Disney's Hollywood Studios Closing Numerous Attractions In Early April At Walt Disney World

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Walt Disney World is currently undergoing a lot of changes and the majority of those are at Disney's Hollywood Studios. The major expansion coming to that park will include Star Wars Land (working title) and a Toy Story Land, but with progress comes change. Word has gotten out today that a number of longtime attractions at the park will be closing and soon removed entirely.

On Friday morning, the Disney Parks Blog confirmed that the Lights, Motors, Action! Extreme Stunt Show will be closing as of April 2, 2016. That will give guests two-and-a-half more months to catch the show which has been in place at Disney's Hollywood Studios since March of 2005.

All of this is being done for the expansion of the new lands. In that report, Disney also revealed another interesting tidbit.

"In order to bring our new lands to life, the first steps of the expansion will be happening soon. We wanted to let you know that Lights, Motors, Action! Extreme Stunt Show and nearby locations around Streets of America will be closing on April 2, 2016. The Lights, Motors, Action! Extreme Stunt Show attraction will continue its daily shows until the closing date."

One of the things that will be going away is the Earful (or Earffel) Tower, which is a symbol of the studios itself. The Orlando Sentinel is reporting that a date has not yet been set by Disney, but its removal is coming.

Changes are being made, and not everyone is happy about them. Some are welcoming the new additions and expansions, but others feel some Disney nostalgia should be reserved.

Already within the last year-and-a-half, Disney's Hollywood Studios has seen a number of attractions close and other changes. Here are the changes that have come about at the park recently:

Disney's Hollywood Studios will see a lot of changes in the coming years and things are beginning already with Star Wars Land and Toy Story Land. Walt Disney World has a lot of history, but it is ever evolving to bring more to more guests.

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