Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge In Florida Is As Amazing As It Sounds
Rejoice, young Jedi…your wildest Star Wars dreams can come true right here at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in Florida.
Following the overwhelming success of the latest Star Wars movie trilogy, an entire theme park has been opened that is dedicated to the amazing world(s) first introduced to us back in 1977 when Episode IV: A New Hope first appeared on the silver screen.
Although 20th Century Fox released the original trilogy and the prequel trilogy, Disney acquired LucasFilms and production rights in 2012 and have continued the saga with Episode VII: The Force Awakens, as well as creating a new parallel anthology with Rogue One.
If there is one thing that Disney loves more than princesses…it’s theme parks.
Have you been to Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in Florida? Tell us all about it in the comments! We’re convinced it’s one of the best theme parks in Florida.
You’d better get started practicing your lightsaber skills…and may the force be with you.
Best Theme Parks In Florida
What are some of the best theme parks in Florida?
Well, of course Florida is well-known for its many theme parks. Check out this list four eight parks you won’t want to miss! If your kids (or you) love dinosaurs, Dinosaur World is fantastic. And how about Renniger’s, a massive antique theme park? It’s a bargain hunter’s dream!
What are some attractions in Florida?
Besides theme parks, Florida’s got plenty to offer tourists. Bok Tower is so unusual that it looks like something straight out of Middle Earth. Obviously, we have plenty of beaches! We’ve even got Butterfly World, the planet’s largest butterfly garden. If you’re a fan of horses, you don’t have to go all the way to Kentucky – take a trail ride in Ocala!
What are some unusual attractions in Florida?
Let’s face it, we can be a little wacky here in the Sunshine State. Some of our attractions show that. Here’s a list of weird places you’ll want to check out, and don’t even think about missing Whimzeyland! No mention of strange oddities in Florida would be complete without recommending Ripley’s Believe It Or Not. The original museum is located in St. Augustine!