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LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — Last month Disney World opened its doors to a brand-new, immersive park experience: Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge. Here, visitors can realize their "Star Wars" fantasies over 14 acres of property.
The new land, which opened on Aug. 29 in Disney's Hollywood Studios in Florida, is perhaps Disney's most ambitious park expansion thus far. It is also identical to the "Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge" that opened four months ago (May 2019) at Disneyland in Anaheim, California.
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The immersive expansion, with its Earth-toned, rustic-futuristic design, aims to re-create the look and feel of the series that has captivated fans since its 1977 premiere. The attraction also aims to make visitors feel like they've truly traveled to a galaxy far, far away.
The land’s architecture is very "Star Wars"-esque and helps to immerse travelers in their surroundings.
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At Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, you will explore the planet Batuu, a temperate, forested world that's nestled on the galaxy's outer rim. Batuu is home to a bustling spaceport called the Black Spire Outpost, a seedy little settlement where many live off the grid and the First Order routinely patrols. Just keep your eyes peeled, as the outpost is rumored to be a hotspot for some of the galaxy’s most notorious characters.
This isn't a location we've seen on screen, but it still feels familiar. Known for its many petrified trees, Batuu is divided into three sections: the resistance forest, First Order territory and a more metropolitan space that falls somewhere in between. It's the perfect destination for travelers seeking to immerse themselves in everything "Star Wars."
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Disney is a master of creating immersive, fantastical experiences, and Galaxy's Edge is no exception. As soon as you walk through the entrance, a giant stone archway that leads you into Batuu, the typical theme-park...
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