Galaxy’s Edge has been delighting guests during the last few weeks as part of a reservation period for the land. We are excited to announce that the reservations will be lifted in just a few short days and guests will be able to attend the land day of! Of course, to try and help alleviate the pain of crowds, there will be a few new additions to help make the process as smooth as possible! This will be your complete experience guide to Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge for the future.
The first, and largest, change is that guests will take part in a virtual queuing system! Starting June 24, if you get to the park early in the morning, you can head straight to Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge. If you use the Disneyland app, be sure to check on the capacity of the land through the app. If you’re saving your data, there will be electronic signs in the park that give the same information. Once the land hits capacity, guests will be able to add themselves to the line through virtual queuing. Simply log into the app and have your park tickets for your boarding group ready! If you’d prefer, you can head to any FastPass distribution location to get a return time for your boarding group!
The next changes are going to be the biggest for the land! You may have heard that lines for Savi’s Workshop and Oga’s Cantina have had long lines stretching through the land and that was just for a return time! Disneyland has changed this system in a major way for the future. If you have the Disneyland App or access to the website, you can simply make a same-day reservation for either of these fun experiences. If you make a reservation, you will not need to hop into the virtual queue for your boarding group. You will be able to enter the land up to one hour before your reservation. You will only be able to bring your group that is on the reservation, so be sure you have all the names down that you need! Note: if you make a reservation for Savi’s and are unable to make it into Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, you will be charged full price for the experience, so don’t miss it!
Lastly, Disneyland has announced that there will be no cap on how long you can spend inside the line once you are in. This means the four-hour limits will be over come June 24! Of course, this is subject to park hours but guests will surely be able to get more done with no cap or threat of Stormtroopers seeing them out. Be sure to check out our vlog from the land where we explore some of the more fun minor details that we love!