Do you love the movies? Are you ready for some thrills? Do the music stylings of Aerosmith get your blood pumping? Are you an adult? If you answered yes to any of these questions – this post is for you!
This is the third post in my series of top 5 adult attractions at each Walt Disney World park and today we are covering Hollywood Studios.
“Movie magic comes to life at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, awash in the glitz and glamour of Hollywood’s Golden Age.”
Here are my top 5 Adult Attractions at Hollywood Studios
The Great Movie Ride: Sure this is a great attraction for kids of all ages. However, the films that are highlighted on the Great Movie Ride will definitely appeal to a different generation than those that grew up with Frozen. From Casablanca to the Wizard of Oz, reminisce over all the classic films.
Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith: Even if you don’t consider yourself an Aerosmith fan, Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster is the perfect adult attraction! This is the only coaster at Disney that goes upside down and is great for all of you thrill seekers out there. Guests must be at least 48 inches in order to ride.
Star Tours – The Adventure Continues: Sure, the new generation loves Star Wars, but they were not around for Episodes 4-6, or even 1-3 for that matter! So go ahead and enjoy Star Tours to your full potential – you’ve waited a long time for this! Guests must be at least 40 inches in order to ride.
The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror: This is my favorite attraction at Hollywood Studios. I just love it so much. From the perfectly themed queue, to the creepy Bellhops – everything about it is so great! If you have any tendency to the macabre or the weird, definitely check out The Tower of Terror. Guests must be at least 40 inches in order to ride.
Walt Disney: One Man’s Dream: Another attraction appropriate for the whole family, but maybe not as interesting to youngsters. One Man’s Dream gives guests the opportunity to explore Walt Disney’s legendary creative legacy through a fascinating multimedia journey that includes rare artifacts. This is also a great attraction to check out during a rain storm, or if you are looking for a quick afternoon break.
Do you still consider Hollywood Studios an “all day park” for adults or have all the recent closures have you skipping out early? Let me know your thoughts in the comments.