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Entering the world of Star Wars:Galaxy’s Edge was spectacular. I can’t even express how excited I was to see the Millennium Falcon. (Han Solo is my favorite character). Finally being able to see it up close was even more impressive than I could have ever imagined. There is so much detail and I found that I just wanted to stand there and take it all in. The queue line for Smugglers Run kept you engaged from the moment you entered until the very end of the ride. Walking through the hallways of the Millennium Falcon was so realistic and I enjoyed this as much as the ride itself. The ride includes 6 people per cockpit; 2 pilots, 2 gunners and 2 engineers. Little Mouse and I were able to be a gunners which was a pretty fun “job” to have and the pilots seemed to be having fun too. My good friend was one of the engineers and she said the ride was good, but the “job” she had really didn’t do too much. From what I’ve been told each time you ride Smugglers Run it will be an exciting new experience because you will always be with a new crew. I can’t wait to fly again and I hope I get to be a pilot.

Inside the queue line

Ohnaka is a character from the Star Wars expanded universe

Walking the hallway of the Millennium Falcon

The Dejarik table or better known as Holochess Table

When you’re in the lounge area also be sure and look for other trinkets that will include the blast shield that Luke used in A New Hope along with the training droid.

Being “inside” the Millennium Falcon was so realistic and was a dream come true. Disney Imagineers outdid themselves with this part of the ride. I’ve watched these movies my whole life and to actually be inside the Falcon walking the halls was beyond words, almost unbelievable.

Inside the cockpit

“Most of my life I have done what I wanted to do. I have had fun on the job” – Walt Disney

About Traci

Traci is the author/editor of The Infinity Mouse.  She has been a lifelong fan of all things Disney that started when her parents took her to Disney World for the first time in 1978. Since then she has visited Disney World and Disneyland multiple times.  In the fall of 2018 she and her husband moved to Florida to begin a new chapter in life as empty nesters.  They decided being close to The Mouse and beaches was where they wanted to be.  She loves sharing all things Disney with people. Her goal is to share Disney happiness to those who can’t visit the happiest place on earth and to share information about what is happening in and around Disney with everyone.  She is also the owner of To Infinity and Beyond Travel and specializes in making Disney dreams come true.  So whether you want to travel to see The Mouse, or just want to stay up on all Disney happenings, she hopes to spread pixie dust to everyone.

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