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Hollywood Studios Day 2: Second Sunday FastPass+ Lower Crowd Seven Night Itinerary, Sunday Arrival

By Dave Shute


Today you complete your visit to Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and return home.

You should have FastPass+ for the Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster, Star Tours, and Indiana Jones. You have no scheduled dining today.

(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!)


  • Check out and note your instructions for Disney’s Magical Express if you are using it.  If you aren’t, for many domestic airlines you’ll be able to check bags and print boarding passes near the front desk.  This is a tip-based service.  You can also store your bags at the bell stand
  • Arrive at the Studios by 45 minutes before open


  • At park open, head to Tower of Terror and ride it
  • See Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster (FP+)
  • See Disney Jr Live on Stage
  • See Muppet Vision 3D
  • See Star Tours (FP+)
  • See Indiana Jones (FP+)
  • If time permits, see the Magic of Disney Imagination and Disney Jr Live on Stage
  • Sadly return home

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