Another fun part of my trip to San Francisco was visiting the Walt Disney Family Museum. (You can read about Tour of Pixar Studios and our Tour of Pixar Studios, and the Pixar Archives) I wasn’t sure what to expect, but I have been so many different museum’s in my time, and so I figured I knew what it would be like. I was wrong. The Walt Disney Family Museum in short, is incredible. They have integrated so many tech things into it that it makes it not only educational but entertaining. Are those pictures on the wall? No they are videos meant to look like pictures. The words have videos built into them and there are screens with videos in places where you would least expect. The whole experience was just awesome, and I can’t wait to go back with my family and show them the dedication and history of the one we all love and know as Walt Disney. I have several pictures of my journey – and so many more I didn’t share (I don’t want to spoil it for you…) so enjoy and I will see you again at the end…
Here is a video of Steamboat Willie if you haven’t seen it in a while:
Walt Disney died on December 15, 1966. Reactions from around the world, in newspaper articles, editorial comment, and letters and telegrams present an appreciation of the joy, hope, and inspiration Walt provided to millions of people around the world. You can read more about Walt Disney on WaltDisney.org and of course by visiting the museum and seeing for yourself the legacy that he left.
Learn more about Walt Disney on:
WEBSITE | http://www.waltdisney.org/
FACEBOOK | https://www.facebook.com/WDFMuseum
TWITTER | http://www.twitter.com/WDFMuseum
This trip is sponsored by Disney, Pixar & Disney Junior. This does not affect my opinions and they are 100% my own.