(KGTV) — Whether you've made it into Disneyland's newest addition under a four-hour window or are without any time constraints, a visit to "Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge" will require some time budgeting.
Lines for the area's only ride currently open, Millennium Falcon: Smuggler's Run, will not utilize any Fast Pass ticketing, meaning guests will have to wait in line if they want to experience the attraction.
That could mean a long wait time is in store — so time budgeting is important. And over 14 acres, there's a lot to do, see, and eat at "Galaxy's Edge."
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Savi's Workshop will only accept a 14 builders at a time to construct a custom lightsaber, which could take anywhere from 30-45 minutes.
A trip to the Droid Depot to create a custom astromech companion will also run guests anywhere from 15-30 minutes.
Between the three interactive attractions, guests can fight in stops for food at any of the land's eateries, some shopping at marketplace stores, or just sightseeing throughout "Galaxy's Edge."