The pre-show for this attraction is very entertaining. Watch Gonzo, Sam Eagle and Scooter on overhead monitors as they discuss an upcoming show (the one you’re about to watch) as well as theater protocol.
As the lights fade and the movie begins, stare in amazement as you suddenly find yourself in the center of the action. Reach out and almost touch Kermit, Miss Piggy and the gang—seemingly right in front of you—as you take off on a wacky, behind-the-scenes tour of Muppet Labs. And meet Waldo C. Graphic, the world's first computer-generated Muppet, as he wreaks havoc on everybody in his path, including Sam the Eagle, during his patriotic grand finale.
The best time to do Muppet*Vision 3-D is early in the morning or late in the evening so you can spend the daytime going to the shows that are only performed during the day. The stand-by line can be long immediately following one of the surrounding shows (Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular! and Lights, Motors, Action! Extreme Stunt Show) as the crowds spill out and go directly to the closest attraction which would be this one.
Um, hello...of course we like this one. (It's Kermit for goodness' sake!) Even for our non-frog friends, this show is great. Certain parts are a bit loud, but the little ones are usually fine since it's the Muppets making all the racket.
Muppet*Vision 3-D is a multi-sensory experience centered around a 3-D film that lasts about 17 minutes. It is located in the Streets of America area at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. The theater is designed to look just like the one from the classic television series and seats 584 people. The seating is padded. Guests may remain in their wheelchair, motorized scooter or ECV to experience the attraction.
Source: Undercover Tourist
This 25-minute attraction plays continuously throughout the day. However, due to its popularity, plan to see it early. Don't miss the fountain near this attraction that features your favorite Muppet characters cast in bronze.
Enjoy the pre-show on the TV monitors before you enter the theater. It's just a little clue to the fun to come! Disney's Magical Moments pins with game buttons are designed to interact with this attraction.
"Dr. Kermit the Frog" received his honorary degree from Long Island University in 1996.
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