But now that the park has been open for over a month, more attractions and guest experiences have started back up.
With the exception of DVC members, Disney World has stopped accepting new reservations for its hotels while it gets ready to unveil a brand new reservation system.
But over the weekend, we discovered there was still a way to book a room at Disney World! That no longer seems to be the case.
And believe it or not, the crowds haven’t been too bad today! We’re not sure what sort of wizardry is at work, but we’ll take all the extra elbow room we can get in Hogsmeade right about now!
Since there are plenty of new health and safety procedures in place across Disney Springs, restaurants are limiting capacity and implementing social distancing measures. And, while we gave you ALL the details on dining in Disney Springs, we’re back again for more food! But, this time, we’re heading to Morimoto Asia for some Japanese cuisine.
Although Disney-owned stores and restaurants do not plan to open until the following week, several locations will be opening on May 20th — followed by others on May 22nd. But now, there is one more restaurant joining the list kicking off the grand re-opening.
On March 27, Disney officials announced that Disneyland Resort will remain closed until “further notice.”
Disney hasn’t provided a timeline for when they expect Disneyland to reopen, but they have stated that Cast Members will continue to be paid through April 18th. If you’re planning on cancelling your Disneyland vacation, you don’t have to wait on the phone!
Oh, did you think all the Star Wars excitement was over now that Rise of the Resistance is finally open and the final Star Wars movie has come and gone from the theaters? Then the NEW Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser (the Star Wars Hotel) must have slipped your mind!
And while just last weekend we checked in on the status of the new Star Wars hotel opening in Disney World sometime in 2021, we just found out you’ll be able to book your first voyage THIS YEAR!
Note: In April 2021, the price to build a lightsaber at Savi’s Workshop went up to $219.99.
Since the grand opening of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in Disneyland and Walt Disney World, we’ve been inundated with questions about this new, immersive land — particularly with respect to the “scrap metal” purveyor found at Savi’s Workshop — Handbuilt Lightsabers!
Here, we’re breaking down some of the most frequently asked questions and providing answers that will help you know what to expect when you build your own lightsaber.