Need a Hollywood Studios Checklist to make sure you don’t miss anything? With Toy Story Land, Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, and Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway there is plenty to do. As Disney’s park honoring all things Movie related, you can find favorite franchises, classic films, and Disney classics here. Home to the Frozen Sing Along, Indiana Jones Stunt Show Spectacular and Fantasmic! this is a park you don’t want to miss. Here is the complete list of Hollywood Studios restaurants, Hollywood Studios rides and attractions, and shows at Hollywood Studios. From where to park at Hollywood Studios, the Hotels Closest to Hollywood Studios, we’re adding it all on this Hollywood Studios Checklist, so you can get a handle on everything to do, see and eat, before you go!
- 1 All About Hollywood Studios at Disney World
- 2 Hollywood Studios Park Tickets
- 3 Hollywood Studios Hours
- 4 What is the Best Day to Visit Hollywood Studios?
- 5 Hollywood Studios Parking and Transportation
- 6 Everything To Do at Hollywood Studios
- 7 Hollywood Studios Rides & Attractions
- 8 Hollywood Studios Characters
- 9 Hollywood Studios Restaurants
- 10 Hollywood Studios Itinerary
- 11 Hollywood Studios Sections Guide
- 12 Hollywood Boulevard
- 13 Echo Lake
- 14 Grand Avenue
- 15 Commissary Lane
- 16 Toy Story Land
- 17 Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge
- 18 Sunset Boulevard
- 19 Animation Courtyard
- 20 Hollywood Studios Shows
- 21 Printable Hollywood Studios Checklist
- 22 Hollywood Studios Club 33
- 23 Hollywood Studios Annual Parties & Events
- 24 Hidden Mickeys at Hollywood Studios
- 25 Best Snacks at Hollywood Studios
- 26 Hotels and Resorts Near Hollywood Studios
- 27 Hollywood Studios Disney World Map
- 28 Hollywood Studios Park Details
All About Hollywood Studios at Disney World
Once known as Disney MGM Studios Park, Hollywood Studios is a Disney theme park honoring movies. And not just any movies, either. Some of the best films ever made are honored here. You can find Star Wars in Galaxy’s Edge, Toy Story, Indiana Jones, Frozen, and even the Muppets are all found here. Add in the Classic Hollywood vibe on Sunset Boulevard, and the Tower of Terror, and as Disney’s 2nd smallest park, you’ll find plenty to do. Whether you’re cramming this park into one day or a week, here are all the things you need to know before you go. Including the things to do, see and eat at Hollywood Studios Park.
Hollywood Studios Park Tickets
To get started lets talk Hollywood Studios Park Tickets. While Disney World tickets are not specific to each of the four theme parks, you simply need buy a WDW ticket and it will get you into any of the four theme parks: EPCOT, Hollywood Studios, Animal Kingdom or Magic Kingdom. In fact, if you’re hoping to try for two or more parks in one day, you simply need add the Park Hopper Ticket to your purchase, and voila! Purchase a Hollywood Studios Park Ticket or Disney Vacation Package to get your Disney Vacation plans started.
Disney Genie+ and Lightning Lane Ticket Add Ons
While the planning portion of Disney Genie+ is free to use within the My Disney Experience App, the ride reservation system is separate. Billed per person, per day, you have two choices when purchases this add-on to your Hollywood Studios ticket.
Purchasing Genie+ Plus allows you the option to select 2 rides for which you can skip the line, aka wait in the Lightning Lane instead of the regular line. The Lightning Lane line typically moves faster, and since you select the times you plan on returning to the ride in Genie+ Plus, helps you maximize your Disney Park Time. When you use Genie+ strategically, you select ride times in the early part of the day first, so that you can add additional rides to your account throughout the day, once those initial rides are completed. This is called “stacking” rides and can often get you onto more rides throughout the day.
Individual Lightning Lane on the other hand, while named the same as the ride line, is a for purchase individual ride option, also accessible in the app. This is specific to only certain popular rides. In Hollywood Studios the Individual Lightning Lane is Star Wars Rise of the Resistance. Also available via standby line, this is Hollywood Studios most popular ride!
