Hidden Millennium Falcon in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge

Move over Hidden Mickeys, there’s a new hidden object in Walt Disney World’s newest land – a hidden Millennium Falcon.

Disney Imagineers have been hard at work over the past few years building a living, breathing place called Batuu. If you’re not familiar with Batuu, it’s the planet that we visit when traveling to Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge. Within Batuu, there are thousands of little details that make the 14-acre theme park land a real place. Within those thousands of details there are easter eggs throughout. From nods to now-bulldozed sections of the park to the Star Wars films, there is plenty to look at and find within Black Spire Outpost.

During our recent Annual Passholder preview, we spoke with Cast Membe…Batuuans who were eager to share some of the cool tidbits of their home. Probably one of the coolest things that they shared with us was that there is a hidden Millennium Falcon…on the Millennium Falcon! Check out the photos below for a closer look at the hidden Millennium Falcon in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

First, here’s a look at the hidden Millennium Falcon.

You can find it by locating the vented portion of the cockpit that looks like a dark ring in the photo below. If you follow it all the way to the base, you’ll be able to make out the tiny Millennium Falcon. As told to us, Imagineering initially told Cast Members that there were 35 hidden Falcons scattered around, but it turns out there’s only this one.

For more on the Millennium Falcon and the Smugglers Run attraction, check out some of our fully immersive 360-degree virtual reality videos that put you in the middle of the action on Batuu!

For continuing coverage of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge and much more from around the Disney Parks, keep checking back with us here at BlogMickey.com!

Mike is the owner and writer for BlogMickey.com. Visiting the parks daily allows him to keep up with the latest Disney news, reviews, and photos from around the Disney Parks

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  1. Thanks for sharing this! I cannot wait to try to find it for myself!
    Hoping to go sometime next week. We missed out on the passholder preview.


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