Haga un maravilloso viaje a la vida y el legado de la leyenda de la animación, Walt Disney, en el Museo de la familia de Walt Disney en Presidio, San Francisco. Aprenda sobre la vida de Walt en exposiciones narradas con su propia voz, más de 200 pantallas de vídeo, y muchos esbozos, dibujos animados y películas de su primera época. Vea películas clásicas de Disney en el teatro con temática de la película 'Fantasía', maravíllese con una maqueta de Disneyland y elija la opción superior si desea incluir la entrada a las cautivadoras exposiciones especiales. No se pierda las impresionantes vistas del Puente Golden Gate y la Bahía de San Francisco a través de la pared de cristal del museo. Con su entrada en teléfono móvil, evite las colas y pase el teléfono por el lector para acceder directamente.
Walt Disney's Nine Old Men: Masters of Animation. Esta exclusiva exposición, celebrada entre el 17 de mayo de 2018 y el 7 de enero de 2019, conmemora el inconfundible talento y las contribuciones de los artitas más célebres de los Walt Disney Studios, conocidos con el sobrenombre de "Nine Old Men" por Walt Disney.
Our whole family absolutely loved this Museum. You really need a full day to fully explore all of what is on offer at this beautiful Museum, don't let the outside deceive you, this it is HUGE!. Loved seeing all the old family videos of the Disney family, hearing their voices telling their stories. If you love Disney this is a must see Museum while you are in San Francisco!
This is the 2nd time I have been to the Walt Disney Family Museum 4 years apart and the 2nd time was just as good. There is so much to see you could go every couple of years and still see new things. The displays are informative and interesting, you can easily spend 3-4 hours there. There is easy timed parking around the museum and if the fog cooperates, a great view of the Golden Gate.
This tour definitely met the expectation of understanding so much more about Walt Disney, the man and the company. It doesn't seem possible given how long this company has been in existence. The personal correspondence about copyright issues, strategy for testing new animation is so detailed, as well as the labor strikes are very insightful. The old memorabilia exhibit is great. Walt Disney's very early animated images and his wartime involvement was also unexpected. And if that wasn't all the setting of the museum is breathtaking. We were blessed with a great, sunny 70 degree day.
If you are looking for History on Disney the company or parks, this is not for you. This is specifically about Walt up until his death. It is still very interesting and engaging. If you go through all of the multimedia available you could be here for days. There is a lot of reading as well.
You have some movie shorts, and a gallery downstairs to also explore. This can easily keep someone without kids busy 3-4 hours if you read and watch everything, so you can get your money's worth that is for sure.
They have a small cafe on property with sandwiches and stuff. I did find that if you have Verizon and using Uber out there, to beware as the signal is bad. It caused a real hassle getting back into town because of it. When we were there, they also had some sort of party or even going on outside so it was very busy in the area with tents, cook out, whatever it was.
There is a great shuttle after 11 am that can take you around the park. The museum is really for mature 9 years old. It has the awards displayed and the story boards. There are many photos. It definitely takes you on a journey through his studio's achievements.