Star Wars, Indiana Jones and Frozen are among the most beloved films of all time. Now you can experience them all as you’ve never done before, with thrilling attractions and spectacular stage shows!
For a one-of-a-kind dining experience, you must visit the Sci-Fi Drive-In Theatre on Commissary Lane. You’ll get to sit in your very own car as you watch classic sci-fi flicks on the large drive-in theater screen!
Star Wars fans should also make it a priority to visit Tatooine Traders. This one of a kind souvenir shop is a Star Wars lover’s dream, filled with action figures, posters, and unique collectibles and autographs.
The Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater Restaurant on nearby Commissary Lane contains a few Hidden Mickeys. The first can be found on a purple folder on the bulletin board in the waiting area.
Look for another Hidden Mickey in the sculpted branches of the tree located to the left rear of the screen above the kitchen area.
If you look on your park map, you’ll see that Echo Lake forms the right ear of the giant Hidden Mickey that takes up a large portion of the park. The image was more obvious in the early days of the park, but you can still make it out if you look carefully!
The theming around Echo Lake pays homage to the early films of Hollywood, with Min and Bill’s Dockside Diner being named after two characters played by Marie Dressler and Wallace Beery in the 1930 film “Min and Bill”.
Dinosaur Gertie’s Ice Creams of Extinction is a tribute to pioneer animator Winsor McCay and his 1914 ground-breaking cartoon, Gertie the Dinosaur. The actual building is also reminiscent of the California Crazy roadside architecture that was popular at the time.