Pixar Place is a themed land at Disney's Hollywood Studios at the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida. Located along a corridor once labeled Mickey Avenue, it contains the original soundstages used when the park hosted actual production facilities.
Though the land was functionally retired after the opening of Toy Story Land, the brickwork facades were retained as a flexible character greeting space and is currently host to the Incredible Celebration event with a loose Municiberg theme.
Pixar Place resembles the Emeryville, California campus of Pixar Animation Studios. Its sole attraction is Toy Story Midway Mania!, an interactive 4D attraction inspired by classic carnival midway games, hosted by characters of the Toy Story film series and was dressed in such a way to suggest that Toy Story characters were emerging from the Pixar studio buildings. Pixar Place was also the home of Luxo, Jr., a six-foot-tall audio-animatronics version of Pixar's desk-lamp mascot. The moving character performed periodic shows throughout the day and evening across from Toy Story Midway Mania until technical problems and legal issues with the Luxo lamp company lead to its removal.
The Incredibles retheme mostly took the form of removing all studio signage in favor of redressing facades as Municiberg businesses, murals and banners celebrating the superhero family, and signs of Jack-Jack's mayhem with a few figures of the baby being perched on top of the former Pixar Studio facade.
This was also the only themed land in the park without any shops due to its small size, with only one main attraction and one dining place.
Former Attractions and entertainment
Former Restaurants and refreshments
- Toy Story Dept.