‘Star Wars’ Seek and Find Scavenger Hunt Debuts at Disneyland

Toni Ferrigno

We took part in the Seek and Find scavenger hunt that’s part of Season of the Force at Disneyland Park.

Season of the Force Seek and Find Scavenger Hunt

Season of the Force Seek and Find map

The Seek and Find activity is free to all guests at Disneyland Park through June 6 or while supplies lasts. Guests can pick up the map at The Star Trader in Tomorrowland to begin the scavenger hunt journey. As the story goes, the Rebel Alliance set up a coded system on old supply cylinders while stopped on the planet of Batuu. Guests will hunt through Black Spire Outposts at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge to find six of these coded cylinders that will help to form a codeword. Then, they’ll return back to Tomorrowland to find decoder signs that’s help to decrypt the codeword. Once completed, guests can return to The Star Trader to receive a keepsake.

The Seek and Find mission is one of the many limited-time offerings in celebration of “Star Wars” Season of the Force. We’ve seen exclusive menu items, merchandise, character meetings, a popcorn bucket, and roaming droids all in honor of the event, which takes place April 5 through June 2 at Disneyland Resort.

Season of the Force Seek and Find map

The opposite side of the map clues guests in to the location of each of the inscribed cylinders.

How to Solve the Seek and Find (Spoiler Warning)

If you’d like to discover all of these cylinders and their coded symbols on your own, you may want to stop reading here, as there are spoilers ahead.

Season of the Force Seek and Find cylinder

Located near the Millennium Falcon, you’ll find this red cylinder. The code, which uses the Aurebesh alphabet, translates to R5.

Season of the Force Seek and Find cylinder

Hanging high near Oga’s Cantina is this black cylinder with the code K2.

Season of the Force Seek and Find cylinder

This orange cylinder by a menu at Kat Saka’s Kettle translates to P0.

Season of the Force Seek and Find cylinder

By Savi’s Workshop, above a pile of caged junk parts, you’ll find the green cylinder, which is marked L3.

Season of the Force Seek and Find cylinder

On a shelf above merchandise in Resistance Supply , you’ll spot the blue cylinder that decodes to B4.

Season of the Force Seek and Find cylinder

Finally, hanging above the seating for Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo, you’ll find the orange cylinder with the code M7.

Season of the Force Seek and Find sign

With all six cylinders decoded, you’ll head back to Tomorrowland, where six “Star Wars” Season of the Force signs can be found. Each one links to a different cylinder. Sign one decodes the orange cylinder from Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo.

Season of the Force Seek and Find sign

Sign two decodes the blue cylinder from Resistance Supply.

Season of the Force Seek and Find sign

Sign three decodes the red cylinder from the Millennium Falcon.

Season of the Force Seek and Find sign

Sign four decodes the gold cylinder from Kat Saka’s Kettle.

Season of the Force Seek and Find sign

Sign five decodes the black cylinder from Oga’s Cantina.

Season of the Force Seek and Find sign

Sign six decodes the green cylinder from Savi’s Workshop.

Prize

Season of the Force Seek and Find keepsake

With all of the cylinders decoded, guests can fill in the codeword. Once redeemed at The Star Trader, guests will be given a commemorative Aurebesh alphabet translator card. Chewbacca was printed on the front of ours.

Season of the Force Seek and Find keepsake

The back of the card has the full Aurebesh alphabet with its translation to the English alphabet beneath each letter.

A hand holding a Star Wars trading card featuring R2-D2 at a crowded "seek and find" event.

Most recently new cards featuring R2-D2 and C-3PO have been released.

A hand holding a Star Wars-themed "seek and find" card featuring the character C-3PO, with the text "Season of the Force" at the bottom.

Did you participate in the Seek and Find scavenger hunt for Season of the Force? Let us know in the comments below.

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