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Enjoy screenings of classic Disney films in our Fantasia-themed theater. Film tickets are sold on a first-come, first-served basis and must be purchased in-person at the Ticket Desk on the day of your visit. Please check our calendar on the day of your visit for the most up-to-date schedule, exceptions, and pricing. See a schedule of our upcoming films in list form here

Through in-depth and engaging outreach programming, we serve the Bay Area and continue our history of programming with our community—rather than for it.

Take part in one of our workshops, all of which focus on various aspects of Walt’s legacy, including animation, storytelling, and innovation. 

Posted on Tue, 02/21/2012 - 06:00
In the December 1959 issue of Wisdom magazine, Walt Disney is quoted as saying: “Animals have personalities like people and must be studied. The spontaneity of the animal—you find it in small children, but it’s gradually trained out of them.”
Talks
Thu, Apr 30 | Noon PT

In keeping with our mission, we continue to find new and unique ways to connect to our audience virtually. We are thrilled to announce our new three-part Virtual Spotlight Talk series, Wonderful World of Women. Hosted via Facebook Live, a Storyteller tour guide will share the stories of important

Talks
Tue, Apr 28 | Noon PT

In keeping with our mission, we continue to find new and unique ways to connect to our audience virtually. We are thrilled to announce our new three-part Virtual Spotlight Talk series, Wonderful World of Women. Hosted via Facebook Live, a Storyteller tour guide will share the stories of important

Talks
Thu, Apr 23 | Noon PT

In keeping with our mission, we continue to find new and unique ways to connect to our audience virtually. We are thrilled to announce our new three-part Virtual Spotlight Talk series, Wonderful World of Women. Hosted via Facebook Live, a Storyteller tour guide will share the stories of important

Classes
Every Sat, Apr 18–May 9 | 10:30–11:30am

Join us for this four-week class as we explore what it takes to create a well-developed character. Learn more about character styling by studying designs that center around theme, environment, and time period. Learn how to use proportion, silhouette, and shape language as well as experimenting with

Classes
Every Sat, Apr 18–May 9 | 1:30–2:30pm

Join us for this four-week class as we explore what it takes to create a well-developed character. Learn more about character styling by studying designs that center around theme, environment, and time period. Learn how to use proportion, silhouette, and shape language as well as experimenting with

Talks
Wed, Apr 22 | 5:30pm

The Walt Disney Family Museum is excited to invite you to join Disney Directors Brenda Chapman and Kevin Lima for the museum’s third installment of Happily Ever After Hours. From the comfort of your home, join Chapman and Lima for stories about their past Disney projects, including Beauty and the

Meador
Posted on Wed, 10/11/2017 - 16:17
Joshua Meador (1911-1965) had two careers: he is best known for his special animation effects work at The Walt Disney Studios for nearly 30 years and, away from Disney, he established himself as a major California landscape painter.
Talks
Fri, Apr 17 | 5:30pm

The Walt Disney Family Museum is excited to invite you to join Muppeteer Dave Goelz for the second installment of the museum’s newest virtual series, Happily Ever After Hours. From the comfort of your home, join Goelz for stories about his work on hundreds of Jim Henson productions and what it was

Posted on Mon, 04/13/2020 - 12:59

In February, The Walt Disney Family Museum closed the popular and beloved exhibition, Mickey Mouse: From Walt to the World. After its final close, the Collections and Exhibitions team began deinstalling the exhibition. When objects are slated for removal from an exhibition, they are carefully removed and either returned to their original storage location or sent back to their lender. With the unique Carousel Mickey—created by Henry De Vos circa 1930—there was more work needed to securely

Talks
Wed, Apr 15 | 5:30pm

The Walt Disney Family Museum is excited to invite you to join Imagineer and Disney Legend Bob Gurr for the museum’s first virtual Happily Ever After Hours. From the comfort of your home, join Gurr for stories about his love of trains, his work at the Disney Parks, and his memories of Walt Disney.

Talks
Fri, Apr 24 | 5:30pm

The Walt Disney Family Museum is excited to invite you to join Composer and Conductor Fabrizio Mancinelli for the fourth installment of the museum’s newest virtual series, Happily Ever After Hours. From the comfort of your home, join Mancinelli as he discusses his process for composing films, his

General Admission

Adults

$25 Buy Tickets

Seniors (ages 65+)

$20 Buy Tickets

Students (with valid ID) 

$20 Buy Tickets

Youth (ages 6–17)

$15 Buy Tickets
Children (ages 5 & under) FREE Visit Ticket Desk for day-of ticket. 

Military Personnel 
(with valid ID; see below for additional information)

FREE Visit Ticket Desk for day-of ticket. 
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CityPASS
Save 45% on combined attraction admission to The Walt Disney Family Museum and 3 other top San Francisco attractions

Adult (ages 12+) $76 Buy CityPASS
Child (ages 4–11) $56 Buy CityPASS
 

Add-Ons:

Film Screenings

FREE for members | $5 or film voucher for member guests

Add-on: $5 with general admission purchase

Film Only: $10 adult | $8 senior, student & youth
FREE for children

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Museum hours are 10am to 6pm with last entry at 4:45pm; the museum is open daily, except on Tuesdays, January 1, Thanksgiving Day, and December 25. For further information about our hours or admission prices, please contact Ticket Desk at 415.345.6843. Operating hours are subject to change, please check our calendar prior to planning your visit.

Films
March | Daily, except Tuesdays | 2 pm

In honor of Women’s History Month, join us for a screening of Nancy Meyers’ directorial debut, The Parent Trap (1998), as we pay homage to the many women who have contributed to making The Walt Disney Studios what it is today. Based on the 1961 Disney classic of the same name, The Parent Trap tells

Classes
Every Sun, Jan 26–Mar 15 | 1–4pm

Join us for an 8-week course inspired by drawing class methods used in the animation industry, crafted to cover the basic fundamentals of drawing and design. Students will learn introductory concepts about shape, shadow and lighting, drapery drawing studies, and still life.

This class is a

Classes
Every Sun, Jan 26–Mar 15 | 10am–noon

Walt Disney’s journey into the field of animation began with the stop-motion method using paper cutouts. Learn techniques to create your own set for stop-motion animation in this class. You will design concept art for an environment, illustrate a blueprint, construct a prototype and final set, and