Hollywood Studios Hours
Hollywood Studios Hours are typically 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM. This doesn’t include Early Entry or Extended Evening Hours. As a result be sure to check out the Up to Date Hours and Event Schedules on the Disney 5 Day Calendar. Or on the My Disney Experience App, which you should have downloaded on your phone prior to your vacation.
- Early Entry Hours ( when offered): 8:00 AM to 8:30 AM
- Hollywood Studios Daytime Hours: 8:30 AM to 9:00 PM
- Extended Evening Hours ( when offered): 9:00 PM to 11:00 PM
Early Morning Entry and Extended Evening Hours
Early Entry Hours are available to Disney Resort Guests and allows guests to enter the park 30 minutes prior to park opening. To make the most of your extra time, we recommend arriving at the park gates, at least 30 minutes before your Early Theme Park Entry time. While some of the Hollywood Studios sections may not be open, it still gets you close to the action to get into lines early, or just enjoy the park.
Extended Evening Hours
Available to Disney Deluxe Resort Guests, the Extended Evening Hours allow you to stay an hour or two after the park closes. This is also a huge perk for guests interested in riding the popular rides that may be full during the day. Rides like Slinky Dog Dash, Star Wars Rise of the Resistance, Tower of Terror are excellent options for an evening ride, if you’re in the park during one of the days when this perk is offered.
What is the Best Day to Visit Hollywood Studios?
Wednesdays and Fridays are typically the best days to visit Hollywood Studios. Mainly because Epcot tends to be the Friday night hot spot. But since it is within walking distance of Hollywood Studios we do expect that Fridays here will become busier. As with all the parks visiting during the daytime on weekdays is best. And avoid weekends. Check out the full post on the Best Days to Visit Walt Disney World for a sample itinerary.
What is the Busiest Day at Hollywood Studios?
The busiest day at Hollywood Studios is Monday. With Tuesday, Saturday and Sunday following close behind. The crowd levels on Mondays tend to be higher across all Disney World Parks. This is due to the fact that many people begin their Disney vacation on Mondays and head straight to their park of choice.
- Sunday is the busiest day at every Walt Disney World Park.
- Saturday the second busiest.
- Monday the third busiest.
- Friday the fourth busiest.
How Many Days Do you Need at Hollywood Studios?
Hollywood Studios is a 1-Day Park. As a smaller park, you can typically fit in the most important rides and shows into a one day visit. However, keep in mind that your day will be packed if you’re hoping to get in all the shows. Priorities at Hollywood Studios include Slinky Dog Dash, Rise of the Resistance, Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway, Indiana Jones Stunt Spectacular, Star Tours and Muppets 3-D. Keep in mind those are just the rides. Shows to see include Wonderful World of Animation, Frozen Sing Along, Beauty and the Beast Live On Stage and Fantasmic. Again, while you can definitely fit Hollywood Studios into One Day, if you’re hoping to see everything, you may want to consider 2-days.
Hollywood Studios Capacity
As Disney World’s second Smallest Park, Hollywood Studios generally feels crowded as soon as noon hits. As such Hollywood Studios Capacity Levels are monitored closely to improve Guest Experience. Hollywood Studios can hold about 60,000 people a day, but typically sees 30,000 visitors per day. Check out our Disney World Maximum Capacity Post for details on each park.
Places at Hollywood Studios to Take Breaks
Since Hollywood Studios days are typically long days, so that you can experience as much as possible, we always recommend taking breaks when you can. Whether you’re looking for a place inside Hollywood Studios to take a break, or heading to the Disney BoardWalk there are plenty of places to relax. We recommend building in break time during your Disney trip during the hottest and busiest part of the day, between 12-4 PM.
