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8 Best Unique Souvenirs at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

More than any of the other theme parks, Disney’s Hollywood Studios is currently the most exciting place to be in Walt Disney World! With Toy Story Land, Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, and the new Skyliner station, and with Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway now open, there are lots of exciting things to see and do. Other than the attractions, Hollywood Studios is probably the best park to find unique souvenirs. Whether it’s to celebrate a new ride opening like Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance, or to remember a longstanding favorite like Tower of Terror or to simply commemorate being in a park that celebrates the movies, you’re sure to find a keepsake that’s perfect for you or a family member!


8 – The Slinky Dog Dash & Dodge Power Boost Set

Toy Story Land at Hollywood Studios includes the Slinky Dog Dash attraction, a family-friendly coaster. The story goes that this coaster was actually built by Andy for his backyard, and now guests can take home a miniature version of the coaster. The playset is incredibly fun and features spinning flames and launching vehicle action, just like the actual ride. To start a collection, guests can also purchase miniature ride vehicles modeled after the Alien Swirling Saucers- this way, the memories of visiting Toy Story Land will live on once you return home!

7 – Hollywood Tower Hotel Memorabilia

Remember your stay at this mysterious hotel on Sunset Boulevard with a robe, a call table bell, a bellhop hat, and tons of clothing options. I’ve always been terrified of the Tower of Terror. Still, I love the spooky allure of the attraction, and these souvenirs just look so awesome. I always love merchandise that’s themed to a specific ride, and these keepsakes definitely don’t disappoint. These souvenirs can be found at Tower Hotel Gifts, located at the exit of the attraction.

6 – Porg Plush

Within the Creature Stall in the Black Spire Marketplace, some crates hold some of the most unique creatures in the galaxy. Here you can adopt friends such as a Kowakian Monkey-Lizard, which can come to life while sitting on your shoulder (a function similar to the banshees available on Pandora), or a sleeping Loth-cat. The porgs are my favorite- they’re just so cuddly, and who wouldn’t want to take home one of these creatures?

5- Golden Director Mickey Trophy

These golden trophies are something I always remember seeing at Disney’s Hollywood Studios but have never actually bought. They just scream, “you’re at Hollywood Studios!” to me. Some of them have different “awards” inscribed on them, such as “Best Grandma” or “Best Teacher.” Therefore, not only do they make for unique souvenirs, but they’re perfect for giving as gifts!


4 – Movie Clapboard

Is there anything more Hollywood than a movie clapboard? At Disney’s Hollywood Studios, you can actually take one home! It’s perfect if you’re planning for a career on the stage or the screen, or even if you just like to pretend. This souvenir is cool to play with, but it also makes a cute prop or decoration for the home, especially if you have a silver screen vibe going on. Plus, it’s really hard to resist not picking one of these up, clapping it, and shouting “action!”

3 – Droids

Visitors to the Droid Depot, on the planet of Batuu, can choose parts and construct their own droids to take home. Guests choose various elements from a conveyor belt and take them to an assembly area, where the pieces are then put together and brought to life. However, they are also excellent companions as you wander through Galaxy’s Edge, as these droids interact with their surroundings. You can partake in the Droid Experience for $99 per droid, or you can purchase a pre-made droid. This souvenir is perfect for any Star Wars fan who has ever wanted their own BB-8 or R2-D2.


2 -Slinky Dog Ears

Most guests are used to new Mickey ears, but now that Toy Story Land has opened, Slinky Dog ears are all the rage. Rather than actual “ears,” guests can rock Slinky Dog’s whole body on top of their heads, complete with his coil spring and tail. These ears are exclusive to Hollywood Studios, which make them a super unique souvenir. They’re also adorable and fun and go great when taking pictures in front of Toy Story Land’s popsicle wall!

1 – Lightsabers

If you want to be a true Jedi, you’ll need a lightsaber. Guests visiting Galaxy’s Edge can find their way to the hidden Savi’s Workshop and create their own custom lightsabers. The workshop Master guides guests in picking a hilt, a kyber crystal, and a blade, and teaching them the ways of the Jedi. The $199 price tag includes the whole experience, and reservations are required to participate. If you’re open to other options, you can purchase pre-built lightsabers and deluxe models at other shops throughout Hollywood Studios. For me, a custom lightsaber is an ultimate keepsake, and well worth the price if you’re a major Star Wars fan!

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About Arielle Tuan

Arielle is a South Florida local who has had some major magical moments happen at Disney World. It started when her family would take drives there every few months, and she and her sister would pretend the Magic Kingdom was their backyard. After graduating college, she worked at Disney’s Animal Kingdom in a Professional Internship for six months; her role as a Conservation Education Presenter allowed her to recruit “wilderness explorers” by educating guests all over the park. After a successful six months of creating Disney magic, she completed Grad School at John’s Hopkin’s University with a Master’s Degree in Museum Studies. During a celebratory trip to Disney World as a new Annual Passholder, her longtime boyfriend Eric proposed to her on the attraction Soarin.’It was this final magical moment that cemented her love of Disney, and established Epcot as her second favorite park (after Animal Kingdom, of course). She got married two years later at Disney’s Vero Beach Resort and has been checking off Disney experiences ever since (visiting Disneyland in California, attending D23, and exploring Disneyland Paris). Despite her degree, Arielle’s main passion is sharing her love of Disney through writing. She has since written two books about her experiences working for Disney through the publisher Theme Park Press and has maintained a Disney/Lifestyle blog since 2016. Arielle can’t wait to continue experiencing Disney with her Prince Eric, and showing others why the magic of Disney is so special!