Fun Facts About Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge
If you’ve been following along with MIckeyBlog, chances are by this time you’ll know all about the incredible eateries, attractions and merchants you’ll find at Stars Wars: Galaxy’s Edge. However, we’d venture to say that it’s hard to grasp the scale and scope of this dazzling new 14-acre addition to Disneyland Resort! That’s why we here at MickeyBlog thought we’d take a bit of time to share with you some of our favorite Galaxy’s Edge fun facts!
The Millennium Falcon docked in the Black Spire Outpost Spaceport measures more than 100 feet long.
Some of the towering spires from which Black Spire Outpost gets its name are up to 130 feet high.
There are three entrances into the new land at Disneyland Park, and two at Disney’s Hollywood Studios (otherwise, the lands are nearly identical).
Nine different retail locations in the lands offer nearly 700 unique items, ideal for those looking to take a bit of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge home with you.
There are more than 120,000 possible combinations for constructing a lightsaber using all the available pieces in Savi’s Workshop – Handbuilt Lightsabers.
There are nearly 280,000 possible combinations for constructing an R-series or BB-series astromech droid using all the available pieces in the Droid Depot.
Five locations within Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge offer guests a chance to purchase food and beverages. The lands’ menus feature more than 50 distinct, out-of-this-world items.
Guests enter the Millennium Falcon through the same starboard airlock used by Han Solo and Chewbacca in “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.”
The chess-type game played on the table in the Millennium Falcon main hold and lounge is called Dejarik; guests can sit at the table inside Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run, and the game is available for purchase in the Toydarian Toymaker marketplace stall.
For the soundtrack inside Oga’s Cantina, Walt Disney Imagineering commissioned musicians and composers from around the world to craft original music for a galactic playlist.
Kowakian Monkey-Lizards and Porgs are among the “critters” guests will find at the Creature Stall. These are just a few of the many items guests may purchase during their visit.
For a complete look at all the creatures you’ll find at Galaxy’s Edge check out this article.
Approximately 6,700 construction workers and artisans were employed during the development of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.
To operate the land, 1,600 new jobs were created for Disneyland Resort.
We hope you’ve enjoyed this quick look at some of the awesome details that have gone into ensuring that Galaxy’s Edge is a truly out-of-this-world experience.
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