Disney's Hollywood Studios

Disney’s Hollywood Studios Rides, Attractions, and Shows (in alphabetical order)

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Beauty and the Beast-Live on Stage Sunset Boulevard

A live version of the animated film. Several of the classic songs are performed, including Be Our Guest and Beauty and the Beast. The show lasts approximately 25 minutes.

Citizens of Hollywood Hollywood Boulevard

Live shows performed on the sides of Hollywood Boulevard. The shows feature plenty of improvisation, and guests sometimes become part of the entertainment.

Disney Junior – Live on Stage! Animation Courtyard

Preschoolers know Disney Junior characters, and this show was created for them. Audience members are encouraged to sing and dance along.

Disney Movie Magic Hollywood Boulevard

A ten minute projection show across Grauman’s Chinese Theatre. Clips from several Disney classics are featured.

Fantasmic! Sunset Boulevard

Step inside Mickey’s dream and see dozens of characters in this end of the night show. There are fireworks, lasers, water screens, and more. It can be scary for sensitive children.

For the First Time in Forever: A Frozen Sing-Along Celebration Echo Lake

Anna and Elsa take the stage in this popular show, and they’re joined by some friends. Since it’s a sing along guests are encouraged to lend their voices to the fun.

Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular! Echo Lake

The longest running attraction at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. The show recreates scenes from Raiders of the Lost Ark, then tells some movie making secrets. Audience volunteers are needed.

Jedi Training: Trials of the Temple Echo Lake

Children ages 4-12 learn the ways of the Force and then battle a Star Wars villain. Sign ups take place right after the park opens at the Indiana Adventure Outpost, and the participating children must be present.

March of the First Order Hollywood Boulevard

Captain Phasma leads a squadron of Stormtroopers up Hollywood Boulevard to the Center Stage. There is then a short demonstration of power.

Muppet*Vision 3D Grand Avenue

A dated, but fun 3D film filled with the type of jokes that fans expect from the Muppets. The pre-show has plenty of bad puns as well.

Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith Sunset Boulevard, must be 48 inches or taller

The only roller coaster at Walt Disney World that goes upside down. There are three inversions on this dark ride, and it’s set to the music of Aerosmith.

Star Tours – The Adventures Continue Echo Lake, must be 40 inches or taller

Climb aboard a Starspeeder 1000 and enter a galaxy far, far away. Different characters and worlds are featured, so there are dozens of ride combinations.

Star Wars: A Galactic Spectacular Hollywood Boulevard

A fireworks and projection show that features all of the Star Wars movies. The music of the legendary John Williams enhances the experience.

Star Wars: A Galaxy Far, Far Away Hollywood Boulevard

Characters from the Star Wars franchise recreate scenes from the beloved movies.

Star Wars Launch Bay Animation Courtyard

A museum of sorts that features replicas of props and costumes from the Star Wars franchise. Enjoy a ten minute film in Launch Bay Theater, or skip it. There’s a high end gift shop at the end.

Star Wars: Path of the Jedi Echo Lake

A film that pieces together scenes from the Star Wars movies to tell of the rise and the fall of the Jedi.

Toy Story Mania! Pixar Place

A popular family ride, guests play carnival style games in 3D. Characters from the Toy Story movies encourage players to try to get a high score.

The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror Sunset Boulevard, must be 40 inches or taller

Head into the Hollywood Tower Hotel and learn of a fateful night in 1939. Guests then board the elevator, which drops 13 stories over and over in a random pattern.

Voyage of The Little Mermaid Animation Courtyard

Become part of Ariel’s world in this live show. A mixture of live action and puppets are used.

Walt Disney Presents Animation Courtyard

A museum that gives guests a glimpse into Walt Disney’s life and also the history of the Walt Disney Company. Information on future park attractions is also found. Often a sneak peek of an upcoming Disney film will play in the theater at the end.