Seeing all the brightly colored gondolas zipping through the air when I arrive at Hollywood Studios is actually something I look forward to now. It’s hard to believe all the changes happening inside and outside of the park. Not only do we have a new security check point and tram loop, but the Disney Skyliner seems to making a lot of progress. On my most recent visit to the park, I had to start by taking a look at the Skyliner Station.
We can see railings and pathways coming together around the station.
There’s also some signage on the side of the building, but it’s still wrapped in padded blankets and tape.
Once we made our way into the park, we headed down Sunset Boulevard to discover the Tower of Terror at a terrifying 115 minute wait. It was pretty early, but Tower of Terror has not been operating at full capacity. Rock ‘n’ Rollercoaster was also temporarily down, which added to the high wait time.
Anything with a 115 minute wait gets a hard pass from me, so back down Sunset I go. I can see the towering crane from Galaxy’s Edge construction.
Near the Oasis Canteen and Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular, I noticed a construction wall that stretched down a majority of the path towards Backlot Express.
The Guest Experience Team has been relocated just down the path outside of Backlot Express.
A close encounter with a wild crane.
There is still a lot of scaffolding on the side of Muppet*Vision 3D.
I see something peeking through the trees.
It looks like it’s going to be painted to blend into the background.
Toy Story Land has a new pressed penny machine with a crank and card reader, similar to the one we recently spotted at the Magic Kingdom.
$1 for a penny? Sounds like a fair deal.
Well, it was a pretty quiet day at Hollywood Studios, but we’ll take it considering what the future holds for us. I’m not sure if I’m ready for it!