Disneyland Celebrates Star Wars Day With Hyperspace Mountain's Return + Black Tap's Opening

Disney characters Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse attend the 25th anniversary of Disneyland Paris at the park in Marne-la-Vallee, near Paris, France, April 12, 2017.
Disney characters Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse attend the 25th anniversary of Disneyland Paris at the park in Marne-la-Vallee, near Paris, France, April 12, 2017.
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A lot is about to happen at Disneyland in celebration of Star Wars Day. Before the theme park opens Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, Hyperspace Mountain is about to return, while Black Tap's famous milkshakes make its way to the happiest place on earth.

On May 4, Disneyland visitors can once again experience Hyperspace Mountain. The fun will be two-fold thrilling after the ride gets a galactic upgrade.  

Disneyland announced on its blog the Hyperspace Mountain's return, but it would only be for a limited time. However, it has yet to reveal the last day travelers can enjoy the ride.

Guests can also enjoy more Star Wars experiences through Tomorrowland for a new kind of adventure to the galaxy far, far away. Captain Phasma and a host of Stormtroopers will make their way to the event to feature an "incredible display" of the Force in March of the First Order.

Also, whether you're a First Order or a Resistance fan, you will surely find the joy to take a picture with the troops at the special photo opportunity in Starcade. Of course, Disneyland will serve a lot of food for you, as you will surely get hungry while roaming and enjoying the park.

To complete your Star Wars experience, Galactic Grill and Alien Pizza Planet will serve Star Wars-inspired snacks that are truly out of this world. You can try a variety of food like dark side chicken sandwich, outer rim pasta, novelty stein, sipper, popcorn bucket. If you want to bring a piece of the franchise into your homes, there are also souvenir shops like Star Trader and Launch Bay that sell t-shirts, hats, and limited-edition pins.

Aside from the Star Wars-inspired food, People reported the New York City-based burger chain best known for its milkshakes, Black Tap, will also make its way to Disneyland. Park visitors have been looking forward to this place's opening at the theme park since it was first announced in 2017.

Jenny Flake from the famous Instagram account @disneyhungry revealed when Black Tap opened at Disneyland in Anaheim, California; it quickly got 100 people waiting on the line. Hence, she suggested everyone be in the place 20 to 30 minutes earlier before the store opens.

Black Taps offers its signature "CrazyShakes," five of which are available through a to-go shake window that is exclusive to Disneyland. Of course, the burgers are also included, along with appetizers, wings, salads, and sandwiches.

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