There's a galaxy far, far away that will soon make contact with our planet. The new Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge is opening at Disney's Hollywood Studios in Orlando this summer and it will be epic.\nAccording to Disney's blog, Galaxy's Edge will be an entire addition to the park featuring rides, entertainment and more, set to open August 29. This is an exciting announcement for Star Wars fans as the Galaxy's Edge will also be accompanied with a Star Wars-themed resort. The resort is scheduled to open later in Fall 2019. The resort is scheduled to open later in Fall 2019.\nThis immersive and intergalactic land will feature Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run, where guests will have the opportunity to take control of the ship and sample galactic food and beverages. Guests will have access to this far away land with a regular admission from Disney's Hollywood Studios. But, capacity will be limited during the first phase of Star Wars.\nThe second phase which is another attraction inside Galaxy's Edge will offer guests a broader experience called Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance. This other part of the attraction is set to open at a later date. As stated in Disney's blog this attraction "will put guests in the middle of a climactic battle between the First Order and the Resistance and will blur the lines between fantasy and reality."\nView this post on Instagram 👀 @TomBrady and @Edelman11 show off their lightsaber skills #StarWars #GalaxysEdge – coming Fall 2019 A post shared by Walt Disney World (@waltdisneyworld) on Feb 4, 2019 at 5:31pm PST\nREAD MORE: Here’s The First Look At Orlando’s New Harry Potter Roller Coaster (VIDEO)\n@waltdisneyworldembedded via\nThis is expected to be the largest single-themed land in Orlando. You'll have a Star Wars feel when you enter The Land of Batuu. Guests will have the opportunity to complete missions and even take Jedi lessons with their own lightsabers.\nREAD MORE: 5 Bucket List Things To Do This Weekend At The Daytona World's Largest Motorcycle Event\nIt's a galaxy you'll never want to leave behind. For more information and tickets click here.