Hollywood Studios Parking and Transportation
Luckily, parking at Hollywood Studios is fairly easily, with a large parking lot located just outside the front gates. Hollywood Studios is within walking distance of Disney’s Boardwalk and the Disney Marriott Hotels nearby. Located on the Disney Skyliner route, you can get to Hollywood Studios easily from the Disney Skyliner Resorts, and also from EPCOT. The address to Hollywood Studios is 351 South Studio Drive Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830,
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 Disney Skyliner: The Disney Skyliner goes directly to the entrance of the Hollywood Studios. Check out the Disney Skyliner Map so you can see the stops that are
From the Boat: Hollywood Studios has a boat dock just outside the front gates. Offering boat access from the Swan and Dolphin Resorts, Disney BoardWalk Resorts and the Epcot Boat Launch near the International Gateway.
By Disney Bus: You can grab a Disney Bus to Hollywood Studios from any Disney resort.
If Walking: One of the best things about Hollywood Studios is that you can walk there from Epcot on the walking path through the BoardWalk. This is beneficial for those guests staying at the BoardWalk resorts, Skyliner Resorts and Marriott Resorts nearby.
Everything To Do at Hollywood Studios
No matter when your next visit to Walt Disney World is, get started with this list of attractions, restaurants, and more. Everything you need to build the perfect Disney Vacation. Traveling Soon? Check out everything happening at Walt Disney World in the next few years.
- Hollywood Studios Park Hours, Rides, Restaurants, and Activities
- What’s New at Walt Disney World in 2024? Everything to Know before you Go!
- Walt Disney World 2024 Calendar of Events
Home to the iconic Tower of Terror, Hollywood Studios hosts loads of film-centric things to keep you busy. From Fantasmic to the Indiana Jones Stunt Spectacular, here is everything you need to know about Hollywood Studios.
Hollywood Studios Rides & Attractions
As home to Toy Story Land, Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge, and class Hollywood films, Hollywood Studios has a lot to experience. As such, if you’re hoping fit everything into one day, it’s important to have a Disney Ride Strategy. Be sure to save the busiest rides for morning or evening magic hours. Don’t waste a Genie+ Lightning Lane at these times, unless it’s for a popular ride, as fewer people in the parks mean a much shorter wait at rides. However, you’ll want to plan our your Hollywood Studios day to get in the things you care about most. Check out the Best Rides at Disney World, for a rundown of favorites to build in to your Hollywood Studios Must Do Days.
- Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway
- A Frozen Sing-Along Celebration
- Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular
- Mickey Shorts Theater
- Star Tours – The Adventures Continue
- Muppet*Vision 3D
- Mickey & Minnie – Red Carpet Dreams
Toy Story Land
- Alien Swirling Saucers
- Slinky Dog Dash
- Toy Story Mania!
Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge
- Millennium Falcon: Smuggler’s Run
- Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance
- Beauty and The Beast – Live on Stage
- Lightning McQueen’s Racing Academy
- Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster
- The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror
- Disney Junior Dance Party!
- The Little Mermaid – A Musical Adventure (coming Fall 2024)
- Walt Disney Presents
- Star Wars Launch Bay and Theater
Hollywood Studios Characters
Characters at Hollywood Studios are available across the park in meet and greets, seen in impromptu settings and available at Disney Character Dining Restaurants, like Hollywood and Vine. In addition you can sometimes see characters strolling around the park. Check out all the places you can find Characters at Disney World. And be sure to check the My Disney Experience App for all the character meeting times and showtimes.
- See Anna, Elsa, Kristoff, Sven and Olaf in For the First Time in Forever Frozen Sing Along
- Meet Olaf at Celebrity Spotlight
- Meet Mickey and Minnie at Red Carpet Dreams
Toy Story Land
- See the Green Army Drum Corps at various times during the day
- Meet Jessie, Woody and Buzz Lightyear
Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge
- See the Stormtroopers in the First Orders Searches for the Resistance march
- Meet Ariel at Walt Disney Presents
- Meet Disney Junior Pals like Vampirina, Fancy Nancy and Doc McStuffins
- Meet Edna Mode at Pixar Plaza
- Meet Pixar Pals at Pixar Plaza
- Meet BB-8 at Star Wars Launch Bay
- Meet Darth Vader at Star Wars Launch Bay
- Meet Chewbacca at Star Wars Launch Bay
Hollywood Studios Restaurants
We’ve shared a list of the Best Restaurants in Hollywood Studios to help you figure out your best breakfast, lunch, and dinner! And with so many things to try you’re sure to find a new favorite place to eat! Read the Reviews: Hollywood Studios Restaurants.
