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Hollywood Studios Map: The Best 2022 Theme Park Guide

Disney's Hollywood Studios Star Wars Park
Millennium Falcon Smugglers Run
Hollywood Studios is one of Disney world’s four main parks.  This park is inspired by the glamor of old Hollywood, the modern movie industry, and film favorites from Pixar and Star Wars.  Maps of Hollywood Studios can be found at the entrance to the park, guest services, and most merchandise locations.  The Hollywood Studios map separates it into 9 sections:

Hollywood Boulevard

At the entrance of the park you’ll find Guest Services to your left and Oscar’s Super Service (wheelchair and stroller rentals) to your right. As you continue straight you enter Hollywood Boulevard.  This area has various shopping locations (Mickey’s of Hollywood, Keystone Clothiers, and Celebrity 5 & 10) in addition to the park’s Starbucks location (Trolley Car Cafe) Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway is the ride located straight ahead inside the replica Chinese Theater.  Table service dining in this section of the park includes The Hollywood Brown Derby.
Hollywood Studios Map Mickey and Minnie Runaway Railway
Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway

Echo Lake

You can easily spot Echo Lake thanks to Gertie, the green dinosaur.  However, you can also visit Gertie to grab an ice cream, or stop by one of the other quick-service locations here: Epic Eats, Backlot Express, or Dockside Diner.  Table service dining in this area includes Hollywood and Vine (buffet-style character dining) and 50s Prime Time Cafe. The Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular attraction and Indiana Jones Adventure Outpost gift shop are located in this area, as well as the Star Tours ride and adjoining Tatooine Traders gift shop.  This is also where you can find the Jedi Training: Trials of the Temple interactive attraction (sign-up for this attraction is located by the Indiana Jones Adventure Outpost). For the First Time in Forever: A Frozen Sing-Along Celebration is located here as well, in addition to the adjoining Frozen Fractal Gifts and Celebrity Spotlight, where characters such as Olaf can be found to meet and take photos.

Commissary Lane

Commissary Lane is a small area that runs alongside the Chinese Theater.  Dining options here are the ABC Commissary for quick-service meals or the Sci-fi Dine-in Theater Restaurant.
Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater Restaurant
Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater Restaurant
Meet-and-greets with Mickey and Minnie Mouse also occur here at Mickey and Minnie Starring in Red Carpet Dreams.

Grand Avenue 

This Muppet-themed area features the attraction Muppet Vision 3D, along with various shopping opportunities.  Pizzerizzo is the quick-service location here, or you can dine-in at Mama Melrose’s Ristorante Italiano.  Baseline Tap House is a great option for quick, light bites as well as a beer selection.

Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge

Behind Grand Avenue sits the entrance to Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.  This land  gives you the experience of stepping right onto the planet of Batuu.
Star Wars Galaxy Edge
Star Wars Galaxy Edge, Chewbacca Siting!
The two rides in Galaxy’s Edge are Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run and Rise of the Resistance.  As far as Star Wars-themed shopping, you can walk through The Market Merchants and Dok-Ondar’s Den of Antiquities.  You could also customize a lightsaber at Savi’s Workshop or create a custom droid at Droid Depot. Dining options here are all quick-service or outdoor food and beverage carts: Kat Saka’s Kettle, Ronto Roasters, Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo, Oga’s Cantina, and Milk Stand.
Disney's Hollywood Studios Star Wars Park
Millennium Falcon Smugglers Run

Toy Story Land

Shrink down to the size of a toy and enter Andy’s backyard! Attractions located here include Alien Swirling Saucers, Slinky Dog Dash, and Toy Story Mania.  Be sure to stop by Woody’s Lunchbox for a quick-service meal!
Hollywood Studios Toy Story Land Wood and Buzz
Toy Story Land

An Incredible Celebration

You can find this section of the park tucked away in a small alley next to Toy Story Land.  Take photos with Edna Mode at The Edna Mode Experience and try Jack Jack’s favorite Num Num Cookies at Neighborhood Bakery.

Animation Courtyard

One of the attractions here is Walt Disney Presents, a walk-through experience that changes themes often.  You can also check out the Voyage of the Little Mermaid stage show.  Star Wars fans will enjoy Star Wars Launch Bay, a Star Wars-themed walk-through experience.  Also located here is Disney Junior Dance Party, a live stage show with appearances from Disney Junior characters.

Sunset Boulevard

This area is home to two of the park’s most thrilling rides: Rock n Roller Coaster and Twilight Zone Tower of Terror.  Other entertainment here includes Lightning McQueen’s Racing Academy and Beauty and the Beast Live on Stage (live stage show), in addition to the fan favorite Fantasmic (nightly stage show with fireworks).  Sunset Ranch Market and Rosie’s All-American Cafe are the two quick service restaurants in this area.
Hollywood Studios Tower of Terror
Sunset Boulevard
In addition to Hollywood Boulevard, Sunset Boulevard in the other great spot in this park for general Disney shopping.  Shops here include Beverly Sunset Boutique (Pixar-themed merchandise), Once Upon a Time, and Legends of Hollywood (fashion-forward items including Pandora jewelry). Additionally, transportation offered by Disney is noted at the bottom of the park map.  Here are the transportation options listed on the Hollywood Studios map:
  • FriendShip: Boat service to and from Epcot and Epcot resorts
  • Skyliner: Transportation to and from Epcot and Skyliner resorts (Art of Animation, Pop Century, Riviera, and Caribbean Beach)
  • Walkway to and from Epcot and Epcot resorts
  • Buses: Transportation to and from all Disney resorts
In addition to the Hollywood Studios park map, be sure to grab a times guide before beginning your day.  These include lists of all park times, and they’re generally located wherever you can find a park map! Or, if you’d prefer an electronic version of the park map, they’re available on the Walt Disney World website or via the My Disney Experience app.

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