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Shopping at the Disney / MGM Studios

The Studios has several interesting shops. Hollywood Boulevard and the right side of Sunset Boulevard (looking from Hollywood toward the Tower of Terror) is lined with them. You can follow the strategy I described for the Magic Kingdom's Main Street here, since all of the shops are connected as they are in the Magic Kingdom.

Also, at the end of the shops on Hollywood, on the left side of the street facing the Chinese Theater, is a clothing store that has wonderful items, very much like the Disney Clothiers on Main Street in the Magic Kingdom. You need deep pockets to shop there, but it's fun to check it out anyway, as long as your will power holds out. Around the corner of Sunset Boulevard, down by the Carthay Circle Theater (toward the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror) is the jewelry store -- a great place to find Disney collectibles.

Of course, each of the main attractions have specialty shops that are interesting.  Star Tours, the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror, Rock 'N' Roller Coaster, and others all stock specifically themed products.

Other shops worth a special visit include the Muppet character shop, located just around the corner from "Muppet Square" where the MuppetVision labs are located. The character shop near the exit to the Voyage of the Little Mermaid is great, if you have young girls to shop for. Also, if you're a movie buff, don't miss Sid Cuehuenga's One-of-a-Kind shop. This shop, located to the far left as you enter the main gate, has a lot of real movie memorabilia for sale. Last, I'll mention the animation shop that you enter at the end of the animation tour. There are some very pricey items in this store, but wonderful ones if you're a Disney nut.

Resort Delivery

Don't forget, if you're staying at a Disney resort, you can have packages delivered to the front desk of your hotel. Take advantage of the service. It's definitely worth while.

Package Pick-Up at the Park

You can also have your package delivered to the front of the park, where you can pick it up later in the day (on the way back to your resort, perhaps).   In the Studios, packages are delivered to the "Lost and Found" booth, which is located to the far left of the gates just before you exit the park.  (As you face Oscar's gas station, it is to the right.)


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