The new addition to the Disneyland Resort, Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, has exceeded fan expectations. All of the reviews, including our own, have been a rave.
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To help get us hyped up for the next stage of visiting Batuu now that the reservation period is over, let's take a look at some awesome pictures of the new land that is going to make you want to visit right now!
1. Millennium Falcon
She may not look like much, but she's got it where it counts, kid. Check out the first ever built to scale Millennium Falcon as the eye catcher in Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge.
2. Millennium Falcon: Smuggler's Run
Here is the cockpit of the Millennium Falcon! Guests get assigned different positions such as pilot, gunner, or engineer which will then help guide your experience.
3. Ronto Roasters
This is where you find the popular Ronto Roasters! Notice the attention to detail here- the droid is the same one burning the feet of another droid in Return of the Jedi at Jabba's Palace. And see what he's roasting the meats on? Yup, that's a podracer engine which are part of the vehicles used during Anakin's race in A Phantom Menace.
4. Hondo Ohnaka
Hondo Ohnaka is there to greet guests boarding the Millennium Falcon! He's a fan favorite pirate from the animated series Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Star Wars Rebels.
5. Inside of the Millennium Falcon
Before you get on board the Millennium Falcon: Smuggler's Run, your group will get a chance to check out the inside of the fastest hunk of junk in the galaxy. This area is filled with small details fans will love, notice the Dejarik table (the one that looks like a chess board!) that we see Chewy and R2-D2 playing in A New Hope? And, much to the delight of fans, we see again in A Force Awakens? You can also buy your own Dejarik table inside Galaxy's Edge.
6. Kat Saka’s Kettle – Star Wars Land Popcorn
Let's be real, we have to get our popcorn when visiting Disneyland. And even Star Wars land has you covered with a sweet and salty popcorn mix.
7. Black Spire Outpost Market
You can see the market here with all the stalls focusing on different merchants, their wares, and the backstories that come with them. Some of the shops have cool animatronics in their stores too!
8. Market Stalls
Here's a closer look at some of the market stalls in Black Spire Outpost. See the speeders on the left? The blue bottom one is a toy model of the Mobquet M-68 landspeeder we see Han driving in the beginning of Solo: A Star Wars Story.
Speaking of out of this world animatronics, check out Dok-Ondar! You can find him behind his desk at his store- Dok-Ondar’s Den of Antiquities. You can read more about Dok-Ondar in his new comic series.
10. Dok-Ondar's Den of Antiquities
See Dok-Ondar back there in the far upper right corner? This store is a must for any Star Wars collector! It's filled with Star Wars Easter eggs too, I bet you can find some just looking at this photo. In fact, on the top right wall you can see taxidermy heads including a tauntaun and a nexu referenced in Empire Strikes Back and Attack of the Clones.
11. Unique Coca-Cola Products in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge
Coca-Cola teemed up with Disney to offer an unique design made just for Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge with labels written in Aurebesh- the Star Wars language you see used in the land. Cast members refer to them as thermal detonators!
12. Droid Depot
This is the place you build those droids you've seen blowing up your Twitter feed. The parts come out on a conveyor built and you grab the ones you want to make your own custom BB or R2 unit!
13. Savi's Workshop
This store is much more than a store… it's a place for aspiring force wielders to become one with their new lightsaber. Build and customize your own lightsaber in an experience that you definitely should not watch on Youtube and just see for yourself. May the force be with you.
14. The First Order
You can find the First Order wandering through the land spreading terror into the followers of the Resistance. None of the character interactions in the land are scheduled so you can randomly walk into stormtroopers, Rey, Kylo Ren, or even Chewy!
15. DJ Rex
Our favorite retired pilot from Star Tours, DJ Rex, is bringing the beats over at Oga's Cantina.
16. Oga Cantina Drinks
Oga's Cantina has been a hit inside Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge and is already one of the hardest places to get into! This is also the first place inside Disneyland to sell alcohol and some of these adventurous drinks are pictured above.
17. Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo
This is the main place you go for grub in Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge. The trailer-sized cargo pods are all numbered with three Star Wars Easter eggs: 77, 80 (pictured above), and 83. These are all the release years of the original Star Wars trilogy.
18. Kylo Ren
Guests looking for an intimidating encounter with Kylo Ren can find him throughout the day in front of his TIE Fighter in the First Order side of the land.
19. Blue Milk Stand
This is where you can find the coveted blue milk in Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge! See the blue and green milk above the registers? Yummy! We see Luke drinking blue milk in A New Hope and drinking green milk (that he milks himself from the Thala-siren) in The Last Jedi.
20. Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge Opening Celebration
Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge is just as breathtaking at night as it is during the daytime. If you time it right, you can see the fireworks going off in Disneyland over the falcon when you're on Batuu.
Don't forget to read our MASSIVE guide about Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge including the best strategies to beat the lines, how to get your reservation to build a lightsaber, how to get into the cantina, and more!
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