Star Wars fans young and old flock to Galaxy’s Edge for a once in a lifetime experience to be a part of the magic.
These lightsabers can be purchased in Dok Ondar’s Den of Antiquities, a store inside the Star Wars Land at both Disneyland and Disney World.
If you’re looking for a complete list of all the officially licensed Star Wars Legacy Lightsabers that can be found at Galaxy’s Edge, then look no further. This also includes Limited Edition and Collectible Sets to give you a complete picture.
What Are They?
Legacy lightsabers are unique and intricate replicas of the lightsabers featured in the Star Wars movies for fans to purchase as a personal memento from their favorite films.
These souvenirs can be bought from the Galaxy’s Edge Disney Studios site in their famed Don Odar’s Den of Antiques.
How Much Are They?
As these lightsabers are expertly made with a lot of fine detail, they can cost a fan anywhere from $139.00 – $400.00 depending on the style and rarity of the lightsaber.
If you would like a blade attached to your lightsaber this will cost you another $45 to $50 depending on the size of blade you would like. They come in a 26-inch or 36-inch version.
- Qui-Gon Jinn (coming soon)
- Plo Koon (coming soon)
2022 Release Lightsabers
- Asajj Ventress
- Cal Kestis
- Darth Sidious
- Halcyon Starcruiser Training Lightsaber (Galactic Starcruiser guest exclusive)
- Luminara Unduli
- Maul Shadow
2021 Release Lightsabers
- Leia Organa
- Rey Lightsaber
2020 Release Lightsabers
- Ahsoka Tano Lightsabers (Clone Wars)
- Count Dooku
2019 Release Lightsabers
- Asajj Ventress (Clone Wars)
- Ahsoka Tano (Rebels)
- Ben Solo
- Darth Maul
- Darth Vader
- Jedi Temple Guard (Rebels)
- Kylo Ren
- Luke Skywalker (Return of the Jedi)
- Mace Windu
- Obi-Wan Kenobi
- Reforged Skywalker
- Rey Legacy Lightsaber
Limited Edition Sets
- Ahsoka Tano Legacy Lightsaber – 2000 made, set includes two curved-hilts
- Jedi Temple Guard Lightsaber Hilt Set – 3000 made, includes two hilts and two connectors
- Skywalker Legacy Lightsaber Set – 3000 made, includes Leia Organa and Reforged Skywalker Lighhstabers
- Obi-Wan Kenobi Legacy Lightsaber Collectible Set
- Darth Vader Legacy Collectible Set
- Mace Windu Legacy Lightsaber Collectible Set
- Skywalker Legacy Lightsaber Collectible Set
As you can see there are many different options to choose from, with nearly all characters lightsabers replicated. Some lightsabers may be subject to availability at the time you visit the store.
What Do They Come With?
If you’ve managed to pick up a Legacy Lightsaber, then you might be surprised to know that they usually only come with the hilt and other accessories are sold separately. A standard legacy hilt comes in a plastic storage or display box.
Blades can be purchased on-site alongside lightsaber stands, shoulder carrying cases, and belt clip attachments. Collectible sets, however, do come with blades.
There are certain hilts that come with adaptors that replace end caps, this allows you to attach two hilts together to form a double-bladed lightsaber.
Custom Legacy Lightsabers
As the legacy lightsabers are exact replicas of the characters’ weapons, they can’t really be customized. If you were hoping to get a more customized souvenir then you can head over to Savi’s Workshop which is a guest experience that allows visitors to make their own lightsaber from scratch.
Guests get to choose which sets they want as well as the colors of their kyber crystal. This activity will set you back around $219.99 plus tax for each lightsaber you make.
For this price, each guest will receive a hilt, 2 emitters, 2 pommel caps, 4 sleeves, and 2 sets of activation plates and switches.
Buying Legacy Lightsabers Online
Although legacy lightsabers aren’t usually sold online through official Disney sources, sometimes they can be found at shopDisney, but this is mostly to sell the rarer Limited Edition and Collectible Sets.
There are many second-hand sellers online too, sights such as eBay, Amazon, and collector fan sites often sell legacy lightsabers.
However, these are limited to what is available at the time so you aren’t guaranteed to get the particular souvenir of your choice. Your best bet is to visit Galaxy’s Edge itself.
It should be noted that some of the prices with these types of online sellers are usually a bit more expensive. Some sellers offer monthly payment plans to help spread this cost out over time.
With all the options available, the biggest decision will be picking which legacy lightsaber you want to take home with you.
Don’t forget to buy a separate blade if you’re planning to go head-to-head in battle with someone from the opposite side.
We hope you found this article interesting and informative, helping you to better understand the legacy lightsabers you can purchase from Galaxy’s Edge.