PHOTO REPORT: Disney’s Hollywood Studios 2/26/20 (Long Lines, Legends of Hollywood Refurbishment, New T-Shirt Displays, and More)

Bright suns! Let’s take a trip around Hollywood Studios today to see what’s new in the park.

All those in favor of changing this sign from “Sunset Ranch Market” to “Sunrise Ranch Market,” say aye!

After the conclusion of “Star Wars: A Galaxy Far, Far Away” this week, the courtyard in front of the Chinese Theatre feels so wide open.

Some of the walkways in front of the area are roped off as Cast previews for Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway continue this week.

Work on the exterior of Legends of Hollywood continues to progress.

Several metal construction walls are up around the exterior of the store facing Sunset Blvd.

Large crowds have meant lots of switchbacks outside of ride queues. This maze was in place outside of Tower of Terror.

The cooler temps meant that sweaters and hoodies were a hot commodity inside of Tower Hotel Gifts.

Outside of Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster, switchbacks were full of guests waiting to rock out with Aerosmith.

Inside Rock Around the Shop, a new wall display for non-ride specific t-shirts has gone up.

As the crowds continued to pour in at the park, the line for Slinky Dog Dash snaked all the way to Voyage of the Little Mermaid.

With the Muppet’s fountain back in working order, it is once again a popular photo spot for guests.

Inside Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, the mobile order pickup line for Ronto Roasters extended all the way past Kat Saka’s Kettle.

Even the Droid Depot has a line, with guests waiting 80 minutes to get into the store.

That does it for our visit to the parks. Stay tuned to WDWNT as we keep you up to date on the latest Disney parks news.

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Shannon Winters
Shannon Winters
7 months ago

Why on Earth the crazy crowds???? It’s not a holiday? It’s a Thursday in February?

Tom Hopeless
Tom Hopeless
7 months ago

“Guests waited 80 minutes to get into a store”. Just let that sentence sink in. I would increase ticket prices every 3 months on these people too.

Adiel Alfonso
Adiel Alfonso
7 months ago

Wow, 80 minutes t
just to get in a store. The crowds are making Disney far from enjoyable. It’s just too much, that’s why I won’t be renewing my annual pass when it expires in September.