Disney's Hollywood Studios: "Frozen" Summer Fun Map

The "Frozen" Summer Fun event is in full swing at Disney's Hollywood Studios. Guests who enjoyed last year's activities will be glad to know that the majority of them has returned to the park this summer, including the great fireworks show at the end of a fun-filled day. If you are planning on visiting Disney's Hollywood Studios in the next few months, we are sure you will enjoy taking a look at the current park map, which includes all the special activities currently available.

Here is the map that will be available at Disney's Hollywood Studios throughout the summer season:

Looking for the full-size version of the map? CLICK HERE for the full version of the front of the map, or CLICK ON THIS LINK for the back of the map, which includes the legend and ride descriptions.

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  1. Until Disney adds more actual attractions and becomes UN-"Frozen," I have no reason to ever visit their parks again. WDW has devolved from actual rides and attractions into one large merchandising store and endless lines for character meet and greets. No thanks! See you across town at Universal.

  2. WELL SAID, ANONYMOUS!! I totally agree. . . Why did Disney have to shut down so many attractions at DHS and they are still not even beginning construction on anything--not Star Wars Land, Not Cars Land, not Toy Story Playland--NOTHING!

    Why did they have to close the Jack Sparrow Pirate (projection) show? I know it was small and not extremely exciting BUT I liked it. It was something FUN to do. . .

    No wonder your Toy Story Midway Mania lines are so long--THERE IS NOTHING TO DO!!!!! TAKE OUR MONEY AND GIVE US THE CHANCE TO BUY MERCHANDISING THAT IS 50% MORE EXPENSIVE THAN WHAT YOU CAN GET IT AT TARGET!!! Yeah, that'll keep us all coming back. . .

  3. Personally, I'll still be heading to Disney at least a few times a year, but I have no reason to go to Hollywood Studios for more than 3-4 hours. It's worth a boat ride over for a TSMM fastpass and a drink at the bar.

  4. It's all down to cost cutting. How much money do you think the backstage tour was costing every time a train went into the canyon. Like when I first went to Disney in 1993. A lot of the attractions had CM giving the tours but now most of them is a recorded tour guide.