Today on the Disney Parks Twitter account we got the First Look at the Millennium…
While we’ve mostly been concentrating on the Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge construction going on in Disney’s Hollywood Studios, it’s important to note that the Disneyland version is still months ahead of the Walt Disney World one. Today on the YouTube Channel Yensid 55, we got a look at the Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge Millennium Falcon Ride Interior Installation in Disneyland.
In the video you see the construction workers shaping the rock formations on top of the attraction show buildings and all of the interiors of the attractions being moved inside. It’s really quite interesting and different from the Hollywood Studios construction of Galaxy’s Edge because there are many good vantage points in Disneyland to see the construction from.
You can watch the whole video here:
This is some concept art released from Disney showing what the Millennium Falcon interior will look like when done. This will be the hallway right before entering the cockpit:
Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge will have 2 attractions: the Millenium Falcon attraction, which simulates you flying the iconic spacecraft and the First Order Battle Escape which puts you in the middle of an intense battle between the Resistance and First Order onboard a Star Destroyer.
Galaxy’s Edge opens in Disneyland in May 2019 and in Hollywood Studios in the August 2019.
Don’t forget to check out my Hollywood Studios Galaxy’s Edge Construction Update as well as the latest Toy Story Land Construction Update and Disney Skyliner Construction Update too!
I want to know what you think about the Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge construction update for February 2018. How pumped are you for Galaxy’s Edge? What are you most looking forward to? Let us know in the comments section below!
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