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Finding Your Way to Disney's Hollywood Studios

Finding Your Way to Disney's Hollywood Studios

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BEST TIMES TO GO TO DISNEY'S HOLLYWOOD STUDIOS

Disney’s Hollywood Studios can be enjoyed in one day, although it is best to visit the most popular attractions earlier to avoid long lines. Arrive before the scheduled opening time for the best advantage. The most popular attractions—Toy Story Midway Mania!, Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster, and The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror— generate very long lines. Make a beeline for these rides first thing, unless you’ve just eaten breakfast. Your FastPass+ priority is Toy Story Midway Mania! Several of the shows have limited seating capacity (such as Voyage of the Little Mermaid) and can require a lengthy wait if busy. Check the entertainment schedule in the park Times Guide for show times. Take the length of show times into account when planning your route and keep in mind that several shows take a considerable amount of time. Many attractions and restaurants empty immediately before and during the parade, affording shorter lines or the chance to get a table without advance dining arrangements.

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GETTING TO DISNEY'S HOLLYWOOD STUDIOS

By Boat—From Epcot’s International Gateway, BoardWalk Inn & Villas, Yacht & Beach Club & Villas, and Swan & Dolphin, take the Friendship boat.
By Bus—Take a direct bus from all other resorts, Epcot’s main entrance, and Disney’s Animal Kingdom. From the Magic Kingdom, catch a bus at the Transportation and Ticket Center (TTC). From Disney Springs, Typhoon Lagoon, or Blizzard Beach, take a bus or boat to a resort and transfer to a Disney’s Hollywood Studios bus. If you purchased the Express Transportation service with your park hopper, you may board the bus at a park to transfer directly to Disney's Hollywood Studios without passing through security again (see
page 124).
By Car—Take I-4 to exit 67 (westbound) or exit 62 (eastbound) and continue on to Disney’s Hollywood Studios parking. All-day parking is available for $20 (free to resort guests and annual passholders).
By Foot—You can walk from the BoardWalk, Swan & Dolphin, and Yacht & Beach Club, and even Epcot’s International Gateway. Follow the marked pathways along the canal beside the BoardWalk Villas (see resort map on
page 52 for path location).

Friendship boat dock at Disney’s Hollywood Studios
Friendship boat dock at Disney’s Hollywood Studios
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Top Photo Slice: The Chinese Theatre on Sunset Boulevard (℗ 54104) Photo contributed by © Jennifer Marx



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        RE: Getting to Disney's Hollywood Studios

        Express transportation is kaput.

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