The centerpiece of Disney’s newest addition to Disneyland is the Millennium Falcon. For decades, fans have been dying to get behind the controls of the iconic spaceship and thanks to Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run, that dream will become a reality for many this weekend. Of course, Disney didn’t just build an attraction where you’ll be able to pilot the ship, they also built the real thing and parked it amongst the petrified trees of Black Spire Outpost. Measuring in at over 100-feet long, taking months to build, and with details better than the movies, the Millennium Falcon is sure to be a popular spot to take photos for years to come.
Today, we have brand new images of the fastest ship in the galaxy ahead of its public debut on Friday, May 31st. Guests will first get a glimpse of the Millennium Falcon through the streets of Black Spire Outpost. Disney designed the land so that the Falcon wouldn’t be fully revealed right away. Just like the characters in the movies, you’ll have to weave your way through the buildings (and people) of Batuu before you get to see the full Millennium Falcon.
Below, we can see the Millennium Falcon sitting just beyond the entrance to Dok-Ondar’s Den of Antiquities.
Some guests will see the Falcon after passing under an archway.
Taking a closer look at the left side of the above image shows the entrance to Millennium Falcon: Smuggler’s Run.
This image reminds us of some of the early concept art for the Millennium Falcon.
An elevated view shows the calm, quiet streets of Batuu just a few days before the land officially opens to the masses.
As always, keep checking back with BlogMickey.com as we continue to cover all of the news coming out of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge!
Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge is now open at Disneyland and will open at Disney’s Hollywood Studios on August 29th.