Do You Know These 5 Secrets About Walt Disney World’s Hollywood Studios?

Guests who visit Walt Disney World can enjoy spending their time in four wonderful theme parks which each have their own lands designed to bring guests to different places in the world, in time, and in imagination. Disney’s Hollywood Studios invites guests to step into the Star Wars galaxy, join toy friends for fun, and even travel to the Twilight Zone! The park is filled with attractions, entertainment, dining, shopping, and beautifully themed areas. With so much to do and see in Disney’s Hollywood Studios, guests might spend a lot of time there and think that they know all of the hidden secrets hidden amongst the details. However, there are plenty of hidden secrets that many guests overlook on each visit to the park! Let’s see how well you know these hidden secrets in Walt Disney World’s Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

5. Hey Jude!

The Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith is one of the most thrilling attractions in Walt Disney World and can be found at the end of Sunset Boulevard in Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Guests who are ready to rock are invited into G Force Records before running into the band and rushing across town to make it to a concert on time. While waiting to enter into the recording studio, guests can listen for an intercom page that pays tribute to The Beatles. The announcement is looking for an employee named Jude and references the classic song “Hey Jude.”

4. Broken Glass

Right next door to the Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith is the eerie Twilight Zone Tower of Terror which is housed in the Hollywood Tower Hotel. The attraction brings guests directly to The Twilight Zone as an evil service elevator drops them in random sequences. While moving through the lobby and just before entering into the library, guests can spot a pair of broken glasses left behind years ago. The glasses are a reference to an episode of The Twilight Zone titled Time Is Not Enough in which a man finds himself with all the time in the world to read his books but unfortunately he breaks his glasses.

3. A Muppet Tribute

Muppet Vision 3D can be found off Grand Avenue and brings guests directly into the Muppet laboratories for a wacky and hilarious adventure as only the Muppets could pull off. Before going into the main theater, guests can enjoy a preshow in a room that is made to look like a warehouse for all of the Muppets’ belongings. While there are plenty of comical and corny props and jokes all around, there is one that pays homage to the creator of the series. Guests can spot a portrait of the late Jim Henson in Muppet form, making a great tribute to the man who created the Muppets.

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2. Familiar Headgear

Guests who are looking to go out of this world and blast off into the galaxy should definitely stop by Star Tours – The Adventure Continues for an amazing adventure. The attraction allows guests to join the Rebel Alliance after finding out that a Rebel Spy is on board their Star Tours cruiser. While moving through the queue of the attraction, guests pass underneath a screen which shows the silhouette of characters walking past in the background. Guests who look closely can spot R2D2 gliding past at one point wearing iconic Mickey ears!

1. A Special Number

Guests who walk down Sunset Boulevard and enjoy the atmosphere can feel as though they have traveled back in time to the roaring twenties in Hollywood. Located on the street is a classic trolley car which has many amazing details including a number with important historical significance. The trolley is numbered 694 which references the opening date of Sunset Boulevard in June 1994.

About Caitlin Kane

Caitlin Kane first started visiting Walt Disney World when she was two years old, and despite spending most of that trip quarantined with the chicken pox she managed to fall in love with the place. Visiting WDW every year since, she especially loves learning all about the history and small details of the parks and eating/drinking her way through the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival each fall. When she's not in Disney, Caitlin lives in New York and spends her time counting down the days to her next trip.