Early reviews for the land are largely favorable, praising the immersive environment and attention to detail, while critiques for Millennium Falcon: Smuggler's Run range from "slightly underwhelming" to "mind-blowing."
Recognizing the demand for the 14-acre “Star Wars”-themed land, Disney is trying some different approaches to control crowds.
If Central Florida fans can't wait to see Galaxy's Edge, the only option is going to Disneyland, where the 14-acre land will open May 31 and require a no-cost reservation to gain access.
For all the details Disney dished out in recent weeks about the attractions, shops, and merchandise in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, it had said little about how it will manage the massive crowds expected to pour i... Read More
Along with announcing an earlier-than-expected opening date for the Walt Disney World version of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, Disney also revealed some of its strategies for managing the massive crowds expected to... Read More
Walt Disney World’s version of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge will open at Disney’s Hollywood Studios on August 29, months earlier than Disney had previously indicated. The initial time frame for the opening of the... Read More
Dozens of media outlets were invited to the under-construction Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disneyland, offering the most in-depth look yet at the land coming first to Anaheim and then Walt Disney World later th... Read More
A Barron’s article has revealed new details about the shopping, drinking and dining experiences coming to Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge — and a hint at when the California version of the 14-acre land may open. Whi... Read More