Disney's Hollywood Studios®
Streets of America
Preschoolers, Kids, Adults, All Ages
Join Kermit, Miss Piggy and the entire Muppets gang for a spectacular presentation in 3D.
Step right up into an expansive soundstage area filled with kooky movie-making props—and enter the wild and crazy world of the Muppets! On monitors overhead, watch a madcap 12-minute pre-show video starring Gonzo, Rizzo the Rat, Scooter and many more of your Muppet friends as they frantically prepare for the big show.
After receiving 3D glasses, saunter into a lushly appointed 584-seat theater—designed to look like the Muppet Theater from the classic television series, The Muppet Show—and take a seat before the lights dim.
Meet the Muppets – In 3D!
The curtain rises to reveal Kermit, Miss Piggy and the entire Muppets troupe onscreen in startling 3D, as they invite you on a zany tour of Muppet Labs for a demonstration of their newest, high-tech film process, Muppet*Vision 3D. Things quickly get out of hand, though, during a presentation with Dr. Bunsen Honeydew and Beaker, and the result is a seemingly endless string of disastrous—yet hysterical—comic events.
With hilarious musical numbers, surprising in-theater effects plus the world’s first computer-generated Muppet, Waldo C. Graphic, this three-dimensional spectacular puts you in the center of all the zany Muppets antics. It’s a show every member of your family is sure to love!
A Menagerie of Muppets
Muppets you’re sure to encounter during the show include:
In addition to the 3D film, the show includes Audio-Animatronics characters and 4D special effects that literally bring the house down around you. And don’t be surprised if child-friendly pranks, like light splashes of water, further immerse you in the Muppets’ wacky world.
Muppet*Vision 3D features many of the same characters from the popular television program, The Muppet Show. Created by Jim Henson, the series aired from 1976 to 1981 and was an instant hit with audiences of all ages. The show gave rise to multiple motion pictures and television series, and even won an Emmy® Award.
The current attraction, which puts you in the center of the Muppet madness, was a collaboration between Jim Henson Productions and Walt Disney Imagineering.