One Construction Wall Removed From Toy Story Mania Exit at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Shannen Ace

A paved path lined with green foliage and whimsical, colorful lamp posts runs through a garden area on a sunny day, with a clear blue sky overhead.

One Construction Wall Removed From Toy Story Mania Exit at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

One of two construction walls around the Toy Story Mania exit in Disney’s Hollywood Studios has been removed after four months.

Toy Story Mania Exit Construction

A group of people walk down a path bordered by green fencing and lush foliage, under a clear blue sky. Decorative lampposts line the path.

These walls went up in February 2024 although construction has been ongoing in the area for years. When exiting the attraction, there is now just one green construction wall on the left. The wall that was on the right is gone.

Three people walk along a path bordered by lush green plants and bamboo.

There is some fresh mulch and plants on the ground next to the sidewalk. There’s no fence in this area.

A paved path lined with green foliage and whimsical, colorful lamp posts runs through a garden area on a sunny day, with a clear blue sky overhead.

Scrim and fencing remain further down the queue, blocking what is presumed to be an expansion to seating for Woody’s Lunch Box. Construction began on the space over two years ago. Earlier this year, we noticed the DynoGlide plane prop that was previously removed had been reinstalled behind scrim.

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