Disney World’s new Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser experience is expensive. Period. Starting prices for the all-inclusive, two-night adventure top $4,800 for two guests sharing a cabin during non-peak dates as of late last year. For four people, the price tag is just shy of $6,000.
Herein, can you build a droid in Disney Springs?
The Disney Springs Droid Factory located at Disney World is a must visit if you are Star Wars lovers! Which my family is, so we did not want to pass this up when we visited Disney Springs during our vacation. The experience gives guests the chance to build their own Droid as they wish and then purchase it afterwards.
Accordingly, can you get kyber crystals at Disney Springs?
While Savi’s Workshop will be opening its lightsaber building experience soon, guests can pick up their own glowing Kyber crystals in Disney Springs too!
Can you leave the Star Wars hotel?
Yes. You are free to leave Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge and visit the rest of Disney’s Hollywood Studios. We do encourage you to fully explore Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, as the experiences, encounters and adventures that you have there will impact your story when you return to the starcruiser.
You can also find a lightsaber building opportunity at Once Upon a Toy in Disney Springs. The Star Wars experiences have been moving around a bit lately, so if you don’t see lightsaber parts there, a friendly Cast Member should be able to point you in the right direction.
Guests are strongly encouraged to make reservations online for Droid Depot, Savi’s Workshop − Handbuilt Lightsabers and Oga’s Cantina or through the My Disney Experience mobile app. You can make reservations on the web page for each location. Learn more about Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.
Prepare for intergalactic adventures of the Star Wars kind! The ultimate mecca for fans of the Force, visit this one-stop emporium for a plethora of must-have merchandise—including apparel, accessories, drinkware, headwear, lightsabers, MagicBands, pins, toys, Vinylmation, wall art and other souvenirs.
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.