Reservations are currently available up to 60 days in advance via Disneyland’s dining reservation system. You can make them via the Disneyland app, website or by calling. Additionally, a handful of same-day reservations can be made beginning at 7am PT via the Disneyland app or website.
Correspondingly, can I bring my lightsaber on a plane?
Checked Bags: Yes
Sadly, the technology doesn’t currently exist to create a real lightsaber. However, you can pack a toy lightsaber in your carry-on or checked bag. May the force be with you.
Likewise, can you get into Savi’s workshop without a reservation?
Q. Are reservations required at Droid Depot, Savi’s Workshop − Handbuilt Lightsabers and Oga’s Cantina or can I walk in? A. Walk-ins are accepted on a limited basis and are subject to availability.
Can you store your lightsaber at Disneyland?
Another option for you is to store your deconstructed light saber in one of the jumbo lockers located outside the parks entrance. … Once you have built your new blade, be sure to stop by Doc-Ondar’s Den of Aniquities to check out the customizations for light sabers, as well as other awesome merchandise.
Savi’s Workshop – Handbuilt Lightsabers is incredibly popular and subject to availability. Advance reservations are highly recommended. A valid, accepted credit card number is required at the time of booking.
Reservations for Savi’s Workshop – Handbuilt Lightsabers can be made up to 60 days in advance. … Savi’s Workshop – Handbuilt Lightsabers may be available to Guests when Disneyland Park reopens. Reservations will be limited and subject to availability.
To build your own lightsaber, you will need to visit Savi’s Workshop at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. You can make reservations for Savi’s Workshop 180-days in advance of your visit. I highly recommend doing so as this is a very popular experience. You can book your reservations using your My Disney Experience app.
Tucked away in Disney World’s Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, Savi’s Workshop is a unique opportunity for the die-hard Star Wars fan. For the price of $199.99, the part-show, part-experience allows you to build and take home your very own custom lightsaber.
At first glance, the cost of a lightsaber might cause a bit of sticker shock. At $219.99 plus tax, it’ll certainly take a chunk out of your (or in my case, Mommy Frog’s) wallet. Know that you’re paying not only for the lightsaber itself, but also the experience of building it in the workshop.
Maul’s Shadow Collective Legacy Lightsaber – $159.99
It can also be combined with the original Darth Maul hilt and have a blade on both ends. Star Wars Trading Post will have 26″ and 36″ blades available for purchase.
This is one of the most popular Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge offerings at both Walt Disney World and Disneyland, and for good reason. It’s not going to be something that everyone can afford to do in terms of time or money, but it’s something we recommend as a splurge for those who can do it. You won’t regret it.