Disney’s Toy Story Land: The Complete Guide
“Toy Story” was the first major feature from Pixar in 1995, and it was an immediate hit. The subsequent films, premiering in 1999 and 2010, have also been enormously popular. With such a long stretch of success, it makes sense, then, that Woody, Buzz Lightyear, and the other beloved characters from the franchise would get their own home at Walt Disney World. Located at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, the 11-acre Toy Story Land is cute and engaging. Although it’s geared to young children, the land resonates with any fans of the movies, regardless of age.
There are three attractions, two that opened with the land in 2018 and one that pre-dates it.
Tips and Tricks
Consider touring the land at night as well as during the day. During the day, you’d be able to appreciate many of the charming details. But at night, you’d be able to enjoy Toy Story Land with beautiful lighting thanks to the Christmas bulbs (oversized, of course) that Andy has strung haphazardly. A nighttime ride on Slinky Dog Dash, which meanders through the holiday bulbs, can be enchanting.