Like any attraction there are pros and cons but overall Hollywood Studios was a complete miss for us when we visited with our three year old. The park is beautiful and the detail is impressive, however, I don't understand why this is the location where all the Disney/Pixar movies (Cars, Monsters Inc., etc.) and Disney Jr. are showcased. Overall the park has great appeal to older visitors and had I visited without a three year old I have little doubt that I would have loved it. For those who haven't visited before, this park has a handful of rides (four I believe) and only one (The Toy Story ride) is an option for younger visitors due to height limitations on the other rides. The Toy Story ride is VERY popular however and hard to get a ride on. We visited on a weekday in early November, which isn't a busy time at Disney, despite that however by the time we showed up at Hollywood Studios at 10:30 a.m. (the park opened at 9 a.m. that day) all the Fastpasses for the day for the Toy Story ride had been distributed and the wait was almost two hours. The rest of the "attractions" at the park are shows that last between 15-30 minutes some require 3D glasses. Our kid did alright with the 3D glasses but overall a day spent sitting watching show after show isn't a great day for most young kids. Also, it is worth noting that all the shows offer Fastpass options, however, only patrons staying at Disney hotels with access to the Fastpass+ system can get Fastpass to the shows at Hollywood Studios. Not staying at a Disney hotel? Take a pass on this park unless you like standing in line.Another pro for this park for adult patrons- they serve booze at Hollywood Studios unlike the Magic Kingdom so you can stroll around the park or sit in the shows beer in hand. Fantasmic was also a bust with our guy- the show was loud and focused on villains which was a bit frightening. And the really cool old Hollywood feel of the park that is impressive to adults? Totally lost on kids under 10.
Overall I felt the park was VERY well suited for adults. Why on earth this is the only place at WDW your young kids can meet characters like Doc McStuffins, Jake, Lightening McQueen, or the guys from Monsters Inc. is just poor planning in my opinion. If your young kids really want to meet one of those characters I'd suggest going just for that then heading out to one of the other parks.
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