Disney’s Hollywood Studios Hours Extended in Late March and Early April

Disney’s Hollywood Studios has stayed busy since the addition of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge and specifically since Rise of Resistance opened this past December.

When Rise of Resistance first opened guests were showing up hours before Hollywood Studios opened for the day. Since that first week Hollywood Studios has routinely extended their hours in an effort to accommodate guests hoping to ride it, but now another new attraction has just opened in Hollywood Studios and brought along another surge of guests.

Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway opened this week and immediately had a 300 minute wait. As of time of publishing, it has a 150 minute wait.

Guests come face to face with Jackhammer Pete on a busy city street during Mickey and Minnie’s Runway Railway. (Kent Phillips)

Starting now and extending through April 4th, Hollywood Studios is opening an hour early. Instead of opening at 9 AM, the park will now be opening up at 8 AM. This gives you one more hour to ride Mickey and Minnie’s Runway Railway! You can  check out our full review here!

Are you excited for Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway? Or do you miss the Great Movie Ride? Let us know in the comments.

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2 Replies to “Disney’s Hollywood Studios Hours Extended in Late March and Early April”

  1. Wow, I’m so not happy about this. We have an 8am breakfast ADR at H&V as I thought I could try the “get a before park opens breakfast ADR” hack to try to get on Rise. This really ruins a plan I had set for 3 months now. They should keep the parks open later rather then open earlier as with Rise, the morning crowds are already nuts. The characters are great at H&V but let’s face it, the food isn’t good and spending $200 for a party of 6 isn’t worth it.