SALT LAKE CITY — Free reservations for Disneyland’s new "Star Wars"-themed area are open to those who want to visit a galaxy far, far away in California.
ABC10 News in San Diego reported this morning that the Happiest Place on Earth will start accepting reservations for the new "Star Wars" attraction, which will open on May 31.
According to Disneyland’s website, reservations opened up at 10 a.m. PDT. Guests need to visit the page and wait for their turn to make a reservation.
The reservation page notes that reservations are subject to availability. Alternatively, guests can make reservations between May 31-June 23 at any Disneyland-owned hotels to receive automatic reservations, according to ABC10.
However, hotel reservations at the Disneyland Hotel and the Grand Californian exceed $600 for May 31. The Paradise Pier Hotel has no vacancy.
After three weeks, Disneyland will use a queue system within the park to manage occupancy at "Galaxy’s Edge," park officials told ABC10.Comment on this story
"Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge" will give Disneyland visitors the opportunity to explore the Black Spire Outpost, a new location in the Star Wars universe. Guests can build their own lightsabers, drink blue milk and fly the Millennium Falcon. A role-playing experience coming later in 2019 will also let visitors fight against the First Order as a member of the Resistance.
In the meantime, Theme Park Insider reports that Disneyland will reopen Hyperspace Mountain for “a limited time” on May 4, a fan-made Star Wars holiday. Park visitors will also be able to watch Captain Phasma lead a March of the First Order. "Star Wars"-themed food, like the Dark Side Chicken Sandwich and Outer Rim Pasta, will also be available.