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Hollywood Studios Day 1: First Sunday FastPass+ Lower-Crowd Itinerary

By Dave Shute


FP+ Lower Crowd HS Day 1 v4 from yourfirstvisit.netYou will begin your visit to Disney’s Hollywood Studios today, completing it Thursday afternoon and evening. Two days is way more than enough time, so, thanks to FastPass+, you get to sleep in each day. You have dinner at 50s Prime Time Cafe.

You should have FastPass+ for Toy Story Midway Mania, Star Tours, and the Frozen Sing-Along.

(Note: this is from the FastPass+ Lower Crowd Itinerary. The itinerary works only for certain weeks. See this to see if it works for your dates.)


  • Arrive at Hollywood Studios by noon


  • At opening, pick up a guide map and “Times Guide” and head to Great Movie Ride and see it unless lines are too long.  If so, get a fourth FP+ for it after your first three
  • Have lunch at Backlot Express
  • See Toy Story Midway Mania (FP+)
  • Fold in the two stunt shows (Indiana Jones and Lights Motor Action) among Muppet Vision 3D, the Frozen Sing-Along (FP+) and Star Tours (FP+)
  • Have dinner at 50’s Prime Time Cafe


Tomorrow you will finish your visit to Epcot and can take the evening off.



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