Quick Service Restaurants in Hollywood Studios
Hollywood Studios has a variety of options for foods, though much of it is your basic American cuisine. As a result we tend to head to Ronto Roasters or Woodys Lunch Bix for the best food. Other options that are much better are typically found outside the park on the Disney Boardwalk. Be sure to check out our Best Quick Service Restaurants in Hollywood Studios so you only pick the good places to grab a bit.
- ABC Commissary in Commissary Lane
- Backlot Express at Echo Lake
- BaseLine Tap House in Grand Avenue
- Catalina Eddie’s on Sunset Boulevard
- Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo in Galaxy’s Edge
- Dockside Diner on Sunset Boulevard
- Fairfax Fare on Sunset Boulevard
- The Hollywood Brown Derby Lounge on Hollywood Boulevard
- Oga’s Cantina in Galaxy’s Edge
- PizzeRizzo at Grand Avenue Muppets Courtyard
- Ronto Roasters in Galaxy’s Edge
- Rosie’s All American Cafe on Sunset Boulevard
- Trolley Car Cafe Starbucks on Hollywood Boulevard
- Tune in Lounge at Echo Lake
- Woody’s Lunch Box in Toy Story Land
Table Service Restaurants in Hollywood Studios
Having a sit down meal at Hollywood Studios should be easier than it is. As such, we typically head to the BoardWalk for dinner instead. Still, that doesn’t mean there aren’t places to eat dinner at Hollywood Studios. You can always find a decent quick service meal.
- 50’s Prime Time Cafe
- Hollywood and Vine
- Hollywood Brown Derby
- Mama Melrose’s Ristorante Italiano
- Woody’s Roundup Rodeo BBQ
- Sci Fi Dine In Theater Restaurant
Hollywood Studios Itinerary
For fans of Star Wars, Film, Toy Story Land and the Muppets, you may want to plan 2 days instead of one. However, if you’re looking to take in the main things, but not all the things, then one day at Hollywood Studios is fine. You may actually find yourself looking for things to fill the time.
Day 1 at Hollywood Studios
Arrive early to Hollywood Studios so that you can head to one of the more popular rides and get that off your to do list. Slinky dog Dash, Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway and Rise of the Resistance are all popular choices. Ideally, you will try and get all the main rides you want to do in before lunchtime. After you’ve done a few, you can grab breakfast, and take a break, if you haven’t already. For lunch we recommend Woody’s Lunch Box in Toy Story Land or Ronto Roasters in Galaxy’s Edge.
If you’re staying late in the park plan on other favorite attractions like the Frozen Sing along, Indiana Jones Stunt Show Spectacular, and MuppetVision 3D. Dinner at Hollywood Studios is great at ABC Commissary, or if you’re up for some old black and white horror film clips, Sci Fi Drive In Theater Restaurant has burgers and milkshakes. After dinner you can head to Tower of Terror, and the Beauty and the Beast Live on Stage Show, plus anything else you missed from earlier. Evening entertainment at Hollywood Studios includes Wonderful World of Animation at 8:30 PM and Fantasmic at 9:30 PM. Both are great shows and worth seeing.
Hollywood Studios Sections Guide
This section of the post includes a break down of what you can find in each Hollywood Studios section of the park. We’ve separated it into rides, attractions, games, and shows. Restaurants are marked as follows. ( TS)= Table Service, Reservation Recommended (QS) = Quick Service, Walk-Up Counter. (S) = Snack. Check out the Hollywood Studios Park Map for details on where to find each section within the park.
Upon entering Hollywood Studios you’ll see the Chinese Theater up ahead. The entrire stretch of road ahead is Hollywood Boulevard. This section of Hollywood Studios is where you’ll find the shops, Starbucks at Trolley Car Cafe, and the courtyard where the Wonderful World of Animation happens on the facade of the Chinese Theater.
