Star Wars Galaxy's Edge Is Now Open at Disneyland — See Inside the Park's Biggest Expansion Ever | 5/31/2019 | Staff
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The force is with you, Disneyland.

On Friday, Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge officially opens in Anaheim, California, and by the looks of it, fans of the sci-fi franchise have an epic new home awaiting them.

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The new land features rides like Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run, which takes place on a replica of the iconic spaceship, and Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance, which brings guests through a virtual battle between the Resistance and the First Order.

On Wednesday, original Star Wars cast members Harrison Ford, Mark Hamill and Billy Dee Williams reunited with director George Lucas and Disney Chairman and CEO Bob Iger for the opening, and fans were given a closer look at the monumental attraction.

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During the celebration, the replica of the Millennium Falcon, which Ford, 76, deemed “amazing,” was the signature landmark for Galaxy’s Edge.

The iconic Han Solo aircraft was spotted in almost all of the cast shots from the land’s opening, surrounded by land attractions.

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The new land offers a plethora of activities for excited visitors to try, such as building your own droid, crafting your own lightsaber, and (test) flying the Millennium Falcon.

Galaxy’s Edge will also open at Disney World in Orlando, Florida, on August 29, giving even more super fans the opportunity to immerse themselves into the Star Wars culture.

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Fans will also experience plenty of secret details as they make their way through the land, according to Brent Nikolin, Project Manager of Walt Disney Imagineering.

“There are so many items to take in and interact with,” Nikolin explained. “One thing to look for is things from old movies. There are a couple items that come from other galaxies, not Star Wars, that landed in this galaxy that you can look for.”

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