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Films
Daily, except Tuesday | 2pm

Hop on a broom to Salem, Massachusetts this October in Disney Legend Kenny Ortega’s cult classic, Hocus Pocus. Join Max and his younger sister Dani as they attempt to defeat the Sanderson sister witches with help from Allison, Max’s high school crush; Binx, an immortal black cat; and Billy, a kind

Films
Daily, except Tuesday | 2pm

Step in time with the Banks children on a jolly holiday with their practically-perfect nanny, Mary Poppins, and her chimney-sweep pal Bert, as they soar off to a magical countryside full of imagination, whimsy, and mischief. Catch an umbrella and fly down to our theater, as you wont want to miss

Films
Daily, except Tuesday | 3pm

This December, we invite you to watch the remarkable story of Walter Elias Disney come to life in documentary, Walt: The Man Behind the Myth (2001). Charmingly narrated by actor Dick Van Dyke, you’ll hear from Disney Legends Alice and Marc Davis, Bob Gurr, Ollie Johnston, Ward Kimball, Floyd Norman,

Films
Daily, except Tuesday | 1pm

In Christmas with Walt Disney—directed by Don Hahn and produced exclusively for the museum—Diane Disney Miller shares stories of how Walt spent the holidays, both at work and at home with his family. This sentimental behind-the-scenes peek includes family home videos alongside seasonal clips from

May 16, 2019–Feb 17, 2020
Celebrate animation’s most beloved and recognizable character with this original exhibition. Explore Mickey’s influence on art and entertainment over the past nine decades and the story of his origin, rise to fame, and enduring world-wide appeal.
Thu, Oct 10

Due to a special event, the museum will close early at 4pm with last gallery entry at 2:45pm.

Special Events
Sat, Oct 5 | 10am–4pm

Join us at The Walt Disney Family Museum to celebrate The Big Draw, the world’s largest drawing festival! Our annual, museum-wide family event will take place this year on October 5, celebrating Walt Disney’s varied contributions to visual arts. In connection with this year’s “Drawn to Life” theme,

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About Taste Catering

As the museum’s culinary partner, Taste Catering runs operations at the museum cafe and catering services for special events, offering light seasonal fare inspired by the local market, growers, and purveyors. The cafe is open to museum visitors and the public during museum hours. Guests can enjoy seating indoors or outdoors, overlooking the lawn on the Presidio’s main parade ground. 

Films
Sat, Oct 5 | 3pm

In conjunction with this year’s Big Draw theme Drawn to Life, which explores the benefits of being creative to make a positive change in both your own life and the world around you, we present this special screening of Disneynature’s Chimpanzee (2012). Follow the breathtaking story of a young

Films
Sat, Oct 5 | 1pm

In conjunction with this year’s Big Draw theme Drawn to Life, which explores the benefits of being creative to make a positive change in health and well-being, we present this special screening of Inside Out, which deals with the power of emotions. Join emotions Joy, Sadness, Anger, Disgust, and

Classes
Every Sun, Nov 3–Dec 8 | 10am–noon

In this six-week class, be prepared to reimagine ideas and designs as you learn what it takes to be an animator. Using animation principles and unconventional items, various drawing methods and practices will be explored. After multiple animation tests, students will then use their new skills to

Talks
Sat, Sep 28 | 1pm

Join Disneynature executive Paul Baribault as he discusses his own contributions to documentary filmmaking and public education, and explores how the Studios’ current Disneynature documentaries take inspiration from and strive to continue Walt’s original work on the True-Life Adventure series.

Films
September | Sat & Sun: 1pm & 4 pm
No 1pm screening Saturday, September 28

This month, we are screening two Academy Award ®-winners from Walt Disney’s True-Life Adventures series. First, explore the world of Alaskan wildlife in Seal Island (1949), directed by Disney Legend James Algar. Then, be sure to stick around for Ben Sharpsteen’s Water Birds (1952) and experience the