BUENA VISTA, Fla. - Walt Disney World fans looking to check out "Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge" who are staying at a Disney hotel can get a chance to participate in Extra, Extra Magic Hours.
The Disney Parks Blog announced that for a limited time the Extra, Extra Magic Hours will be available to hotel guests that give them access to some of the Walt Disney World parks before the general public is allowed entry.
Starting Sept. 1 until Nov. 2, Disney World guests can take part in the Extra, Extra Magic Hours at the Hollywood Studios Park from 6 a.m. until 9 a.m. That includes access to the new Toy Story Land as well as "Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge." But access to the "Star Wars" portion will still be subject to capacity, according to the blog.
The "Star Wars"-themed area is set to open Aug. 29 and will feature two new attractions as well as food and merchandise inspired by the "Star Wars" franchise.
In addition to exploring the new "Star Wars" area, guests can also take part in the Extra, Extra Magic Hours for the Magic Kingdom Park and Disney's Animal Kingdom.
From Aug. 29 until Nov. 2, guests can head to either park from 7 a.m. until 8 a.m. The Extra, Extra Magic Hours also include access to Animal Kingdom's "Pandora - The World of Avatar."
The Extra, Extra Magic Hours are an extension of the theme park's Extra Magic Hours, which are offered to Disney Resort hotel guests. In order to use the magic hours, visitors must have valid theme park admission tickets and a hotel ID.
This story was reported from Los Angeles.