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Hollywood Studios, a favorite star-studded theme park, has a few attractions you don't want to miss. With jam-packed schedules and limited time, many guests see only the areas listed on their visitor's brochure, without realizing there is so much more to see. When you book with AAA Travel, you will get the scoop on many of Disney's hidden treasures. Here are a few we recommend on your next visit to Hollywood Studios. 

 

Jedi Training: Trials of the Temple at Echo Lake – Youngsters between the ages of 4 and 12 can register to participate as new recruits, in this epic lightsaber Star Wars show. Participants will be trained by Jedi to use the force and their wit against notorious villains like Darth Vader. Head to the Indiana Jones Adventure Outpost when the park opens to ensure a spot because availability is limited.

 

Star Wars Launch Bay in Animation Courtyard – If you're a Star Wars buff, you won't want to miss an opportunity to explore the Launch Bay. Check out movie props, models, costumes, and artifacts from all the films, including Rogue One. You'll also have the chance to meet Chewbacca so keep your camera handy. Bring some cash so you can take home souvenirs from Launch Bay Cargo after your visit.

 

Walt Disney: One Man's Dream in Animation Courtyard – The legend behind the dream, Walt Disney, is commemorated in this spectacular multimedia journey, that includes rare artifacts from his life. Inside this Disney vault, you'll have the opportunity to see one-of-a-kind animation art, paintings, storyboards, photos, models, props, and costumes. Some unique items include Walt's second-grade desk, Mary Poppins memorabilia, Mickey Mouse Club costumes, and vintage Disney toys and merchandise. Spend a few minutes or a few hours learning about this beloved icon.

 

Citizens of Hollywood on Hollywood Boulevard – You're in for a treat if you have the chance to catch the Citizens of Hollywood perform during your visit. Check with guest relations or stop by the corners of Hollywood and Sunset Boulevards to find out when and where the lively improv characters will appear. You may encounter reporters, police officers, gossip columnists, and starlets from the Golden Era. Be prepared; they may invite you to join in on the fun. 

Whether you're a first-time visitor, or you've been there before, Hollywood Studios is always an exciting destination. Check with your local AAA Travel branch for available deals and packages. Our AAA Travel experts are ready to plan your Disney itinerary from start to finish so you can enjoy your visit. Call 1-800-444-8691 and make arrangements today. 

 

 

 

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