With the opening of Toy Story Land today we were also able to get a glimpse of the next new Disney Parks Land….Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge! Here are some photos from the construction views from inside Toy Story Land!
As you walk down to the end of Toy Story Land you run into a mysterious dead-end wall. That wall is there now, but eventually it will be the second entrance to Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge. You can see over the top of it the tops of the buildings coming:
Here you can really see over and the rock spires are very apparent. Galaxy’s Edge after all is named Black Spire Outpost because of the ancient trees on Batuu that are now petrified:
This is the complete opposite from what you can see now from the Grand Ave entrance to Galaxy’s Edge. There all the nightlines are totally blocked off:
As things get further along you will also see this entrance get blocked off to keep the environments separate.
Here are some more views of Galaxy’s Edge from inside Toy Story Land…
They are really tall and are going to tower over the buildings below…
You can see scaffolding going all the way up the spires. That’s a lot of time and energy setting those things up. Disney does such a great job with its rock work, just like it did with Pandora.
Details on some of the roofs coming to the Black Spires Outpost area of Galaxy’s Edge..
Here is the outline of the rebel transport ship that’s parked on top of one of the roofs in Galaxy’s Edge.
Does it look familiar? This is a shot form the New Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge model in Hollywood Studios:
Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge is opening in Late 2019 in Disney World and Summer 2019 in Disneyland. We have a detailed explanation on how to get into Star Wars Land.
I want to know what you think about Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge construction progress from inside Toy Story Land.
- Are you excited for Galaxy’s Edge?
- What are you most excited for?
Let us know in the comments section below!
If you enjoyed this article, as always I appreciate it if you’d share it with others via social media. I work hard at making this website into a useful resource for you and your family to plan your visit to the Disney Parks and I hope it can help you! Thanks 🙂