My top 5 things to see at Hollywood Studios

4 Apr

The last time I went to Disney’s Hollywood Studios theme park, I spent the day wearing my poncho because of torrential rain. However, I did not let this stop me from having fun, and believe me there is lots to be had here.

Hollywood Studios offers behind-the-scenes glimpses of Hollywood-style action with live shows, thrilling attractions, backstage tours and special events that only happen in this Disney Park dedicated to entertainment.

1. Fantasmic!

Fantasmic! is a spectacular fireworks and water show which is only performed on selected nights. The 25 minute show stars Mickey Mouse and a bevy of delightful Disney Characters, featuring classic Disney music and songs, laser lights and amazing hydro technic effects.

2. Lights, Motors, Action! Extreme Stunt Show

Light, Motors, Action! is an extreme live stunt show lasting 33 minutes! This thrilling live attraction for big kids, teens and adults reveals the filmmaking secrets behind complex vehicle stunts and electrifying pyrotechnics.

3. Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster

Rock ‘n’ Roller coaster is a must for all thrill seekers! This high-speed attraction is a roller coaster amplified by the driving beat of a special soundtrack recorded by the rock legends Aerosmith.

4. Toy Story Mania!

I love Toy Story and this ride really captures the fun of the movie and characters. It is an interactive, 4D attraction featuring the loveable cast of characters from the Disney·Pixar Toy Story films. Climb aboard a ride vehicle and play through a gallery of midway-style games designed for a raucous good time.

5. Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular

Some of the most captivating scenes from the first Indiana Jones film are recreated in a scheduled 30-minute live show. Go on a quest to discover the secrets behind the adventurous stunts that made the movie memorable.

Hollywood Studios is dedicated to entertainment, and it sure does entertain. It’s also worth mentioning the Studio Backlot Tour. This is a 35 minute behind-the-scenes guided walk and tram ride which offers insight into how some of the most spectacular special effects in movies are made. It is defo worth taking the time to go on this tour and learn some of the ‘backstage’ techniques.

That’s all from me!

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