Part of Disney’s celebration of May the 4th included an announcement about the Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser. This is the highly anticipated, all-immersive, two-night vacation experience that Disney has been talking about for a while now.
Starting tomorrow (November 3, 2020) Disney World is changing how they handle the virtual queue for Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance. This is one of Disney’s newest and most popular rides.
Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge has a couple of popular places to build classic Star Wars memorabilia. One of those places lets guests build their own lightsabers, and it will soon be open again. Continue reading
Since we’re talking about Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance today, I thought I would share a video of the ride. My friends and I were able to snag a time slot during our last trip and I’m so glad we did!
Recently Disney announced that the virtual queue for Rise of the Resistance would have three different distribution times available to guests who want to grab a spot in the queue. The distribution times were 10 am, 1 pm, and 4 pm. However, there has been a change.
Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom reopened this past weekend and soon Epcot and Hollywood Studios will reopen. On July 15, guests will be welcomed back to the last two theme parks.
If you are visiting Batuu in the morning you know have another place where you can grab some breakfast. The Milk Stand has added a few breakfast items to their menu.
Good news for everyone visiting Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge on February 19 and after. One of Disney’s newest rides will finally have a FastPass option available!
The newest ride to open in Hollywood Studios is extremely popular with guests arriving as early as 4:30 a.m. to get in line before the park opens. At first, the park was opening earlier than the advertised hours. This allowed guests to get a spot in the virtual queue early, but that has since changed.
When Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge first opened there was only one ride experience that opened with the park. Rise of the Resistance wasn’t quite ready in August, but it’s now open to the public.