Disney World Play Areas: Hollywood Studios

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Unlike the play areas in the other parks or resorts, at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, the only playground in the park is a movie set.  Inspired by the movie from 1989, “Honey, I Shrunk the Kids,” HIStK the  movie set adventure, represents the  popular children’s movies when DHS opened (as MGM Studios) in 1991.  And, though the movie has lost much of it’s relevance, the play area is still going strong in the Studios.

With 11,000 square feet of play area geared towards little ones and preschoolers, anyone passing through becomes the size of a bug, looking up to 40 ft tall bumblebees, 30 ft tall blades of grass, and slides made from oversized film strips.  Also in this play area are spraying water hoses, sure to cool off anyone on a hot summer day.  In the movie set adventure, you’ll find your way through toys, and grass, to come out back to your normal size.

This attraction can also inspire another article entitled “attractions in desperate need of a makeover.”

One bit of warning while this attraction has one exit keep an eye on your kids in the tunnels as you can get separated from the very quickly.

 

 


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