Star Wars Themed Park Is Under Construction At Disney World And It's Worth Waiting For

As a Star Wars lover, everyone would want to "Drink in the cantina. Tangle with a bounty hunter. Befriend a Loth-cat. Dodge blaster fire. Fly the Millennium Falcon." It's everything a fan of this famous franchise can dream of. However, at Disney's Galaxy's Edge, a brand-new form of an immersive theme park, you'll soon be able to live within your own Star Wars adventure.
This 14-acre extension to the existing parks in Florida and California features two rides, a cantina restaurant, as well as new high-tech effects that will bring the fantasy realm to life. Disney is also constructing a luxury Star Wars hotel in Florida, where visitors will be able to role-play in costume and step even deeper into their illusional world. To satisfy the curiosity of the fan community, Disney even produced a video of drone footage showing the construction of this park. Isn't it so cool?

#1 Two theme parks are being built in Florida and California to give Star Wars fans a lifelike experience of space

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#2 Disney has released the never-before-seen construction version of the parks

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#3 Although it is still under construction, we can see the grandeur of this park

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#4 The Star Wars theme park project started in April 2016 and was invested up to 2 billion dollars

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#5 Surely when it comes into operation, this park will be an extremely attractive destination for Disney fans

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#6 When Disney published the concept art of this area, it attracted great attention from the Internet

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#7 The icon of Star Wars - the Millennium Falcon - is also featured in this park

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#8 No one can deny that this Star Wars park is truly epic

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#9 It gives us the feeling that we have really step into a new world

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#10 It is very impressive, isn't it?

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#11 I'm so excited, how about you? Share your thoughts in the comments section!

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