Tickets for Walt Disney Family Museum: Skip The Line
Early Disney drawings, cartoons, movies, music and more!
- Learn the life story of the man behind the magic and hear exhibits narrated in Walt Disney's own voice, in over 40,000 square feet of imagination
- See a special exhibition by animator and artist Glen Keane, the man behind some of the most iconic Disney characters including Beauty's Beast and Tarzan
- Visit one of the Bay Area's best venues in the Presidio - overlooking the Golden Gate Bridge
He created giant pink castles and a talking mouse that everyone seems to think is totally normal. But there's a lot more to Walt Disney that you may not know. Until you visit the Walt Disney Family Museum. Located in San Francisco's historic Presidio, this is a world of Walt's own imagining. Get to know the man behind the mouse.
The Walt Disney Family Museum throws you into Walt Disney's world as you explore contemporary interactive galleries and state-of-the-art exhibits (including a giant walkthrough model of Disneyland), and more - all narrated in his own voice.
There's 40,000 square feet of imagination to inspire you - including sketches, drawings and animations made by the man himself. And of course, daily screenings of Disney classics.
Make Believe: The World of Glen Keane (8 March – 3 September 2018)
This exhibition focuses on the work of influential Disney animator and artist Glen Keane. He's the man responsible for some of Disney's most famous characters - so Beauty's Beast, the fearless swinging Tarzan, little mermaid Ariel and Pocahontas are all here!
Die-hard Disney fan? There are also special exhibitions which you can pay extra for.
- General admission
- Exhibitions and movie presentations (tickets can be bought onsite)
Scan your smartphone ticket at the turnstile to get right in.
Cancellations are not possible for this ticket.
All buses to Presidio Transit Center (+ a 5-minute walk), to Golden Gate Club (+ a 3-minute walk), or to Montgomery Street (+ a 3-minute walk).
Not really a place for youngsters that aren’t able to read yet, those around us seem rather bored. A lot of interactive stuff in Walt’s own voice was really cool.