David Yeh
Galaxy’s Edge: All the Photos You Missed Last Week

With Galaxy’s Edge on the verge of its grand opening, it’s quite possible to miss any one of the dozens of news and posts and photos regarding the ambitious new land coming to Disneyland on May 31st. Here’s a look at what you may have missed in one spot!

First up, Walt Disney Company Chairman, Bob Iger gave a tour of Galaxy’s Edge to Steven Spielberg, JJ Abrams, and Kathleen Kennedy. Imagineering’s Scott Trowbridge was also on hand for the private tour. The images, the first looks of their kind, provide just a taste of how incredible this new land looks.

David Yeh
David Yeh

D23.com provide a first look at many of the details you can find walking around the land.

David Yeh If you’ve always wanted to set foot inside the Millennium Falcon, this is your chance!
David Yeh Aspiring pilots take note – you’ll want to stop and admire the ships of the Star Wars galaxy that have stopped to visit Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.
David Yeh Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge is the first time many fans will get to experience the ships of the galaxy up close, like this A-Wing.
David Yeh Everywhere you look in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, hidden details abound, such as these carvings.
David Yeh Hints at the stories of Batuu’s denizens are all around – such as these blaster marks from a past standoff.
David Yeh Be sure to use your Play Disney Parks app to find all the messages hidden around the land and more!
David Yeh The spires are ancient remains of petrified trees from the past Batuu.
David Yeh Sharp-eyed Star Wars fans need to keep a lookout in Dok-Ondar’s Den of Antiquities for a galaxy’s worth of treasures on display.
David Yeh Taxidermic heads watch guests from afar in Dok-Ondar’s Den of Antiquities.
David Yeh Dok-Ondar’s sells artifacts featuring notable Jedi – and the mysterious Sith.
David Yeh While Anakin once had to face off against the deadly Nexu, this might be a slightly safer way to see the creature of close.
David Yeh An IG-series droid seeks solace inside Dok-Ondar’s.
David Yeh Inside the Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo, make sure to check out the crate labelled “80” – it’s a shout out to the year Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back was released!
David Yeh A closer look at the “80” Easter egg (Will you also be able to spot the “77” and “83” Easter eggs when you visit?)
David Yeh Fans of The Empire Strikes Back may recognize this location on the Millennium Falcon as the setting for a pivotal moment in Han and Leia’s romance.
David Yeh As you exit Millennium Falcon: Smuggler’s Run, make sure to note the Rathtar frozen in carbonate. (Let’s hope there aren’t any unfrozen ones around!)
David Yeh No matter where you look, the magic of Star Wars design and aesthetics surround you.

Disneyland released this 360 degree look at the Millennium Falcon: Smuggler’s Run waiting area:

And last but not least, check out this transmission from Vi Moradi asking all of us to help the Resistance on Batuu: @EndorExpress

What do you think? Sign us up for the Resistance right now!

David Yeh
A long time fan of both Disney and Star Wars, he has a hard time resisting the temptations of Disney’s merchandising force. If you see pictures of the toys and pins, you can bet they are from Dave, our resident collecting guru.