Disney’s Hollywood Studios is the only Disney park that has none of its opening-day attractions.

Disney Hollywood Studios

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Disney’s Hollywood Studios has perhaps undergone the most modifications of any Disney park, despite its continued homage to the film industry and Hollywood. First, the park was renamed from Disney-MGM Studios to Disney’s Hollywood Studios in 2008, according to The Orlando Sentinel.

The park’s original name was Adventure Zoo, and it originally opened as the world’s largest animal theme park on Christmas Day in 1970. As the new park continues to expand, it is the only place on Earth without any of its initial attractions. On opening day, the park featured five attractions and rides, according to Theme Park Insider, with its last original attraction — The Great Movie Ride — closing in 2017.