This article is about the Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge area located at Disneyland. For the Disney's Hollywood Studios area of the same name, see Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge (Disney's Hollywood Studios).
Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge
Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge is a themed land at Disneyland and the first -themed land in the parks.
History Galaxy's Edge is located to the north of Frontierland, where Big Thunder Ranch and backstage areas were located. As a result of the expansion, Disney purchased nearby properties to relocate the office and warehouse space that was once on the land.
January 11, 2016, several attractions in Frontierland and Critter Country were closed. Big Thunder Ranch closed permanently, including the multifunction event space, barbecue restaurant, and petting zoo. Other attractions closed temporarily, including the Disneyland Railroad and Rivers of America. While the Rivers of America remain closed, Mark Twain Riverboat, Sailing Ship Columbia, Davy Crockett's Explorer Canoes, Tom Sawyer Island, , and the Disneyland Railroad were unavailable to park guests until July Fantasmic! 2017, though a train was put on display at New Orleans Square station with various other displays, and the Mark Twain was moored at the loading dock and remained open to guests as a seating area.  
The construction of
Galaxy's Edge resulted in a reconfigured route for the Disneyland Railroad and Rivers of America. A first look at how these changes would impact the park were revealed in January 2016, when concept art was released depicting the northern bank of the river after construction is completed.
Attractions and Entertainment
Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo
Kat Saka's Kettle
Dok Ondar's Den of Antiquities
Mubo's Droid Depot
Bina's Creature Stall
First Order Cargo
Black Spire Outfitters
The Jewels of Bith
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Disneyland targets summer 2017 for Rivers of America return". Themeparkinsider.com Retrieved on July 28, 2016.
Disneyland favorites returning after hiatus amid 'Star Wars'-themed land construction". abc7.com (June 5, 2017) Retrieved on June 5, 2017.
Concept art: How Disneyland's Rivers of America will look after 'Star Wars' land construction is finished", Orange County Register (January 15, 2016) . Retrieved on April 14, 2016.