$10 for $20 Adult Tickets to The Walt Disney Family Museum
- Find animation, innovation, and inspiration and immerse yourself in the remarkable life story of Walt Disney
- Enjoy daily screenings of Disney classics
- Contemporary interactive galleries and state-of-the-art exhibits are narrated in Walt’s own voice, and feature early drawings, cartoons, movies, music, listening stations, more than 200 video screens, and a spectacular model of Disneyland
- Located at The Presidio of San Francisco
Unleash the little kid in you and relive the magic of your childhood with today's half off deal. Get adult tickets to The Walt Disney Family Museum for only $10 ($20 value).
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- Expires March 28, 2013
- Not valid with other offers
- Voucher can be exchanged for a general admission ticket
- Does not include special exhibition surcharge
- Last ticket entry at 4:45 p.m. daily
- No cash back, no cash value
About The Walt Disney Family Museum
The creator of Mickey Mouse, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Disneyland, and the global yet distinctly American company that bears his name, Disney was a risk-taker who started his first business at the age of 19 and worked tirelessly to elevate animation to an art form. He invented timeless and much beloved characters and stories that brought the fantastical to life and continue to inspire a sense of wonder. Through animated and live-action films, television programs, and theme parks, Disney created global symbols, icons, and characters that, more than 40 years after his death are an indelible part of popular culture in America and around the world.
The Walt Disney Family Museum illustrates how Disney’s irrepressible creativity enriched the imagination of generations. The Museum tells the story of the man behind the myth in Disney’s own voice and in exhibits that reveal his expansive vision, from early drawings of some of his most popular characters to plans for Disneyland and EPCOT.
“My father has one of the most well-known names around the world, but as the Disney “brand” has grown, the man has become lost,” said Diane Disney Miller, one of the Museum’s founders. “We are committed to telling the story of Walt Disney’s life, in his own words, and in the words of others who knew him well and worked with him. My father was very open, and in the many conversations and interviews that you will hear in the galleries, you learn the story of his life. It is a wonderful story, and Dad himself loved to tell it. Thanks to the amazing work of many dedicated people, we are fortunate to be able to tell it here using the tools he worked with – art, music, film, and technology – to present an honest yet affectionate portrait of this amazing artist and man.”
Wednesday to Monday: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
YelpJulia S. (Burbank, CA)
I drove up to San Francisco from L.A. just for this museum and it was well worth the trip. I will definitely return soon!"
YelpRichard G. (Fremont, CA)
It is located in the middle of the Presidio. Its in a amzaing location with the bay nearby and isolated from the city. Its in a old brick building. And when you walk in you entered the life and imagination of Walt Disney.
Wow is all I have to say, its a wonderful museum. First you enter into the early life of Walt, a humble life, to a cartoonist, and then to the development of Walt Disney company. There is lots of pictures, short videos,of his life and of his work. There is a lot to see and absorb. You view the characters, story development, and then to the development of Disneyland. I spent about three hours in this place and was absorbed by story of Walt Disney."
YelpJonathan L. (Alameda, CA)
I've taken many friends and family, and my 6 year old niece loved it too."