Whether doing a show or just roaming, the Tree Army Men always seem to be out. It’s a nice touch that makes the land feel alive.
The Green Army Man is probably looking for shade in this new land. He’s not going to find it. Cast members and guests alike have been complaining that there is little shade from the sun in Toy Story Land, a real problem in Orlando in the Summer.
My personal favorite detail: the Alien Swirling Saucers sign is “snapped” into the marquee. Anyone who has ever assembled a playset will appreciate this.
Be sure to check out our full reviews of breakfast and lunch/dinner at Woody’s Lunchbox. The Monte Cristo is a staff favorite!
Yes, Slinky Dog Dash has reached wait times of 270 minutes, but it’s down to about 90 on average now.
The price tag on the book says $19.95, a reference to the year Toy Story was released in theaters.
A rather cute map on the load area wall shows Andy’s Backyard and the route of the coaster. Sadly, most of these were going to be scenes on the ride until they were cut from the budget.
The queue is very uncovered and brutally hot despite the fans. The covered queue isn’t much better thanks to the Florida humidity.
THERE’S COOTIES IN THE BATHROOM!
Restroom issues? More on that in a coming story…
Toy Story Land is certainly cute and charming, but it really shines at night thanks to a thoughtful lighting package. Alien Swirling Saucers has synchronized light to all 8 different songs that play.
Slinky Dog Dash is a very different experience between night and day. I guess you could say that the difference is like night and day…
This and That
Some cute new ear hat keychains for sale at Mickey’s of Hollywood.
Some new men’s tees for sale at Keystone Clothiers.
D-Tech on Demand has six different Toy Story Land MagicBand designs guests can choose from.
New “Power Couple” tees for sale, also at Keystone Clothiers.
The Walt Disney Records kiosk at Rock ‘N’ Roller Coaster was turned into a face painting kiosk.