A tribute to the movie studios of Hollywood is the backdrop for Hollywoodland. Attractions here include Guardians of the Galaxy: – Mission: BREAKOUT, Monsters Inc: Mike and Sully to the Rescue and the Red Trolley Line winds it’s way through Hollywoodland and the nearby Buena Vista Street.
Entertainment venues such as the Hyperion Theater offer Disney’s Frozen, a spectacular musical based on the Disney animated classic.
Disney Jr. Live on Stage! features a live performance by loveable Disney characters from the Disney Channel.
Catch a bite to eat at Award Wieners, Fairfax Market snack stand, or browse Off the Page, a store featuring items themed to Disney animated characters.
Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales Sneak Peek:
Housed in the Hollywood Land movie house, catch a sneak peek of the upcoming feature film. Now through June 4 – a 14-minute sneak peek of the upcoming film from Disney Studios.
Guardians of the Galaxy – Mission: BREAKOUT
This new attraction brings you into the worlds of Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy. The Guardians are being held captive by The Collector. Board the gantry and help the Guardians escape before it’s too late!
Disney Animation Building
The Disney Animation Building is a rare gem and often overlooked. Explore the many fascinating demonstrations and activities, including The Beast’s Library and Turtle Talk with Crush. This interactive presentation allows guests to speak to and interact with a fully computer rendered version of Crush from the Disney/Pixar film, Finding Nemo..
Disney Animation is more than your average attraction, throwing guests into the world of animated Disney classics. The lobby, called the Animation Courtyard, leads to Drawn to Animation, Sorcerer’s Workshop, and the Animation Screening Room. In Drawn to Animation, guests will be able to watch as Disney animators, along with some help from Mushu from Mulan, go from the beginning to the end of character creation. In the Sorcerer’s Workshop, guests can go through themed rooms from Aladdin, Beauty and the Beast, and The Little Mermaid to further explore animation and even try a little animating of their own. The Animation Screening Room contains a film showing more of the animation process from beginning to end. Finally, the Art of Animation features the history of one animated character – from development to the final result!
Turtle Talk with Crush
Turtle Talk with Crush allows the audience to speak to and interact with a fully rendered computer animated Crush from Disney/Pixar’s Finding Nemo. The attraction has been popular at EPCOT. Definitely don’t miss this!
Disney Jr. Dance Party
Disney Junior – Dance Party! at Disney California Adventure Park provides preschoolers the chance to sing, dance and play! Popular Characters come to life with enchanting puppets, bright visuals, whimsical scenery and catchy songs. Several shows daily – check the Daily Performance Schedule.
Off the Page
An Animation fan’s dream come true! This store offers limited edition cels, along with Disney collectibles and figurines, and of course, pins. A large collection of books on Disney animation as well.
A large selection of Hollywood collectibles, with a hint of “LA strangeness”.
Adjacent to the now-closed MuppetVision3D attraction, this small shop offers Hollywood Themed merchandise and Monsters Inc. themed items..
Dining and Snacks
Heaping hot dogs win top honors in this popular sausage-mobile parked by Muppet Vision 3D.
A selection of fresh fruits and vegetables of the season., along with juices, bottled water and other healthy foods and drinks.
Hollywood and Dine
A collection of dining establishments, in a food court atmosphere. A large selection of foods available here (fast food primarily). Soups, pizzas, deli sandwiches are just a few of the selections.
A large selection of smoothies, made with various juices and ingredients, with a small coffee bar. Limited seating.
The largest theater in the Disneyland Resort, the 2000-seat Hyperion Theater currently plays host to Disney’s Frozen, a musical based on the blockbuster animated film, showcasing the movie’s most pivotal parts. Show times are posted daily not only outside the theater, but also on the Guide to the Magic park maps.