Disney Early Morning Magic comes to Toy Story Land at Disney's Hollywood Studios

Aug 22, 2018 in "Disney's Hollywood Studios"

Posted: Wednesday August 22, 2018 11:09am ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

Beginning September 17 2018, Disney will begin offering Early Morning Magic at Disney's Hollywood Studios for access to Toy Story Land.

Similar to the experience that was added to the Magic Kingdom in 2016 for access to the busy Fantasyland, the Studios edition is based around Toy Story Land and includes a breakfast.

Available on select mornings before the park opens, Disney Early Morning Magic offers exclusive, limited-time access to Toy Story Land, including Slinky Dog Dash, Alien Swirling Saucers, Toy Story Mania!, plus character greetings with Woody, Jessie and Buzz Lightyear.

The experience also includes a continental buffet, featuring yogurt, fruit, pastries, and assorted cereal as well as your choice of a main dish like avocado toast or fried chicken and cronut with maple glaze.

Disney Early Morning Magic will take place on select Mondays and Wednesdays from 7:30 a.m. to 8:45 a.m. Breakfast will be available until 10 a.m. The experience costs $79 plus tax for adult (age 10+) and $69 plus tax for children ages 3-9, and valid theme park admission is required.

Tickets can be purchased online now.

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Missing20KFeb 05, 2019

But not to worry, their opinions are totally unbiased on the trips that they pay for themselves. :rolleyes:

tissandtullyFeb 05, 2019

These two are insufferable.

YorkshireTFeb 05, 2019

Fried chicken and donuts... nothing like starting the little ones with a healthy breakfast.

nickysJan 02, 2019

EMM in general (whether at MK or DHS) has little impact on rope droppers. By the time the rope drop crowd arrive, those who were at EMM will have got their multiple rides on the TSL / Fantasyland rides and will be moving onto breakfast and the rest of the park.

Andrew MJan 02, 2019

Curious about this too.. I changed my plans to do HS on a non-EMM day, figuring that TSL would already have a significant number of people in it at 9am. P.S. Great username, being an Engineer Dad myself

po1998Jan 02, 2019

Is this still a thing, or has the line of suckers(i mean guests) who would actually pay for this dried up?

EngineerMomJan 02, 2019

Curious When theses early morning events happen, do you find the park more crowded when it does open? I would assume it affects rope drop folks

abaker1975Sep 23, 2018

Funniest thing about Tim was that they STARTED with the breakfast!

Animaniac93-98Sep 23, 2018

Wow Tim, when you put it like that it sounds like a great idea...just like that awful mustache you had. :rolleyes: And no, they didn't pay to do this.

MrHappySep 18, 2018

This is great! I was looking for a $300 breakfast for my family.

brooklyn7788Sep 18, 2018

My husband and I are really looking forward to this and i am glad that we have purchased our tickets. there is no way we would have bothered to have gone to HWS on our upcoming trip if we would have had to go when everyone else was going. love the exclusiveness of this, worth it to us to go in, ride everything 2-3 times and then leave and go to Epcot the rest of the day! YAY!

DisneyJoeSep 13, 2018

Those type don't usually go to the interwebs for their research - they send a text message or email to their travel advisor who does research and schedules a consultation with them and presents options, including using a VIP Tour Guide or other items arranged via VIP Signature Services.

21stampsSep 13, 2018

Just do it if you’re considering it. Worst case scenario it’s something you won’t do again, best case scenario- you love it, and it’s your family’s best morning at WDW. :)

abaker1975Sep 13, 2018

i am having a hard time with this. Keep being tempted to book it and then the sane part of my head says don't be so stupid! It is like having the devil and the angel on my shoulder.