In May 1989 Hollywood Studios opened its doors for the first time. Located in Bay Lake FL, owned by Disney and open from 9am-9pm Monday to Friday, 8:00 am – 10:30 pm on Saturdays, and 9am-10pm on Sundays, you can experience some different kind of Disney magic here that is fun for the whole family. Hollywood Studios is made up of six themed areas and features some well-known attractions such as The Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster and Star Wars.
Park Hours, Parking & Transportation
Standard parking for Hollywood Studios is $22. Preferred parking is $45. Preferred parking lots are closer to the park.
Six different lands make up Hollywood Studios;
- Animation Courtyard
- Echo Lake
- Grand Avenue
- Hollywood Boulevard
- Sunset Boulevard
- Toy Story Land
Made up of four attractions including one where you can browse different props from the Star Wars movies and have a meet and greet with characters from the movies. Animation Courtyard is also home to Walt Disney Presents, where you can explore Walt Disney’s younger life and some of his contributions to film production.
- Disney Junior – Live on Stage!
- Star Wars Launch Bay
- Voyage of The Little Mermaid
- Walt Disney Presents
Four attractions make up Echo Lake, three of which are based on films by George Lucas; two Star Wars attractions and one Indiana Jones attraction. The fourth attraction, great for kids is a musical sing-along that revolves around the 2013 movie; Frozen.
- A Frozen Sing-Along Celebration
- Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular
- Star Tours – The Adventure Continue
- Star Wars: Path of the Jedi
Grand Avenue has one attraction; Muppet-Vision 3D, featuring all of your favorite Muppets characters. Grand Avenue is also home to some restaurants and a pub.
Hollywood Boulevard also has only one attraction, Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway. Hollywood Boulevard is the place to be at night for the nightly fireworks show set to Star Wars music.
The very first add on to Hollywood Studios, Sunset Boulevard, features three attractions, two well known. The indoor Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster, featuring the band Aerosmith, and the Twilight Zone’s Tower of Terror a drop tower dark ride.
- Beauty and the Beast – Live on Stage
- Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster (featuring Aerosmith)
- The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror
Toy Story Land
Completely inspired by the Toy Story movies is Toy Story Land with three attractions, a spinning teacup ride, a roller coaster, and an interactive 4D attraction.
- Alien Swirling Saucers
- Slinky Dog Dash
- Toy Story Mania!
Restaurants and Snacks
Hollywood Studios is home to 21 food options, some sit down restaurants, and others are quick service walk-up windows.
One restaurant and one quick service are located on Commissary Lane;
- ABC Commissary
- Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater Restaurant
Echo Lake is made up of three restaurants and three quick services;
- 50’s Prime Time Café
- Backlot Express
- Dockside Diner
- Hollywood & Vine
- Oasis Canteen
- Tune-In Lounge
Grand Avenue has two table service restaurants and one quick service;
- Baseline Tap House
- Mama Melrose’s Ristorante Italiano
Hollywood Boulevard has three sit down restaurants and one quick service;
- Dine with an Imagineer at The Hollywood Brown Derby
- The Hollywood Brown Derby
- The Hollywood Brown Derby Lounge
- The Trolly Car Café
Sunset Boulevard is completely made up of quick service stations;
- Anaheim Produce
- Catalina Eddie’s
- Fairfax Fare
- Hollywood Scoops
- KRNR The Rock Station
- Rosie’s All-American Cafe