▢ Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway
▢ Trolley Car Cafe (S)
▢ Hollywood Brown Derby ( TS)
▢ Mickeys of Hollywood
Echo Lake at Hollywood Studios is a kitschy area of the park featuring vintage storefronts, Gertie the Dinosaur, and several restaurants.
Photo Op: Tatooine Wall
▢ Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular
▢ Star Tours
▢ Mickey Shorts Theater
▢ A Frozen Sing-Along Celebration
▢ 50’s Prime Time Café (TS)
▢ Hollywood and Vine (TS)
▢ Min and Bills Dockside Diner (QS)
▢ Backlot Express (QS)
▢ Tune-In Lounge ( Lounge)
▢ Tatooine Traders Shop
Filled with interesting storefronts the Grand Avenue section of Hollywood Studios includes the Muppets Courtyard and entrances into the surrounding spaces includes Commissary Lane, Galaxy’s Edge, and Echo Lake.
▢ Muppet Vision 3-D
▢ PizzeRizzo (QS)
▢ Mama Melrose’s Ristorante Italiano (TS)
This area of Hollywood Studios is simply a cut through area that connected Grand Avenue to Hollywood Boulevard. That said, it has restaurants and the entrance to one attraction. Restaurants/Snacks
▢ ABC Commissary (QS)
▢ Sci-Fi Dine-in Theater Restaurant (TS)
▢ Baseline Tap House (S) | Soda and Pretzel
Character Meet and Greet
▢ Red Carpet Dreams with Mickey and Minnie
Toy Story Land
Quite small, Toy Story Land includes 2 restaurants, and 3 rides, along with character visits and shows. Check out our Toy Story Line Guide for all the details.
▢ Slinky Dog Dash Roller Coaster
▢ Alien Swirling Saucers
▢ Midway Mania
▢ Pixar Pals at Pixar Plaza
▢ Edna Mode at the Edna Mode Experience
▢ Ariel at Walt Disney Presents
▢ Meet Disney Junior Pals
▢ Meet BB-8 at Star Wars Launch Bay
▢ Meet Darth Vader at Star Wars Launch Bay
▢ Meet Chewbacca at Star Wars Launch Bay
Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge
Home to the most popular things in Hollywood Studios, Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge is an immersive experience that includes the off-planet shops of Batuu, restaurants, and stormtrooper hunts for the rebel forces. Take a look at our Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge Guide for the details of what you can find in this area of the park.
▢ 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)
▢ First Order Searches for the Resistance
By far the most classic area in the park, Sunset Boulevard features old Hollywood shops, the Tower of Terror in the distance and the entrances to the big show areas of the park for Beauty and the Beast and Fantasmic!
▢ Twilight Zone Tower of Terror
▢ Rock N’Roller Coaster
▢ Beauty and the Beast Live on Stage
▢ Lightning McQueen’s Racing Academy
▢ Anaheim Produce (S)
▢ Catalina Eddies (QS)
▢ Fairfax Fare (QS)
▢ Hollywood Scoops (S)
▢ KRNR The Rock Station (QS)
▢ Rosie’s All-American Café ( TS)
Featuring a few smaller spaces, this area of the park showcases Disney Character Meet and Greets. Just off this area you can see the Pixar Plaza corridor just before turning into Toy Story Land.
▢ Disney Junior Dance Party!
▢ Star Wars Launch Bay and Theater
▢ The Little Mermaid A Musical Adventure
▢ Walt Disney Presents
▢ The Market ( S)
Characters in Pixar Plaza
▢ Pixar Pals at Pixar Plaza
▢ Edna Mode at the Edna Mode Experience
▢ Ariel at Walt Disney Presents
Hollywood Studios Shows
Fantasmic! is the show to see at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and is typically shown at closing time. Running 29 minutes, this show features Mickey, Disney Villains and a light and fireworks spectacular worth seeing. Be sure to check the My Disney Experience App for hours during your trip.
▢ Fantasmic! at 9:30 PM
▢ Wonderful World of Animation at 8:30 PM
Printable Hollywood Studios Checklist
If you’re hoping to keep tabs on everything you can do in the park, you can get the Hollywood Studios Checklist PDF to save to your iPhone as an iBook, or file. Click the image to get the full PDF of Hollywood Studios Rides and Restaurants.
