From a climactic battle between the Resistance and the First Order, to an authentic Star Wars cantina on the Outer Rim of the galaxy, to exotic creatures, military encampments and daring missions aboard the Millennium Falcon, guests will find plenty of stories to explore as they live their own adventures inside Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disneyland Park in California and Disney’s Hollywood Studios in Florida.
By the Numbers
- Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge spans more than 14 acres, making these the largest single-themed lands in Disney Parks history.
- More than a dozen venues fill the lands, including Resistance and First Order encampments, a spaceport and a bustling market.
- Two attractions entice guests to live their own Star Wars adventures – Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run and Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance.
- When guests enter the hangar bay of a Star Destroyer as part of Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance, 50 First Order Stormtroopers are waiting to greet them.
- There are three entrances into the new land at Disneyland Park, and two at Disney’s Hollywood Studios (otherwise, the lands are nearly identical).
- The Millennium Falcon docked in the Black Spire Outpost Spaceport measures more than 100 feet long.
- Among the ancient-looking spires across the lands, the tallest is more than 130 feet high.
- The lands were created with more than 200,000 square feet of rockwork and approximately 260,000 square feet of themed plaster in each location.
- More than 7,000 props were created for each land.
- Nine different retail locations in the lands offer nearly 700 unique items, ideal for those looking to take a memory of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge home with them.
- There are more than 120,000 possible combinations for constructing a lightsaber using all the available pieces in Savi’s Workshop – Handbuilt Lightsabers.*
- There are nearly 280,000 possible combinations for constructing an R-series or BB-series astromech droid using all the available pieces in the Droid Depot.**
- Five locations within Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge offer guests a chance to purchase food and drinks. The lands’ menus feature more than 50 distinct, out-of-this-world items.
Did You Know?
- Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge marks the first time a full-size, 100% complete Millennium Falcon has ever been built.
- The chess-type game played on the table in the Millennium Falcon main hold and lounge is called Dejarik; guests can sit at the table inside Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run, and the game is available for purchase in the Toydarian Toymaker marketplace stall.
- At Black Spire Outpost, the droid in charge of music at the local watering hole, Oga’s Cantina,*** is DJ R-3X, the former Starspeeder 3000 pilot from Star Tours.
- For the soundtrack inside Oga’s Cantina,*** Walt Disney Imagineering commissioned musicians and composers from around the world to craft original music for a galactic playlist.
- Kowakian Monkey-Lizards and Porgs are among the “critters” guests will find at the Creature Stall in the marketplace. These are just a few of the many items guests may purchase during their visit.
- Academy Award-winning® composer John Williams created an all-new suite of themes written especially for the lands and their attractions.
- Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance occupies one of the largest show buildings for a single attraction in Disney history.
- Actors from the current Star Wars film trilogy reprise their roles for new scenes and dialogue in Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance, including Daisy Ridley (Rey), Adam Driver (Kylo Ren), John Boyega (Finn), Oscar Isaac (Poe Dameron) and Domhnall Gleeson (General Hux).
- Some scenes for Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance were produced at the same time as the current Star Wars film trilogy, so Disney was able to leverage the production talent and resources from the feature films. One notable example is a motion-base set used to capture actor Oscar Isaac as Poe Dameron flying his X-wing starfighter.
- The Walt Disney Company acquired Lucasfilm Ltd. in 2012.
- Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge has been in development since 2014.
- Walt Disney Company Chairman and CEO Bob Iger announced Star Wars-themed lands would open at Disneyland Park and Disney’s Hollywood Studios while at the D23 Expo on Aug. 15, 2015.
- Construction in both Disneyland and Disney’s Hollywood Studios began in April 2016.
- Approximately 6,700 construction workers and artisans were employed during the development of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.
- To operate the land, 1,600 new jobs were created for Disneyland Resort.
- Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance, one of two attractions in the lands, opened Dec. 5, 2019, at Walt Disney World Resort and Jan. 17, 2020, at Disneyland Resort.
* Savi’s Workshop now offers advance reservations, which are highly recommended. Additional reservations will be made available each day at 7:00 am PST for visits that day, subject to availability. Guests will need to check availability and make reservations online at Disneyland.com/SavisWorkshop or through the Disneyland mobile app. Separate Disneyland Park admission is required.
** Reservations for Droid Depot can be made in advance at Disneyland.com or through the Disneyland mobile app. A valid accepted credit card number is required at the time of booking, and guests will need to check availability. Droid Depot may also accommodate walk-ins each day, subject to availability. Separate Disneyland Park admission is required.
*** Oga’s Cantina now offers advance reservations, which are highly recommended. Additional reservations will be made available each day at 7:00 am PST for visits that day, subject to availability. Guests will need to check availability and make reservations online at Disneyland.com/Cantina or through the Disneyland mobile app. Separate Disneyland Park admission is required.