By the co-author of The easy Guide to Your Walt Disney World Visit 2017, from the best-reviewed Disney World guidebook series ever. Paperback available on Amazon here. Kindle version available on Amazon here. PDF version available on Gumroad here.—Disney World Instructions for the First-Time Visitor

Hollywood Studios Day 1 Disney World FastPass+ Lower Crowd Itinerary

By Dave Shute


You will begin your visit to Disney’s Hollywood Studios today, completing it Wednesday 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, and 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 arrival, 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 Indiana Jones stunt show among Muppet Vision 3D, the Frozen Sing-Along (FP+) and Star Tours (FP+)
  • Have dinner at 50’s Prime Time Cafe


Tomorrow you will begin your visit to the Magic Kingdom.

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