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Walt Disney's The Jungle Book: Making a Masterpiece

Walt Disney's The Jungle Book: Making a Masterpiece
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Youth (ages 6–17)

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Children (ages 5 & under)

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General admission is free year-round for active, retired, and veteran military personnel, as well as their spouses and dependents with valid ID. The Blue Star Museums program also grants free general admission to active-duty military personnel and up to five family members with valid ID between Armed Forces Day and Labor Day. Please note: Admission to special exhibitions is not included in general admission.

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First Guest: FREE

Additional Guests: Varies by membership level

First Guest: $15

Additional Guests: Varies by membership level

First Guest: $15

Additional Guests: Varies by membership level

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Save 45% on combined attraction admission to The Walt Disney Family Museum and 3 other top San Francisco attractions

Adult (ages 12+) $76 Learn More
Child (ages 4–11) $56 Learn More
 

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Film Screenings

FREE for members
$10 adults, seniors, and students | $8 youth
$5 with general admission or a member guest
FREE for children ages 5 and under

Please note: Masks and proof of vaccination are required to attend in-person programming in our theater, including film screenings. Proof of vaccination is not required to visit the museum galleries. Please visit our Welcome Back page for more information.

Museum hours are 10am to 5:30pm with last entry at 4:30pm; the museum is open Thursday–Sunday, closed Monday–Wednesday, January 1, Thanksgiving Day, and December 25. For further information about our hours or admission prices, please contact Ticket Desk at 415.345.6800. Operating hours are subject to change, please check our calendar prior to planning your visit.

Go SF and CityPASS: Advanced reservations are not required for Go SF or CityPASS ticket holders. Upon arrival at the museum, simply present your Go SF ticket or CityPASS ticket at the main entrance to receive the next available admission time. Please note, you may experience a minimal wait and we apologize in advance for any inconvenience. Go SF and CityPASS tickets do not include special exhibitions or film screenings.

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Classes
Mon–Fri, Jun 20–Jul 1 | 9am–3pm

In this two-week class, be prepared to reimagine ideas and designs as you learn what it takes to be an animator. Using animation principles and paper cut-outs, various methods and practices will be explored. After multiple animation samples, students will then use their new skills to create a unique

Classes
Mon–Fri, Jun 6–17 | 9am–3pm

Story is the foundation of every great book or film.


Imagine the reluctant hero of your own design journeying off into a world of unknown trials and tribulations. Will they choose the trail into the dark woods or the road leading to a small town? As the storyteller and illustrator, you make the

Classes
Tue–Fri, Jul 5–8 & Mon–Fri, Jul 11–Jul 15 | 9am–3pm

Please note: Due to the holiday, this class begins on Tuesday, July 5.


In this two-week class, students examine how drawings and story come together in the artform of comics. Join us as we explore the history of comics, visual storytelling, characters, and the craft of silent comics. Students

Classes
Mon–Fri, Jul 18–29 | 9am–3pm

Join us for this two-week intensive class focusing on 2D digital animation techniques, principles, and software. Students will then create their own short film using storyboards, animatics, and original characters.

Classes
Mon–Fri, Jul 18–Jul 29 | 9am–3pm

Whether adapting from book to film, comic to television series, or somewhere in between, the art of adapting material for a new medium is both exciting and hard work. In this two-week summer class, students explore the process of adaptation through books, film, and poetry, then reimagine and develop

Classes
Mon–Fri, Jun 20–Jul 1 | 9am–3pm

Take the first step on an incredible two-week journey as we look at what it means to be a young woman in animation. Students will design their own female lead character while studying narrative structure, fairy tales, reexamining tropes, and stereotypes in animated films. After developing concept

Classes
Tue–Fri, Jul 5–8 & Mon–Fri, Jul 11–15 | 9am–3pm

Please note: Due to the holiday, this class begins on Tuesday, July 5.


