New Aerial Views Of Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge At Disney's Hollywood Studio Shows Millennium Falcon Location

Danny Cox

There is still a great deal of time until Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge opens at Disney's Hollywood Studios in Walt Disney World, but construction is coming along very nicely. The exact name of the new land was just revealed at the D23 Expo, and more details are always coming out. Now, there are some new aerial images that have popped up online to give a great look at the massive size of the land and where many of the attractions will sit.

Disney's Hollywood Studios is very busy with all the construction for Toy Story Land going on at the exact same time, but it is going to be huge when all is said and done. Toy Story Land is set to open in the summer of 2018 while Galaxy's Edge will open the following year in 2019.

Exact dates are not yet known, but this at least gives Disney fans an idea of when to expect all the new fun coming to Orlando.

As reported by the Disney Parks Blog, there will be so much to do in Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge and that includes dining, shopping, new attractions, and a completely immersive experience. Guests will also have the opportunity to pilot the Millennium Falcon, and they can now see where it will go in the park.

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These next two images show the building where a yet-unnamed "escape" attraction will be housed. It was revealed at the D23 Expo that this is where a battle between the First Order and the Resistance will pan out with guests right in the middle of it all.

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[Featured Image by Danny Cox]

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