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The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror or simply the Tower of Terror is an attraction in Walt Disney World and Disneyland Paris as-well as former attraction of Disney California Adventure, themed around the NBC series The Twilight Zone. The California version of the attraction was shut down in 2017 to make way for Guardians of the Galaxy - Mission: BREAKOUT!, an attraction which contained various connections to the defunct Tower of Terror.



The Hollywood Tower Hotel was once an esteemed hotel for Hollywood's elite. This all changed on the Halloween of 1939 when lightning from the 5th Dimension struck the hotel's elevator shafts, sending four guests and a bellhop plummeting to their deaths. A black scorch where the elevators once stood was left on the side of the hotel which was shut down for decades, before mysteriously reopening in the 1990s as a haunted portal to the 5th dimension.


Marvel connections

Guardians of the Galaxy - Mission: BREAKOUT!

Several objects from the Hollywood Tower Hotel appear in the Collector's Fortress collection. Amongst these are hotel keys and bellhop hats with the hotel's logo. More assorted artifacts include books and a portrait of Napoleon III which were amongst the Hollywood Tower Hotel's possessions. Also in the office is a book titled, "A Far Cry From the Top Floor", referencing the plot of the attraction while written in the attraction's font.[1]


  • The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror's sister-attraction the Rock 'n' Roller Coaster was closed town in Disneyland Paris to make-way for the attraction Avengers Assemble: Flight Force.
  • Tower of Terror characters The Silver Lake Sisters previously performed at the South Seas Club, a fictional nightclub from the film The Rocketeer (1991). The South Seas Club and story of the Rocketeer are also referenced in Jock Lindsey's Hangar Bar in Disney Springs, a bar connecting to the Marvel theme park universe.
  • The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror and Universe of Energy are both Disney attractions which were replaced by Guardians of the Galaxy themed attractions that contained allusions to their predecessors.