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Disney’s Hollywood Studios Kids Trip

Hollywood Studios Kids Trip Guide:

Kids can live out their dreams of being a star! Learn tips and tricks to save money, maximize time, and decide which experiences are best for your brood.

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An Online Tour Guide:

  • to play and pause as you wish
  • providing a day or two of entertainment for less than $5
  • including insider tips, maps and directions
  • fascinating information throughout your route
  • and tons of photos because 'a picture is worth 1000 words'
Like having a friend show you around!

Hollywood Studios Kids Trip; At Disney’s Hollywood Studios, you are the star of the show, as rides, improv actors, and even restaurants place you in the middle of the action. In this tour, a former Cast Member will provide an insider’s guide to the main events and hidden secrets of this unique theme park. You will learn tips and tricks on saving money, maximizing your time, and deciding which experiences are best for your kids. Along the way, you will learn a bit about the park’s history and development, and plans for the future. Explore these and more with your expert personal guide, available 24/7 on your schedule!

Hollywood Studios Kids Trip Highlights

  • Introduction
  • Arriving
  • Hollywood / Sunset Blvd
  • Animation / Pixar Place
  • Streets/Commissary/Echo
  • After Dark
Transportation By Foot – Easy walking
Specialty Child Friendly, Historical/Heritage
Tour Type Guided Tour – play before & while you tour
And much much more…


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Tips

  • Don't over-plan your day. Although it is good to have a general design, many of the park's best moments are spontaneous. Leave plenty of time to stop and watch the street performers or relax in the shade while feeding the ducks.
  • Touch and interact with everything. Pull on ropes, lift rugs, and open crates. The park is filled with small details that are only accessible to those who go looking for them.
  • Involve your kids in planning the day. Taking responsibility for small decisions such as where to eat lunch gives them a sense of pride and ownership in the trip. If they are responsible enough, consider letting them carry their own spending money as well.
  • At Disney's Hollywood Studios, kids are permitted to ride alone at the age of seven. Encourage their independence by allowing them to ride in a separate vehicle seat, or even go on an attraction alone while you wait at the exit.
  • Although many guidebooks recommend taking a midday hotel break away from Disney's Hollywood Studios, commuting takes time. Instead, consider joining other guests napping on a manicured lawn, or simply relax over a long, late lunch.

Lisa Fritscher

Lisa Fritscher was raised in Central Florida and has published more than 1000 freelance articles. Before becoming a writer, Lisa was employed as an actor and attractions spieler at Universal Studios Orlando, Walt Disney World and Sea World Orlando. She often travels with her disabled father, which sparks her special interest in accessible destinations.

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"Exciting, a whole new concept"
Around The World Travel Radio

"Even though I am a local, I thoroughly enjoyed visiting and learning more about the history of the landmarks. The author's interest in the area comes through in his engaging style of writing. Being able to complete the tour at my own pace made it even
more enjoyable."
Flora Savitzky (Researcher)

"When the conference ended, I stayed in town on my own and used T4M's self-guided tour to decide which things in town I wanted to visit and what to see/do there. The guide was right every step of the way. Bottom line, this guide helped me make the most of my time in town."
Ed Wetschler, SATW & Editor of Tripitini