Just last week Disneyland announced some serious spoilers on its latest land, Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.
Set on 14 acres, on the grungy planet Batuu, guests can build their own droids and lightsabers, interact with aliens and climb into the cockpit of the massive Millennium Falcon — and get into a dogfight with Tie Fighters.
Given what Disney sees as “high guest interest” (that seems like an understatement), the park announced Thursday it would be opening Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge ahead of schedule.
It will open at Disneyland on May 31 and at its sister park in Florida on Aug. 29.
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Now for the catch: Those wanting to visit the attraction during its first month (May 31-June 23) will need to make reservations (and also have a valid park admission, obviously).
Reservations will be subject to availability.
Guests staying a Disneyland Resort hotel will receive a designated reservation (one reservation per registered guest), so that is also an option.