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Hollywood Studios Day 1 Disney World Higher Crowd Itinerary



By Dave Shute

(Note: this is from the Disney World Higher Crowd Itinerary.)

HOLLYWOOD STUDIOS DAY 1: MONDAY AGENDA

You begin and end today at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, with an afternoon break between. You should have FastPass+ for Tower of Terror, Indiana Jones, and Fantasmic.

AT THE PARK

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  • Arrive by 45 minutes before open, and at open head to Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster. Ride it, and re-ride if you wish
  • Ride Tower of Terror (FastPass+), and re-ride if you wish
  • See Star Wars Launch Bay
  • See the 11a Beauty and the Beast
  • See the noon Indiana Jones Stunt Show (FP+)
  • Head back to your hotel and take a break
  • Return to the park by 5.45p
  • Have dinner at a counter service
  • Depending on the timing of Fantasmic see MuppetVision 4D, Walt Disney: One Man’s Dream, and Disney Jr. Live on Stage (any you miss you can see on Wednesday)
  • See Fantasmic (FP+)

PREVIEW OF TOMORROW

Tomorrow you begin your visit to the Magic Kingdom.

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