Throughout the past few years, Disney’s Hollywood Studios has undergone a lot of changes. We saw construction and destruction that’s made us think that Disney has embraced the phrase, “Out with the old, in with the new.” Take a look below to say goodbye to some old favorites.
In January 2016, the Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights began its final performances.
The Magic of Disney Animation closed in July 2015, getting rid of the behind the scenes looks at upcoming films like this one, from “Inside Out.”
The closing of the Magic of Disney Animation also closed down its meet and greet area, which was just recently hosting Hiro and Baymax from “Big Hero 6.”
The Lights, Motors, Action Extreme Stunt Show closed April 2016, after a seven year run. Photo courtesy of Matt Dempsey on Flickr.
The Streets of America was officially closed in April 2016, which was a part of Disney’s Hollywood Studios all the way back when it was called Disney’s MGM Studios. Photo courtesy of Chris Sparkes on Flickr.
April 2016 was also the end of the Honey, I Shrunk the Kids Movie Set Adventure, which has been a staple since 1990. Photo courtesy of HarshLight on Flickr.
Pizza Planet was closed in January 2016, but the good news is the PizzeRizzo will be taking its place soon. Photo courtesy of Josh Hallett on Flickr.
The new Hollywood Studios looks pretty great, with a Toy Story Land and an expanded Star Wars Land, but I think I’ll miss a lot of the old. What’ll you miss the most about Hollywood Studios?