SNEAK PEEK: Disneyland's Galaxy's Edge previews what to expect at Florida park

"Star Wars": Galaxy's Edge is set to open to the public at California's Disneyland on Friday, just three months before opening at Walt Disney World.

Galaxy's Edge is the most technologically advanced single-themed expansion ever in a Disney park.

The Land of Batuu at Galaxy's Edge is pretty detailed, but the main attraction looks to be the Millennium Falcon.

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There are plenty of new and old treats at Ronto Roaster, and there are plenty of hidden gems guests can find as they wander the streets,

"We have built Black Spire Outpost on Batuu on The Wild Edge of Space so that 'Star Wars' fans can come and create their own story here," said Imagineering show producer Chris Kelly. "It's like a palette you can paint your own picture on."

Guests will also have a chance to build their own droid at the Droid Depot or create their own lightsaber at Savi's Workshop.

If one is looking for a bite to eat, Ronto Wraps are cooked up by an old pod racer engine from The Phantom Menace.

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While the new "Star Wars" mecca opens May 31 in California, it is virtually identical to what will open at Walt Disney World.

Disney wants guests to be able to create their own adventure and story once they get inside to enhance their experience.

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Jeff Levkulich

Jeff Levkulich,

Jeff Levkulich joined the Eyewitness News team as a reporter in June 2015.