Let’s Take A Look At The Crowds At Hollywood Studios Today
It’s the weekend Disney friends! If you’ve been following along with MickeyBlog, you know that we spent the day at Hollywood Studios and since the question we get asked most often during these adventures is “What were the crowds like?” we thought we’d beat you to it and share some images from our day!
Here’s a look at Hollywood Boulevard when we entered the park this morning.
There was definitely a surge in crowds first thing in the morning but the park definitely thinned out in some of the areas further away from the entrance.
Cast members were still out managing the lines and enforcing social distancing.
We have to say that their visibility especially out on Sunset Boulevard near Tower of Terror and Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster definitely helps with congestion .
Below you can see an image we took during our afternoon at Galaxy’s Edge. The crowds here are admittedly more sparse then they were at the entrance.
Even in Batuu cast members could be seen with signage to help organize the lines!
Stand-by lines for Millennium Falcon were at about 90 minutes this afternoon.
That’s pretty lengthy when compared to wait times we’ve experienced over the last few months.
Popping over to Toy Story Land, there was about a 35 minute wait time for Alien Swirling Saucers.
This is confirmed by this cast member with a sign letting guests know of the wait.
We had to give Slinky Dog Dash a miss this afternoon due to the 80 minute wait time.
Toy Story Midway Mania was also sitting at about 50 minutes this afternoon.
Here’s a look at the main walkway in Toy Story Land where you can see the slightly heavier crowds.
We did feel that Toy Story Land was a bit more high traffic than Galaxy’s Edge.
However, as we were leaving the area the crowds did start to thin out again.
However, you see the line on the right?
This is the lengthy queue for Slinky Dog Dash.
These lines can often look alot longer than they are based on the fact that all those waiting in line are positioned 6 feet apart.
As you can see, this line goes all the way up to Walt Disney Presents!
By far, the longest line our MickeyBlogger encountered today was for Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway.
As you can see from the signage the line for the ride around lunchtime was coming in at a mighty 105 minutes!
All in all it was a slightly busier than usual day at Hollywood Studios. We noticed the biggest crowds coming into the park and in Toy Story Land.
What we can say is that its nice to see robust crowds at the parks and that Disney cast members continue to take every precaution necessary to keep guests safe, to promote social distancing and to make sure Disney visitors continue to have a magical time.
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