Have you ever crashed the Millennium Falcon aboard Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run at Disney’s Hollywood Studios or Disneyland Park?
Rest assured; your poor piloting is not the worst thing that has happened aboard the attraction on planet Batuu!
A piece of this iconic Star Wars simulation attraction recently broke off and hit a Guest mid-ride. Reddit user u/bawlsaque wrote:
Was riding Smugglers Run as the right pilot and halfway through the ride I felt something fall and bounce off of my leg and onto the floor. I felt around for it and found one of the large circle buttons from the ride had fallen off. I could see the spot it had fallen off of and a very right light was shining from it. The rest of the ride I was having a debate with myself on whether to keep it or turn it into the cast member. I was going to keep it but last minute gave it to the cast member because I did not want a guilty conscience for the rest of my trip.
Luckily, the button didn’t injure the Guest and appeared not to impact the ride system. Millennium Falcon: Smuggler’s Run is operating normally at the time of this article’s publication.
More on Millennium Falcon: Smuggler’s Run
Take charge and control the Millennium Falcon on this simulation adventure ride in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disneyland Resort and Walt Disney World Resort. From Disney:
Fly the Millennium Falcon on a thrilling interactive smuggling mission.
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