To celebrate its 25th Anniversary, Disneyland Paris is offering a new and completely redesigned version of the Star Tours attraction, Star Tours: The Adventures Continue.
Since it first appeared in Discoveryland, Star Tours has established itself as a flagship attraction at the park. Its mission: to take guests on a spectacular voyage to the heart of the Star Wars films.
Opening March 26, Star Tours: The Adventures Continue has a number of surprises in store including new experiences, new destinations, new characters, a new pilot to take passengers on their journey, and more. The attraction returns with an all-new, action-packed, epic intergalactic voyage…all set in 3D.
Star Tours: The Adventures Continue will now give guests the opportunity to explore the galaxy far, far away through a selection of new 3D journeys. With more than 70 different mission combinations from the Star Wars saga, Star Tours invites guests to enjoy an experience that is unique for every flight.
Each destination offers its own surprises, with journeys through worlds such as Jakku, Naboo, Hoth, Tatooine, the Death Star.
Guests travel through the galaxy with a new pilot, C-3PO. Along the way, they will have the chance to meet heroes and villains never encountered until now, including Darth Vader. Each scenario, journey and unexpected development is generated at random to ensure guests can enjoy an original experience every time.
With state-of-the-art technology, flight simulators, digital 3D, Audio-Animatronic characters, special effects in the cockpit and epic music, guests are fully immersed in the universe of the Star Wars saga from Episode I to Episode VII.
Guests join the Rebellion aboard a Starspeeder 1000. The ship, meant to be piloted by droid AC-38, actually has C-3PO behind the controls at take-off. With many posibilities throughout each journey, including the chance to meet up with Princess Leia, Yoda, Boba Fett to name a few, one thing is certain: each flight will become a very memorable experience.
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