First Look At Disneyland's STAR WARS LAND!! (it's incredible)

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First Look At Disneyland's STAR WARS LAND!! (it's incredible)

Feast your eyes on these scaled down models of the new Star Wars Land

 

 

The models below were featured at the 2017 D23 Expo in Anaheim, Calif, showing bite size versions of two new attractions, as well as the rugged terrain filled with distressed buildings, a restaurant that resembles the Mos Eisley cantina, X-Wings and of course, a replica of the heroic Millennium Falcon.

 

 

The 14-acre addition to the park is based on a never-before-seen planet, according to a Disney insiders. Two new rides are being debuted-- the first one gives visitors a chance to pilot the Millennium Falcon, and the second puts the rider in the middle of a battle between the First Order and the Resistance.

 

“This is the most ambitious land we’ve built to date,” chairman of Disney’s parks division Bob Chapek said during a recent interview. Each land costing over 1 BILLION to be built.

Florida & Anaheim, CA will both be receiving their own Star Wars Land - both are expected to open by 2019.

Although attendance across all Disney parks are down this year, we have a feeling that will all change as soon as these highly anticipated park additions open in 2019. And you can probably bet that prices will continue to go up as they do every year. But will that stop you from going?

 

 

Photos sourced from this article 


7 comments

  • Joe Montes

    Prices will increase to $149 per person per park per day starting 1/2019 and will continue to increase $50 increments quarterly with an ending price of $249 by 2020 to offset the $1 price tag of building Starwars land. Parking will increase to $40 general $80 VIP. Food prices will also increase 20%.

  • Jordan

    So so excited for Star Wars land! My family has been so excited for it to be ready! YAY!

  • Jeanette

    Not if the prices keep going up of course attendance is going to be down . You can go to another amusement park and go on all the rides not just a couple with long lines. Smh

  • Jim

    Knotts or Legoland

  • Amandine

    Is there any park cheaper in california for kids of 10 6 and 4 years old?

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