The Millennium Falcon has landed in Disneyland. Thanks to satellite imagery from September, we’re able to see that the installation of the Millennium Falcon is underway in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge. Seen below, the Falcon is in place in front of the attraction that will allow guests to pilot the ship through an assortment of missions.

First, let’s take a look at the concept art that places the Millennium Falcon in front of the black spires of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.

The frame of the Millennium Falcon appears to be nearly complete, and theming has been applied to a wedge of “the fastest ship in the galaxy”. Here’s a look at the satellite imagery that shows the Millennium Falcon under construction in Disneyland.

UPDATE: Our friends at Nearmap have provided us with high resolution imagery to supplement the satellite imagery we purchased for the original story. Because the imagery from Nearmap is far superior, we’re featuring that first with the original photos to follow.

Original photos below.

For an inside look at the attraction and the logistics of how it will work, check out our post from April.

Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge is scheduled to open Summer 2019 in Disneyland and late-Fall 2019 in Disney’s Hollywood Studios.


  1. […] Blog Mickey has some high-resolution satellite imagery showing the installation of the Millennium Falcon ride at Disneyland in California. Over on the other coast, rumor has it that Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge might not open until the tail end of 2019 at Disney’s Hollywood Studios in Florida. Based on ticket pricing updates, WDW News Today pegs the likely opening date as sometime between December 17 and December 20, 2019. […]


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