Shown for the first time: Disneyland & # 39; s FINISHED $ 1 billion Star Wars: Galaxy & # 39; s Edge appeal
- The highly anticipated Star Wars: Galaxy & # 39; s Edge attraction opens on Friday (May 31) in Disneyland, California
- The 14-hectare extension has attractions, stores with light swords and & # 39; Star Wars-suitable food and drinks & # 39;
- Disneyland expects huge crowds when it opens and will & # 39; Stormtroopers & # 39; use to move people
It will open in two days and now, finally, Disneyland has revealed a photo of its end $ 1 billion Star Wars: Galaxy & # 39; s Edge appeal, complete with the cast that will entertain guests during their visit.
The photo was posted on Instagram by Josh D & # 39; Amaro, the president of Disneyland Resort, with the caption: & # 39; So proud to introduce you to the residents of Batuu! I want to thank this wonderful team for their incredible dedication and passion. Yesterday & # 39; s Star Wars: Galaxy & # 39; s Edge cast rally was unforgettable. This photo is for the ages! & # 39;
The photo was then re-posted by John Boyega, the actor who plays Finn in Star Wars: The Force Awakens and the sequel Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
An incredible new photo posted on Instagram by Disneyland president Josh D & # 39; Amaro shows the completed Star Wars: Galaxy & # 39; s Edge land at Disneyland in California
He promised that the & # 39; great cast & # 39; is ready to give fans around the world the most immersive Star Wars experience!
The long-awaited 14-acre attraction will have rides, stores selling personal droids and lightsabers and & # 39; Star Wars-suitable food and drink & # 39 ;.
The California resort expects huge crowds when it opens and has revealed detailed plans on how Stormtroopers will help to receive guests.
During the first three weeks, guests must make a reservation to enter and will be limited to four hours in the exciting new country, the largest single-theme country in a Disney park.
A representation of the Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run attraction where guests can roam the halls of the ship and take part in an air fight with Tie Fighters
Later in the year, Star Wars: Galaxy & # 39; s Edge will open a new ride called Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance. Shown is a representation of this attraction
A special wristband identifies a visitor's time window and as soon as it expires, Disney says it will block access to major attractions and merchandise locations.
Park workers dressed in Star Wars characters will eventually ask visitors to make their way to one of the three exits so that a new group can enter.
Kris Theiler, vice president of Disneyland Park, said: “Maybe some First Order officers help us or maybe some Stormtroopers who ask people to come along.
& # 39; We may use the first order later in the reservation period if needed. & # 39;
The park has many other, more subtle ways to manage the flow of people. Theiler said the walkways were widened from three to about six feet in different areas, and there is pram parking available.
Around 7,500 new parking spaces have been added, in addition to new entrances for parking areas and toll booths. A new pedestrian bridge was also built to help prevent traffic jams.
Disneyland refused to share the capacity limit for Galaxy & # 39; s Edge.
Disney has made Galaxy & # 39; s Edge look like part of the Star Wars universe. It is designed as a grungy outpost on a distant planet.
The main attraction is a huge replica of the Millennium Falcon, where guests can roam through the halls of the ship and take part in an air fight with Tie Fighters. Another ride called Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance will be opened later in the year.
The same Star Wars: Galaxy & # 39; s Edge land will open on August 29 for visitors to the Disney World Resort in Florida.
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