Television shows made for streaming services are more prominent now than they have ever been. Whether audiences follow their favorite characters over a few hours or many years, the idea for a television series can be just as

Films
Sat & Sun, May 7–29 | 11am

In May, we celebrate Asian American, Native Hawaiian, Pacific Islander Heritage Month to honor the history, achievements, and contributions of these peoples and communities to the world. Join us for a special month-long screening of Mulan (1998), the beloved retelling of a classic Chinese tale of

Classes
Mon–Fri, Jun 6–17 | 9am–3pm

At the heart of every great artist is a strong foundation of skills to take their ideas and turn the imaginary into reality. Join us this summer for a two-week class focusing on the fundamentals of drawing human beings. We will look at bone and muscle structure, how to accurately draw faces, and

Talks Virtual
Sat, May 14 | 11am PT

Join us as author Adrea Theodore reads her book A History of Me, a heartfelt story of a young girl reflecting on her family history. Based on her and her daughter’s experiences, A History of Me shows young people how to form their own positive self-image, despite what others might think of them.

Apr 22–Oct 16, 2022

The Walt Disney Family Museum is pleased to debut its first Cause Awareness exhibition, Creative Conservation: The Art of Endangered Animals. Presented in conjunction with Walt Disney’s The Jungle Book: Making a Masterpiece, this original exhibition features painted creations by rescued and

Talks Virtual
Wed, Apr 27 | 5:30pm PT

Join us for an inside look at the making of Disney and Pixar’s transformational latest feature film, Turning Red (2022), with Production Designer Rona Liu, Visual Effect Supervisor Danielle Feinberg, and Animation Supervisors Patty Kihm and Aaron Hartline.

Department: Guest Operations                  Location: San Francisco         
Reports to: Guest Experience Manager    Status: Full-Time        
Date: Starting ASAP                                    Hours: Thursday-Sunday
FLSA Code: Non-Exempt                                        (9:30am–5:30pm)
Hourly Rate: $20/hour                                Benefits: Eligible

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Admission

Before your visit, find out more information about our ticketing policies, pricing, and procedures as well as our spotlighted travel partners, which offer discounts for other San Francisco-based attractions. 

Visitor Information

Planning a visit? Please be sure to familiarize yourself with our museum policies and amenities, so that we can help you make the most of your time—and add a dash of magic to your day. 

Accessibility

We are committed to making the museum more accessible to all of our visitors by providing resources that will enhance each person's visit. Please explore our accessibility resources before visiting us, and let us know what we can do to make your visit more enjoyable. 

Groups

Visiting with a larger party? Discover if booking a self-guided group visit, school experience, or guided tour makes sense for your visit, and familiarize yourself with our group rates, guidelines, policies, and FAQ. 

Transportation

Plan your route by car, bus, or bicycle to the museum, which is located at 104 Montgomery Street in the historic Presidio of San Francisco. 

Venue Rentals

Located in the Presidio of San Francisco, The Walt Disney Family Museum is one of the Bay Area’s most memorable event and meeting venues. Explore the unique opportunity to host your custom gathering with us by contacting our Events Team today. 

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The Walt Disney Family Museum is proud to call San Francisco's historic Presidio home. Visit our About page to learn more about the history of our museum buildings. For more information about restaurants, amenities, trails, transportation, and more, visit the Presidio’s newly-renovated William Penn Mott, Jr. Presidio Visitor Center, located just down the street from the museum on Lincoln Boulevard, and adjacent to the Presidio Transit Center. Additionally, explore the Presidio’s website to learn more before visiting the park. 

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The Museum Store offers an abundance of Disney-themed gifts, apparel, books, postcards, exclusive pins, and more. Be sure to stop by during your visit as our selection of items is constantly changing to correlate with the special exhibitions and programs that occur at the museum.

The Museum Store is open to the public Thursday–Sunday from 10am–5:30pm. For other ways to shop—online or by phone—visit waltdisney.org/store.

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We are committed to making the museum more accessible to all of our visitors by providing resources that will enhance each person's visit.

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