Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge invites guests to roleplay as allies with the Resistance, First Order, or as a smuggler from a galaxy far, far away. Keep in mind, the costume policy will stay in effect!
Although we all want to join in on the fun, the park requests that the current costume policy stays in effect. The current policy states that guests “14 years of age or older” may not wear costumes, especially if they are too similar to the characters in the park.
Most speculate that the reason for the costume policy is primarily to prevent ill-intentioned guests from giving a false idea of Disney and/or its characters. This rule is also for guest safety and protection.
Some are finding this rule especially frustrating because official costumes are being sold inside Galaxy’s Edge. Although you might want to walk around in your Luke Skywalker getup ($200 custom lightsaber in tow), you will have to wait until you exit Disneyland Park.
I expect to see a lot more Disneybounding tips and tricks in the coming months to combat this issue.
Source & Photo Credit: Polygon.
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