Today we have a special Sunday update for you as Renée headed out to Disney's Hollywood Studios yesterday to say one final goodbye to the Streets of America and a few other things that are closing to make way for the parks massive overhaul.
Written by Renée Girard
Today we're visiting Disney's Hollywood Studios for the final day of Streets of America. #DHS
The stage is ready for the all-new Star Wars show that's opening this month.
The already abandoned Coke snack stand and the remains of the Backlot Tour entrance.
Studio Catering Co. served their final meal and cast members gather for a photo.
The High Octane bar is drawing a large crowd for their last call.
Mike and Sulley have packed their bags and have gone back to Monstropolis.
Sad to see some cool hidden gems at DHS go, like the Splash fountain.
Honey I Shrunk the Kids playground has now closed its gates
Lights, Motors, Action Extreme Stunt Show played its final performance yesterday.
This popular photo spot from Singing in the Rain will be no more.
The sign for the Osborne Family Lights is still up for those to remember the lights throughout the years.
Pizza Planet quick service food has already closed their doors
San Francisco in the Streets of America.
Construction walls are already up behind Muppets 3-D too.
A nice little tribute to Once Upon a Time on the Streets of America.
A handful of people are wandering the Streets of America one last time.
(Editors Note: Interesting that when Disneyland closed the Rivers of America (which is coming back) there were enough people on hand to sink all the boats yet the Streets of America (which is not coming back) gets no fan attention, even on a busy Spring Break Saturday).
New York City on the Streets of America.
The Writer's Stop is also closing, to make way for a lounge as an extension of the Sci-Fi Dine In
Thankfully, Muppet Vision 3D will still remain in the park.
Much of this sign will be changing, to a galaxy far, far away.
And that's a wrap! The Streets of America has given us many great memories throughout the years.
Thanks again to Renée for another great update from Florida. We appreciate you taking the time out of your "goodbye's" to much of DHS to send us some great pics and memories.
What is your favorite memory of Streets of America? Share with us below.