Disneyland’s new Star Wars park looks ready to go in new aerial photos ahead of its opening this month

NEW aerial images have revealed that the hotly anticipated Star War's: Galaxy Edge park at Disneyland California is ready for its opening.

In the images, the majestic Millennium Falcon can be seen from above.

There are also a number of circular buildings and bridges in the Black Spire Outpost village.

The park's official opening is scheduled for later this month on May 31 though getting tickets is proving to be difficult.

Guests are having to pre-book to see the new land due to overwhelming demand, with early tickets being snapped up within hours.

Many lucky fans who got tickets have been left disappointed after they were warned that they have just four hours to see the park.

Disney explained this was to prevent congestion and long queues – it follows rumours of queues of up to six hours to go on the new rides.

The new attraction features two rides: Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run and Rise of the Resistance – but only the first ride will be operational on opening day.

The Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run will have a spaceship that's the exact replica of the ship from the films, measuring more than 100 feet long.

As part of the experience, a team of six people will operate the spacecraft during an interactive experience that, just like the movies, will get a little bumpy.

Modelled on an encounter with First Order fighters, the ride puts guests in the role of pilots, gunners or flight engineers to ensure their mission is completed.

On Rise of the Resistance, guests will play as new Resistance recruits and go on a journey on a full-size starship.

A hologram image of Rey will appear with a message before guests board their ship that takes off from Batuu.

It will then head into the orbit, only to be intercepted by a nearby Star Destroyer.

This sets up a climactic battle against military members of the First Order, who will probably give you a piece of their mind.

The ride is rumoured to be up to 28 minutes long.

Other aerial images revealed the construction of Disney World's Star Wars attraction in Florida.

However, it is not due to open until August 29 this year.

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