Hollywood Studios Club 33
If you’re heading to Disney Club 33 in Hollywood Studios, you can find this vintage Hollywood space decorated to the nines at the Hollywood Derby Restaurant. Still very hidden, this space is only open to members and features an exclusive menu.
Hollywood Studios Annual Parties & Events
While Hollywood Studios doesn’t have festivals like Epcot, there are a few things
May the 4th Be With You | May 4th
Honoring all things Star Wars, you can celebrate May the 4th be with you every year at Hollywood Studios. This day features Star Wars Snacks, and special things to do in the park.
Jollywood Nights | November- December
Exclusive to Hollywood Studios, Jollywood Nights was introduced in 2023, and is a Christmas themed extravaganza featuring specialty snacks, exclusive shows, and access to the park after it closes.
Hidden Mickeys at Hollywood Studios
Hollywood Studios, like all the Disney parks has loads of Hidden Mickeys. In fact the ride, Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway has ore hidden mickeys than any other ride. Be sure to check out our Hidden mickeys at Walt Disney World post for tips and tricks!
Best Snacks at Hollywood Studios
Looking for the Best Snacks in Hollywood Studios? From the Colossal Cinnamon Roll to the Loaded Mac and Cheese, we’ve rounded up our favorites so far! And the ones most worth your Disney Snack Dollars! Check out our New Snacks at Disney post for even more snacks to try. And if you’re up for savory snacks, we’ve pulled together the Best Non-Dessert Snacks at Disney too.
- Anaheim Produce
- BaseLine Tap House: Bavarian Pretzel and dips
- Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo: Mustafarian Lava Roll
- Epic Eats: Funnel Cake
- Kat Sakas Kettle: Rainbow Popcorn
- KRNR The Rock Station: Popcorn
- The Market: Jack Jack Num Num Cookie
- Milk Stand: Blue Milk
- Pretzel Cart: Cream Cheese Pretzel
- Ronto Roasters: Ronto Wraps
- Trolley Car Cafe: Napoleons and Carrot Cake Cookie
- Woody’s Lunch Box: Lunch Box Tarts
Where to Find Coffee in Hollywood Studios
Coffee at Hollywood Studios is most often found at Starbucks. But you can also grab the amazing Disney Black Caf Cold Brew in Galaxy’s Edge if you’re looking for something unique. And the Joffrey’s at Hollywood Studios is found near the Market just at the entrance of Toy Story Land. Featuring the big pink donut, and a variety of teas and coffees, there are plenty of options.
Hotels and Resorts Near Hollywood Studios
The hotels closest to Hollywood Studios include the Disney Swan Hotel, Disney Swan Reserve, and Disney World Dolphin Hotels. But the Disney BoardWalk Resorts are similarly as close. these include the Disney Yacht Club and Boardwalk Inn.
Hollywood Studios Disney World Map
Hollywood Studios Park Details
While we think you could spend days getting to it all if you’re more pressed for time you can tackle our Top 10 Things to Do at Hollywood Studios. Looking for your next Disney photo op? Check out, even more Disney Instagram Walls, for you can find many of them in Hollywood Studios. For Up to Date Hours and Event Schedules check out the Hollywood Studios Hours and Calendar. READ MORE on the Hollywood Studios Park Page.
WALT DISNEY WORLD CHECKLISTS FOR EACH PARK
And if you’re planning all the Disney parks, check out our printable Disney checklists for each featuring rides, attractions, restaurants and tips.
- EPCOT Park Walt Disney World Checklist
- Animal Kingdom Walt Disney World Checklist
- Magic Kingdom Walt Disney World Checklist
- Disney BoardWalk Checklist Walt Disney World
Rochelle Mariah is a writer, designer and photographer with an MLIS in Information Science and a B.S. in Arch and Design. Determined to make Planning a DIY Disney Vacation easier she makes lots of lists and drinks lots of coffee. When not designing apparel at Polka Dot Pixie Shop, she's watching old movies and planning the holidays. She has been traveling to Disney destinations since 2010.