We are thrilled to welcome you back to our Main Museum galleries beginning Thursday, April 22. Experience Walt Disney’s uplifting life story showcased through our state-of-the-art galleries, which house hundreds of memorable artifacts, original artworks, and a spectacular miniature model of Disneyland.
Also on view is The Walt Disney Studios and World War II, an immersive exhibition featuring the compelling and multifaceted story of The Walt Disney Studios’ contributions to the Allies’ World War II effort with an array of original artwork, film clips, photos, literature, and more to explore.
Additionally, reopening to the public is the museum’s fifth Community Access Exhibition, Veterans’ Voices: Painted Realities, featuring original artworks by U.S. military veterans. The exhibition serves as a platform for the American veteran’s voice to be heard through their own words and creativity, rather than from depictions by non-veteran artists.
Pre-purchased, timed tickets are required for entry. During the first few months of reopening, we will release tickets in two-week increments. To purchase tickets available for the next two weeks, please visit our Tickets page. Members can reserve free tickets for the next two weeks via our members-only ticket reservation page. Please note that tickets for Thursday, April 15 through Sunday, April 18 include admission only to the WWII exhibition.
We are grateful to you for your support during our recent closure. We thank you for helping create an enjoyable experience for everyone and are happy to see you back at the museum soon.