Disneyland’s Star Wars land is enforcing strict rules for entry

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Galaxy’s Edge

By Melissa Zaremba

PHOENIX – The opening of Disneyland’s new Star Wars land is on it’s way. The new attraction is all about space and fans can’t wait.  

Galaxy’s Edge is expected to bring in big crowds, with that being said the Happiest Place on Earth is making some special rules for the new park. 

Disney announced, to keep crowds at a certain level, they’re making it clear that those without reservations for the first three weeks can’t get in the Galaxy’s Edge park. 

Even when the reservation requirement goes away, Disney will continue to have limited access via boarding passes, which gives guests entry time and a visitation time period.

A FastPass will not available as they’re making everyone wait in line before entering. As people wait, cast members, games and various entertainment will be going on to keep everyone happy. 

And of course food and drinks will also be available without having to leave the line and, when nature calls, bathroom passes will be given, too.

The reason Disney is being strict about the new Star Wars land is because they want everyone who visits to enjoy the surroundings and not have to deal with any big crowds at any time. 

However, when visiting Walt Disney World, the Galaxy’s Edge will not require a reservation and there will be no standby line. The new Star Wars experience in Disneyland will open on May 31, and Disney World in Florida will open the hyperspace lanes on Aug. 29. 

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