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Hollywood Studios Day 1: Thursday FastPass+ Lower Crowd Seven Night Itinerary, Sunday Arrival

By Dave Shute


Today you have the morning off and then begin your visit to Disney’s Hollywood Studios, which you will complete Sunday morning.

You should have FastPass+ for the Frozen Sing-Along, Voyage of the Little Mermaid, and Toy Story Midway Mania. You have no scheduled dining today. Today’s plan is to work four scheduled shows in around you FastPass+ and some minor attractions.

(Note: this is from the FastPass+ Lower-Crowd Seven Night Itinerary, Sunday Arrival Variant. It does not work all weeks–use the comment form to check in on yours!)


Sleep in and be at the park by noon.
Beauty and the Beast Live on Stage from


  • Grab a Times Guide and check the timing for Lights Motor Action, Beauty and the Beast, and Fantasmic
  • See the Great Movie Ride (if lines are too long, get a fourth FastPass+ after Toy Story Mania)
  • See Voyage of the Little Mermaid (FP+)
  • See Walt Disney: One Man’s Dream
  • See Toy Story Midway Mania (FP+)
  • See the Frozen Sing-ALong (FP+)
  • See Lights Motor Action
  • See Beauty and the Beast
  • Be at Fantasmic 30-45 minutes before showtime. Fit dinner before or after


Tomorrow you continue your visit to the Magic Kingdom.

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