As a gal that loves a great photo backdrop, heading to Toy Story Land in Disney’s Hollywood Studios for a media preview this week gave me new inspiration compliments of all of the fun photo opportunities. And it’s exactly what I hoped it would be: whimsical, colorful, and downright fun – and that includes places to snag photos. Here are the four best Instagram walls in Toy Story Land and what’s making them so popular!
Each Walt Disney World theme park has its own popular walls in the Instagram world. There’s The Purple Wall in Magic Kingdom. You’ve got the Mickey Mouse wall in Animal Kingdom. And we can’t discount the Bubblegum Wall in Epcot. But when it comes to Disney’s Hollywood Studios, there are some new Instagram worthy walls, partner! Get your makeup and outfit ready…
1. Andy’s Wall
Andy’s Wall in Toy Story Land is just about as far in the back as you can get. Head past Slinky Dog Dash and Alien Swirling Saucer. Keep walking until you see the bathrooms on the left and walk straight. You’ll see a short wall with Andy’s drawings on it – that’s exactly what you’re looking for.
As far as the perfect place at Andy’s Wall to take a photo, you’ve got plenty of cute drawings (and Andy’s name!) to capture.
2. The Block Wall
The bright, primary colors that are dominant throughout Toy Story Land will really catch your eye, but unless you need to use the restroom you may not have seen this fun wall – the Block Wall.
The Block Wall is in between the men’s and women’s bathroom on the left side as you’re walking toward the back of Toy Story Land. What’s really impressive is the texture – it looks like giant wooden blocks!
For the next two, you’re going to have to do a little work as they’re not easily seen in TSL.
3. Popsicle Stick Wall
The Popsicle Stick Wall, or Popsicle Wall, is a bit covert. It actually took two Toy Story Land castmembers to direct me as the area is so new!
You’ve got two options to find the Popsicle Stick Wall: when you’re exiting at the new exit in Toy Story Mania, you’ll see it as you’re walking on the right side. Or, inside Toy Story Land, head down the exit queue (it’s past the new entrance. If you’re walking towards Andy’s Wall it will be on your left side) and keep walking until you see it.
The Popsicle Stick Wall is probably my favorite of all the Instagram worthy walls in Toy Story Land as the muted colors make for a pretty backdrop. The light-colored paint will work in bright or not-so-bright light, too.
4. Checkerboard Wall
Once you’ve found the Popsicle Stick Wall, the Checkers Wall is easy to find: all you have to do is turn around! If you’re uncertain, look for the giant black and red checkers stacked up in the new Toy Story Mania exit queue.
Which wall in Toy Story Land is your fave? Please let me know in the comment section below!