Disneyland to Give Out Bathroom Passes for Guests Waiting in Long Lines at New Star Wars Land

The park will also be providing themed entertainment and snacks for purchase to guests waiting for launch

Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge
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If you’re planning on braving the long lines anticipated for the opening of Disneyland’s Star Wars ride, the theme park has a few solutions to make the experience more enjoyable instead of just saying, “May the force be with you.”

When Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run opens at the new Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge land May 31, guests who struggle to hold their bladder in line can ask for a bathroom pass, which will allow them to use the restroom and not lose their spot, alleviating the need for Jedi-worthy self control.

Disneyland Resort will also provide entertainment both in-person and through their mobile app to make guests’ experience in line more pleasant. This may be done through character performances, trivia conducted by a cast member or games that are accessible on mobile phones — all of which will be themed to the ever-popular film series. Snacks and drinks will also be available for purchase while guests are waiting.

Details have not yet been released about how the bathroom pass process will work, and Disney officials tell PEOPLE that this initiative is actually not a new one, as the park works to accommodate guests who need to hop out of line for any reason all year round.

In order to access Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge on it’s opening date, guests will be required to make a free reservation in addition to purchasing their park ticket to visit Galaxy’s Edge, which will be located inside of Disneyland. Disney officials say this is to spread out what they anticipate will be a very high volume of guests and try to manage the queue times.

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Park goers will be required to make a reservation to visit Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge between May 31 and June 23. After June 23, the park will move away from the reservations system and enable a virtual boarding pass system, which will allow guests to register for a time slot to visit the land call them back when it’s their turn.

Additional details on how guests can make a reservation are expected to be released in the coming weeks.

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