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Hollywood Studios Day 2: Thursday FastPass+ Lower-Crowd Itinerary

By Dave Shute


FP+ Lower Crowd HS Day 2 v4 from yourfirstvisit.netToday you have the morning off. You will then return to Disney’s Hollywood Studios by noon to complete the visit you began Sunday.  You have no reserved dining today.

You should have FastPass+ for Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster, Tower of Terror, and Voyage of the Little Mermaid.

(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.)

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  • Sleep in and have an early lunch at the hotel
  • Arrive at Hollywood Studios by noon


  • Check the Times Guide to plan when to see Beauty and the Beast (preferably the last show of the day)
  • See  Walt Disney: One Man’s Dream
  • See Voyage of the Little Mermaid (FP+)
  • See Disney Jr Live on Stage
  • Fit Beauty and the Beast in among your FastPass+ for Tower of Terror and Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster
  • Have dinner
  • Get in line for Fantasmic about 30-45 minutes before the show
  • See Fantasmic
  • Most lines will be short after Fantasmic–if you wish, this will be a good time for re-rides. Try for more FastPass+, or simply check standby lines
  • Head back to your hotel when you are ready


Tomorrow you will continue your visit to the Magic Kingdom



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