May the Fourth be with you! Even as Walt Disney World and Disneyland are closed–and by extension, Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge–we’re excited to celebrate the day that honors the Star Wars media franchise created by George Lucas–as it has been physically built in the parks by Imagineering. (Updated May 4, 2020.)
We have over 100 intergalactic Star Wars photos from Walt Disney World and Disneyland for you here! This page features pictures from Star Tours (both the original and Adventures Continue), Rise of the Resistance, Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run, Savi’s Workshop, Droid Depot, and more spots within Galaxy’s Edge. (Including potential spoilers–you’ve been warned!)
In addition, we have tons of shots from the now-retired Star Wars Weekends at Disney’s Hollywood Studios! This includes one-time breakfasts and buffets, rare character meet & greets, Hyperspace Hoopla , and much more! Everyone is here, from Darth Vader to Darth Goofy, C-3PO, Chewbacca, Stormtroopers, and even Admiral Ackbar!
Welcome to the Star Tours Tomorrowland Spaceport, StarSpeeder service to Endor. Flight 1-14 will now be departing from gate number 2.
Here are the photos, presented without commentary…
We do hope you enjoyed your photo tour of Endor and Batuu, and will come back soon. Now please remain seated until the captain has opened the exit doors.
You may then unlatch your safety restraints by pressing the release button on your left. Oh, and do make sure you have your personal belongings. Thank you. Goodbye! 😉
If you’re planning on visiting Star Wars land, you’ll also want to read our Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge Guide. This covers a range of topics from basics about the land and its location, recommended strategies for Galaxy’s Edge, what to do, and how to beat the crowds. As for planning the rest of your trip, we have a thorough Walt Disney World Planning Guide and comprehensive Disneyland Vacation Planning Guide.
Have any favorite Star Wars memories you’d like to share? Have you experience Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge? Any favorite parts of the land? Any questions? Hearing your feedback—even when you disagree with us—is both interesting to us and helpful to other readers, so please share your thoughts below in the comments!