Disney’s newest theme park makes fans Happy

 Walt Disney Co’s most up to date amusement park offering plans to cause fans to fail to remember they are in Florida and on second thought feel like they are traveling in extravagance in a cosmic system far, far away.

The two-night “Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser” experience, opening Tuesday at Walt Disney World in Orlando, places visitors into a story set on the Halcyon, a smooth space vessel said to be where Princess Leia and Han Solo took their vacation.

Disney’s planners trust guests embrace the opportunity to assume a part in the made up world made by George Lucas. Visitors on the Halcyon can cooperate with space droids, or Han’s furry companion Chewbacca, and meet new characters.

Group individuals will offer preparation in how to deal with a lightsaber or fight approaching dangers from the boat’s extension. “Star Wars” ensembles are supported.

“We are attempting to make it protected and amusing to play Star Wars,” said Scott Trowbridge, portfolio imaginative chief at Walt Disney Imagineering.

The first-of-its-sort experience is expensive, beginning at $4,809 for two visitors. That remembers two days and two evenings for one of 100 Starcruiser lodges, cosmic motivated food and drink, and a visit to Batuu, the “Star Wars” planet inside the Disney World amusement park.

Fashioners said the Starcruiser experience takes components from gaming, theater, narrating and neighborliness. Matt Martin, senior innovative chief in the Lucasfilm Story Group, referred to it as “vivid performance center meets a journey.” (Reuters)

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