Star Wars Millennium Falcon is Hidden Near A Golf Course in England

Star Wars Millennium Falcon is Hidden Near A Golf Course in England

Star Wars Millennium Falcon is Hidden Near A Golf Course in England

According to the Daily Mail, the unmistakable shape of the enormous prop, surrounded by shipping containers and partially covered by a tarp, was spotted by fans using Google Earth.

The iconic Millennium Falcon has been spotted by fans, not in a galaxy far away, but on the borders of a golf course in Surrey - Barrow Hills Golf Club to be precise.

Han Solo's spacecraft has been snapped on Google's satellite, near Longcross studios in Surrey, ahead of the next instalment. No doubt. The location of the Millennium Falcon is adjacent to Longcross Film Studios, where parts of Star Wars: The Last Jedi were shot, and is about thirty minutes from Pinewood Studios, the general Star Wars filming hub.

The Millennium Falcon is the fastest ship in the galaxy, but while it's previously managed the Kessel Run in under twelve parsecs, Han Solo's iconic starship is now parked up in a field in Surrey.


Longcross has been the subject of avid fan speculation throughout The Last Jedi's production, so the Falcon's presence at the studio hasn't exactly been a secret.

The ship was last seen in The Force Awakens, under Rey's control, on its way to find Luke Skywalker.

The latest movie, Star Wars: The Last Jedi, is due out in cinemas on December 15.

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