Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge is getting ready to open at Disneyland, it’s an awesome time to be alive and to be a Star Wars fan. It’s also tough, though, because there’s so much to enjoy and watch and, thus far, the looks we’ve gotten at the soon-opening immersive experience have been rare and far between.
That all changes now, here we have planet Batuu to show you. Disneyland’s Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge opens to the public on May 31. There are ships, the cantina, droids–even the bathrooms are unique.
Take a look at the sights that Batuu’s Black Spire Outpost has to offer and stay tuned for an even deeper dive into Galaxy’s Edge from GameSpot in the coming days.
Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge opens at Disneyland on May 31 and the Walt Disney World Resort on August 29. All of this comes ahead of the conclusion of the current movie trilogy and the Skywalker saga; Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker releases sin theaters this December.
Disneyland’s Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge is surprisingly huge.
Near the entrance to Rise of the Resistance, the ride opening later this year after Galaxy’s Edge opens May 31
An A-Wing fighter
The Black Spire Outpost marketplace will be crowded once the gates open.
Approaching the Galaxy’s Edge Cantina
The entrance to the Cantina
Inside the Cantina
Take your droid home in a custom backpack.
This is the most expensive thing that will be sold at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.
Yes, it’s a functioning $25,000 R2 droid that you can customize in a variety of ways.
Meat cooks under a podracer engine at Ronto Roasters.
The food served within Galaxy’s Edge will include options for a variety of diets, including vegan and vegetarian.
A blue milk cheers (it tastes sweet and vaguely tropical).