If I were to ask my kids what was one of their favorite Disney World Attractions, the answer would be without a doubt the Honey I shrunk the kids Movie set adventure in Disney’s Hollywood Studios. In fact I can remember visiting this attraction when I was younger and even now 25 years later I can still remember how much fun it was as a kid.
Inside this popular Disney World Attraction kids of all ages can discover what it’s like to be shrunken down to the size of a tiny insect. This large-scale, backyard-themed play space features gigantic anthills, sprawling spider webs and so much more.
The attraction is based on the popular Disney movie Honey I Shrunk the Kids and features an 11,000-square-foot play area which includes lot’s of fun props and physical structures including:
- 30-foot-tall blades of grass
- A 52-foot-long leaking water hose
- A colossal bumblebee
- Giant plant-root mazes
- A slide designed as an oversized film strip
- An enormous sniffing dog nose, modeled after the housedog from the film
- A spider web of climbing ropes
The set is located near the front of the Studio Catering Co. in the Streets of America area so it’s close to food, drinks and restrooms. It opens up an hour after the park opens and tends to get more crowded in the afternoon. However this is a very popular attraction so every time I have visited morning, noon or evening there is always a lot of kids.
Together as a family we absolutely love this part of Hollywood Studios. It’s a great place to let the kids blow off some steam, explore and have some fun. There are lot’s of places for parents to sit down and rest their feet all within a shaded area. In the summer there are certain props, like the water hose, that will get you a little wet which is a great way to cool off.
There is no time limit on how long you can enjoy the set so I would recommend making this activity one of the last things on your list. My kids always have a hard time leaving so if we were to go first thing we would miss out on popular rides like Toy Story Mania.
Have you ever been to the Honey I Shrunk The Kids Movie Set?