PHOTOS: New “Bina’s Guide to the Creatures of Batuu” Scavenger Hunt Available in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disneyland

There’s a new scavenger hunt in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disneyland that allows kids under 9 years old (yes, they are fiercely enforcing this rule) to explore and research Batuu. When completing their mission, they will earn a special “coin”!


After picking up “Bina’s Guide to the Creatures of Batuu” at Creature Stall, children can explore Galaxy’s Edge and collect stamps from locations.



Let’s take a look at the guide, which is a nice souvenir in itself.


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Some of the pages show diagrams of creatures and ask the reader to answer brief questions.

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Other pages encourage kids to draw.


You can see the cast member here stamping the book.


After collecting stamps from each location listed in the guide, take the guide back to Creature Stall to earn this paper token, which looks a lot like an Oga’s Cantina drink coaster…

A young guest we spoke with said it took she and her sisters about 30 minutes to earn enough stamps for the token.

What do you think about the scavenger hunt? Is it something a young Star Wars fan you know would enjoy?

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1 year ago

All that for a paper coin? Really disappointing. This could be cool, especially if they put a punch of animatronic animals alongside the paths in the forested areas. Make it a real galactic safari.

1 year ago

On one hand I’m glad their finally putting in something that the little kids can do in the land. But on the other hand, why can’t they have a Scavenger Hunt made for older kids too? Or at the very least a Scavenger hunt that the whole family can get into?

I suppose you could make the argument that the Datapad on The Disney PLAY app is in some ways a Scavenger Hunt but…IDK.

1 year ago

This is like the Wilderness Explorers at DAK. I love the little scavenger hunts Disney does around the parks.