Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge is one of the most exciting and immersive expansions to Walt Disney World ever. If you’re planning on visiting the land on your next vacation, this set of frequently asked questions should help you make the most of your time there.
You’ll find Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge in Disney’s Hollywood Studios park.
There are two entrances to Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge in Disney’s Hollywood Studios. The first, and larger entrance, is near Muppet Vision 3D in the Grand Avenue area. The second is in Toy Story Land by the Alien Swirling Saucers ride.
No, admission to Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge is included as part of your regular Hollywood Studios park ticket..
At this time, you do not need a reservation to enter the Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge land in Walt Disney World. However, you do need to make reservations to experience some of the attractions in the land.
Dining at Oga’s Cantina, building a droid at the Droid Depot, and building a custom lightsaber at Savi’s Workshop all require reservations. Reservations can be made for any of these experiences using the My Disney Experience mobile app.
Yes, you can build your own lightsaber in Galaxy’s Edge at Savi’s Workshop. The experience requires a reservation and takes about 20 minutes to complete.
Yes, a reservation is required for lightsaber building at Savi’s Workshop. Reservations can be made using the My Disney Experience mobile app.
The Savi’s Workshop custom lightsaber experience costs $200 + tax. The price includes the 20 minute building experience, the custom saber you build, and a carrying bag for the saber.
You must check in approximately 15 minutes before your Savi’s Workshop reservation, and the building process takes about 20 minutes. So the total time is approximately 35 minutes.
The TSA has outlined rules that allow you to take your Savi’s custom lightsaber along with you as carry-on or checked luggage. If you don’t feel comfortable bringing your lightsaber with you on an airplane, you can opt to have Disney ship it home by visiting any of the business centers found at the various Disney World resorts.
The price to build a droid at Droid Depot is $100 + tax. This includes the droid building experience and the droid you build, either an R2 or BB style unit. Carrying bags can be purchased at an additional cost.
Yes, but there are only two food item options: Rising Moons Overnight Oats and Mustafarian Lava Roll. Most of the menu is made up of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.
There is currently only one active ride in Galaxy’s Edge: Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run. A second ride, Star Wars; Rise of the Resistance, will open at Galaxy’s Edge Walt Disney World in December 2019.
No, at this time, the only way to experience Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run, is to wait in the general standby queue.
According to Disney’s Theme Park Dress Guidelines, only children 13 and under are permitted to wear costumes. This policy is active in Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge.