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Book Extra Extra Magic Hours

Once considered a half-day park, Hollywood Studios is now bursting with new experiences. In summer 2018, guests were shrunk down to the size of toys in Toy Story Land. (The Slinky Dog Dash coaster and goodies at Andy’s Lunchbox already have a devoted fanbase.)

Recently, the long-awaited Stars Wars: Galaxy’s Edge opened and welcomed guests to the exotic planet of Batuu. With exciting new shops, dining, opportunities to build lightsabers/droids, and the Millennium Falcon: Smuggler’s Run attraction – it’s no wonder that many people are booking trips just to visit this land! And if that wasn’t enticing enough, Mickey & Minnie’s Railway attraction is set to open in Spring 2020. Fans of the former Great Movie Ride can take heart because this 4-D attraction will take guests on a thrilling journey into the cartoon world of their favorite characters! (This isn’t a bad consolation prize.)

So, with all of these amazing sights, how will you fit them in? Book extra, Extra Magic Hours! (This is also known as Early Morning Magic.) For an additional fee, you and your family can visit Hollywood Studios before the park’s operating hours. This is the perfect opportunity to hit the most popular spots before the crowds pour in. You are almost guaranteed to check everything off your list.

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