If you’ve been to the parks lately, you’ve likely noticed some level of construction going on. Disney’s building and updating a ton of things throughout their parks and resorts, so here is a breakdown of all currently confirmed completion dates for their upcoming attractions, as of Sept. 3, 2018.
Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge
One of the most hotly anticipated of all the new additions is the Star Wars-themed land, with its immersive scenery, interactive Millennium Falcon attraction, and another attraction centered around getting away from the First Order is opening a little earlier in Disneyland®Resort than it is in Florida. It’s set to open in summer 2019 for California, and late fall of next year for Florida.
Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway
The ride that’s replacing The Great Movie Ride® Attraction is set to hit Disney’s Hollywood Studios is also opening in 2019, although there’s no confirmation on a specific opening date yet. It’s 3D without glasses, making for another immersive experience that’ll make guests feel like they’re part of the new wave of Mickey Mouse cartoons.
Guardians of the Galaxy Coaster
There’s not much known about the indoor rollercoaster that’s being built in Epcot® other than the fact that it’s themed around the Guardians of the Galaxy and that the former building where Universe of Energy was housed will now be the location of the queue. No specific year has been given, but it’ll be open for Walt Disney World® Resort’s 50th anniversary in 2021.
The ride themed around the beloved Pixar movie is one of the hottest attractions in Disneyland Paris, and it’s making its way over to Epcot® with the expansion of the France Pavilion in World Showcase. It’s also set to be open by the anniversary in 2021, but being that construction has been underway, it’s not unreasonable for speculation to think it might be open earlier.
One of the crown jewels of Shanghai Disney Resort, the Tron-themed rollercoaster, is making its way over to Magic Kingdom® Park. Guests will sit on the movie’s iconic light cycles and zip through both covered and outdoor portions of the track. The coaster will sit next to Space Mountain® Attraction and behind the Tomorrowland Speedway, adding another sight to the Tomorrowland® Area’s skyline. It’ll be Like a handful of the rides listed before it, it’ll be open by the anniversary in 2021.