Need a Hollywood Studios Bucket List to make sure you don’t miss anything? There are so many changes at Hollywood Studios right now that it’s important to take stock of where you’ve been so you can figure out where you need to go! With new lands, Toy Story Land and Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge and Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway there is plenty to do. Here is our list of things for any of you out there who are taking that once in a lifetime trip to Walt Disney World and need to know the best stuff!
Hollywood Studios Bucket List
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Until Star Wars arrived, Hollywood Studios was considered a half day park. Meaning you didn’t really need too much time there because there really wasn’t anything that great. Times have changed. Hollywood Studios is upping the ante with just about everything. The introduction of Toy Story Land and Galaxy’s Edge now means you need to maximize your time.
Hollywood Studios Transportation
If Driving: Just Park! You can grab a tram up to the main entrance to save on walking. If you want to arrive early, the parking lot usually opens 1.5 hours before the park opens. Check the My Disney Experience App for park hours.
From the Monorail: If you take the monorail to Epcot, you can walk to the Boardwalk in the World Showcase and take the Path near the Swan Dolphin Hotels to Hollywood Studios. No direct access to HS from the monorail.
From the Boat: Access the ferry at the Boardwalk to get to Hollywood Studios by boat
By Bus: From any resort or Disney Springs you can grab a bus to Hollywood Studios
Hollywood Studios Park Areas
(FP) means you’ll need to fast pass this ride or attraction because lines could be long. You can read up on how Fast Passes work here. (TS)= Table Service, Reservations Recommended,(QS)= Quick Service, Walk Up Counter, No Reservations Needed (S)= Snack
▢Mickeys of Hollywood Shopping
▢Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway
▢Trolley Car Cafe (S)
▢ Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular
▢ Star Tours (FP)
▢ Tatooine Traders Shop
▢ 50’s Prime Time Café (TS)
▢Hollywood and Vine (TS)
▢Min and Bills Dockside Diner (QS)
Muppets Courtyard & Commissary Lane
▢ Muppet Vision 3-D
▢ ABC Commissary (QS)
▢ PizzeRizzo (QS)
▢ Sci-Fi Dine in Theater Restaurant (TS)
Photo Op: Tatooine Wall
▢Baseline Tap House (S) | Soda and Pretzel
Toy Story Land
▢ Slinky Dog Dash Roller Coaster
▢ Alien Swirling Saucers
▢ Midway Mania
▢Woody’s Lunch Box (QS)
Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge
▢ Millennium Falcon: Smuggler’s Run
▢ Rise of the Resistance
▢Oga’s Cantina ( Lounge)
▢Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo (QS)
▢Milk Stand (S)
▢Ronto Roasters (QS)
▢Kat Saka’s Kettle (S)
▢ Beauty and the Beast Live on Stage
▢ Twilight Zone Tower of Terror
▢ Rock N’Roller Coaster
Shows, Festivals and Parades
▢ Star Wars: A Galaxy Far Away
▢ Jedi Training: Trials of the Temple
▢ March of the Storm Troopers
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