Disneyland became a Ghost town because of the opening of the “Star wars” zone»
This is surprising, but after the opening of the long-awaited thematic area of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, the Park was empty. According to the guests, Disneyland has turned into a “Ghost town”.
“This comes as a surprise not only because the Park is usually crowded in summer, but also because Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge has recently opened,” the visitors note.
Thanks to the new $ 1 billion zone, visitors can fly the Millennium Falcon, fight with lightsabers, and drink blue milk.
To ensure that the Park won’t be Packed with Star wars fans, Disneyland introduced some crowd control measures: Galaxy’s Edge was only available to those who booked a ticket before June 23. But this week the Park was completely empty.
Patrick Finnegan, Vice President of Disney’s California Adventure, told OC Register that Disneyland hasn’t had such a low waiting time in decades.
But the amusement Park is not worried about this.
“We concentrated on how to provide an excellent experience from the opening of Star Wars: Galaxy”s Edge, – said the representative of Disneyland. “This area has increased the capacity of the Park by 20%, and thanks to our new proposals, advanced planning and innovative technologies, we have received incredible feedback from our guests who had a great time.”