s.
If you’re staying in one of our vacation rentals in Orlando and you’re visiting Hollywood Studios, here’s some tips to help you get the best out of your day.
Get your timing right. If you want to watch the parade, try to arrive around 30 minutes before it starts and sit in front of Mickey’s hat for a great view.
GLove retro eating? If you love to eat 50s style, head to the 50s Prime Time café, which has a really authentic feel.
Avoid motion sickness. If you feel nauseous when riding roller coasters, avoid sitting up front on the Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster.
Save your shopping. Shops stay open an hour after the rest of the park closes, so save any shopping until the end of your day.
Arrive early. If you don’t want to line up for hours, get to Hollywood Studios at least half an hour before it opens.
The Best Rides at Disney’s Hollywood Studios
Not sure which ride to head to first? Here’s a quick guide to our personal favorites.
The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror. Like ghosts, ghouls and things that go bump in the night? Then this is the ride for you. Plunging lifts, sinister events and all sorts of excitement awaits you!
Toy Story Mania. Part game, part ride, this Toy Story themed ride is cleverly done and will leave you desperate to try to beat your best score.
The Great Movie Ride. This ride takes you through all the key moments in movie history, in a really exciting way, of course! It’s a great way to learn about the Hollywood film industry whilst having fun.
Star Wars… The Adventures Continue. Star Wars fans will not want to miss this motion simulator ride, celebrating all things relating to the iconic films.
Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster. This is a fast-paced roller coaster with a rock n’ roll twist. It’s Aerosmith-themed and parts of it are in the dark, which gives it an added edge.
How to Get There:
All Disney theme parks are well signposted. Parking is available at Disney World; and parking a car for the day currently costs $14.