Orlando Rising contacted Disney World, Universal Orlando, SeaWorld Orlando and Legoland Florida to ask whether their hurricane policies would be put into effect.
After careful crowd control for the West Coast version of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, the Disney World edition of the land attracted lines as long as five hours on its opening day.
As part of the media preview for Galaxy’s Edge at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, reporters were given a tour of the larger and more ambitious of the 14-acre land’s two rides.
When the Orlando Sentinel asked for documents about electrical shocks felt by guests to Universal’s Volcano Bay, the Orlando Utilities Commission’s first move was to check with Universal.
To experience this Star Wars story, guests will have to stay for two nights — so much like a cruise ship, everyone boards and departs at the same time.
Epcot will be re-divided into four “neighborhoods" called World Showcase, World Celebration, World Nature and World Discovery.
Disney revealed few details about the ride, but did say the entrance will take guests through 17 Cherry Tree Lane.
While the reveal was scarce on details, the attraction does not appear to be a ride, with Disney saying it will “let guests interact with magical, living water in a beautiful and inspiring setting."
The promotion will run Oct. 5-6, the first weekend of Legoland's Brick or Treat Halloween event.