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Disney's $1 Billion 'Star Wars' Theme Park Is Almost COMPLETE, And It Looks Out Of This World

Disney's $1 Billion 'Star Wars' Theme Park Is Almost COMPLETE, And It Looks Out Of This World

And as expected, it is going to be quite an expensive adventure as getting into Star Wars: Galaxy Edge will set you back $104 for a ticket that gets you in for a single day.

When two of the world's biggest global franchises -- Star Wars and Disney -- come together, it is nothing short of a spectacle. And that's exactly what is happening in the 'Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge' at the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California. As reported by News.com.au



 

 

The upcoming Star Wars-themed area has been keenly awaited by not only the Jedi junkies from the world's best-loved space movie series but even young kids who can't wait to get a peek into the sprawling 14-acre area at Disneyland. Built at an initial cost of nearly $1billion, the soon-to-open installment is said to be one of the largest parks that Disneyland-goers will ever experience.



 

 

"Heart this Tweet to be among the first to know when reservations for #StarWars #GalaxysEdge at Disneyland Park are available on May 2 for visits from May 31-June 23, 2019," the official account of Disneyland Resort tweeted on April 22.  

If reports are to be believed, there are new aerial shots of 'Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge' that have been doing the rounds of social media. Many people could not believe that the size of the massive theme park that they will get to witness on May 31, when it officially opens its doors to the public. A similar themed-arena is also set to open on Aug. 29 in Orlando’s Disney World.

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And if you are a Star Wars fan, you will be extremely pleased to know that there are several recognizable Star Wars universe buildings. Adding to it, there are plenty of cranes that we can only imagine is there to create some amazing and technologically advanced rides for the public. And that's not at all!

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There is also a scale replica of the Millennium Falcon, Han Solo's famous spacecraft, and as a Star Wars fan, I am honestly getting way too impatient here! May 31 better be here soon. 



 

 

Meanwhile, there have been more updates coming in from io9 writer Germain Lussier, who became one of the lucky few to visit Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge at Disneyland in Anaheim even before it opened. And he had one thing to say, "It is going to make a lot of us very, very happy."

"As a Star Wars fan, did you ever dream you were captured by the bad guys and made a daring escape? You can do that here. Did you dream of flying the Millennium Falcon? You can do that here. Of building your own special lightsaber, or visiting a cantina, or making your own droid? You can do all of that and more," he wrote.

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"Black Spire Outpost on the planet of Batuu may be a remote spot in the Star Wars universe, but it's that universe we know and love, and it's going to make a lot of us very, very happy."

The park is also said to woo the audience with plenty of restaurants with Star Wars inspired names like Ronto Roasters and Oga's Cantina. And as expected, it is going to be quite an expensive adventure as getting into Star Wars: Galaxy Edge will set you back $104 for a ticket that gets you in for a single day.

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