- Learn the life story of the man behind the magic and hear exhibits narrated in Walt Disney's own voice
- Explore 40,000 square feet dedicated to fantasy, including 200 video screens, initial drawings, films, and music!
- Visit one of the Bay Area's best venues in the Presidio, overlooking the Golden Gate Bridge
The Walt Disney Family Museum presents Mickey Mouse: From Walt to the World, a celebration of animation's most beloved and recognizable character.
This original exhibition chronicles Mickey's influence on art and entertainment over the past nine decades and tells the story of his origin, rise to fame, and enduring worldwide appeal in relation to Walt Disney's own inspiring story.
Find animation, innovation, and inspiration, and immerse yourself in the remarkable life story of Walt Disney – the man who turned animation into an art! The Walt Disney Family Museum in San Francisco's historic Presidio is a world of Walt's own imagining.
Explore contemporary interactive galleries and state-of-the-art exhibits (including a giant walk-through model of Disneyland), and more.
Get to know the man behind the mouse! There's 40,000 square feet of imagination to inspire you here, including sketches, drawings and animations, and of course, daily screenings of Disney classics.
Walt Disney tirelessly pursued innovation, and created a distinctly American legacy, transforming the entertainment world!
The Walt Disney Family Museum is one of the Bay Area's most inspirational venues. Step into an historic building that reveals 40,000 square feet of imagination.
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.
Scan your smartphone ticket at the turnstile to get right in.
- Cancellations are not possible for this ticket
- Changes 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.