A long time ago, in a distant galaxy in Anaheim, there was a new entry called Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, open only to people with reservations. But on June 24, the park provided this land without reservations, which meant that anyone with access to Disneyland could have access to new theme land located on the universe planet of Batuu in Star Wars. That said, Galaxy's Edge is already the most popular part of the park. However, to avoid a large crowd, Disneyland has set up a new virtual queue.
If you want to drive Millennium Falcon's Smuggler's Run, drink some blue milk Build your own lightsaber or join The Resistance, while the Disneyland Park has devised a system to help you Control quantity with a virtual queue. For early risers there is the opportunity to enjoy Galaxy's Edge. However, with the daily routine and the increasing overcrowding of the country (which you can monitor through the Disney app), a virtual queue will come into play. Guests can register at 7am in the morning using FastPass kiosks or the Disney app for "boarding times" in Batuu. They will be notified on their phones as soon as their boarding times are available, and have two hours to enter the country ̵
Star Wars: Galaxy's edge gets shorter and shorter for visitors to Disneyland's opening day
Even if you do not need reservations for Galaxy's Edge, you'll need reservations for certain parts of the country, including Savi's lightsaber workshop and Ogas Cantina – the only place in Disneyland where you can enjoy alcoholic drinks from another world.
Disneyland posted this helpful video to help you on your journey to Galaxy's Edge.