Aerial pictures of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disney World

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By Jessica Goodman

Disney World’s Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge is almost done!

According to Yahoo Entertainment, the Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge theme park is a 14-acre destination at the heart of Disney World and you can now start seeing aerial images of its progress if you are in for a few spoilers!

“[Disney] previously said that visitors to the land will be making a trip to Batuu, an Earth-like destination on the galaxy’s edge that’s filled with giant stone formations that look like petrified tree stumps up to 135 feet tall. In addition to the Millennium Falcon ride, the land will also have a second attraction, Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance, which brings guests through a virtual battle between the Resistance and the First Order, including an epic face-off with Kylo Ren.”

Not everything will be opening on one day but instead, in phases. When these parks start opening up, you will get to experience a whole new world filled with aliens, droids, cool new foods/drinks, be able to buy specialized merch and more!

Disney World’s Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge opens this August and Disneyland’s Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge opens next month! 

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