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Workshops
Sat, Nov 23 | 1–2:30pm

When Disneyland first opened, the tallest structure in the Park was the TWA Moonliner, a towering rocket that overlooked the Rocket to the Moon, Flight to the Moon, and later Mission to Mars theater attractions. This Tomorrowland icon represented a vision of a future where flying to the moon would

Workshops
Sat, Dec 7 | 10:30–noon

Walt Disney had a lifelong love of trains, as exemplified by the numerous locomotives that graced his films, Park, and television show, as well as his installation of a functioning miniature train at his home. Examine our model of Walt’s backyard railroad in the museum’s Gallery 9, and then join us

Workshops
Sat, Dec 7 | 1–2:30pm

Walt Disney had a lifelong love of trains, as exemplified by the numerous locomotives that graced his films, Park, and television show, as well as his installation of a functioning miniature train at his home. Examine our model of Walt’s backyard railroad in the museum’s Gallery 9, and then join us

Workshops
Sun, Dec 8 | 10:30am–12:30pm

Walt Disney’s love of trains led him to build a ridable miniature railway in his backyard: the Carolwood Pacific Railroad. Many parts of this model train, including the fully-decorated caboose, were handmade or assembled by Walt himself and is currently on display in the museum’s Gallery 9. Join us

Workshops
Sat, Dec 14 | 10:30–noon

Skiing was one of Walt’s favorite wintertime activities and, subsequently, one of the last projects he worked on was development of the Mineral King Ski Resort in land that eventually was annexed into California’s Sequoia National Park. Interested and inquisitive individuals can spy Walt’s skis

Workshops
Sat, Dec 14 | 1–2:30pm

Skiing was one of Walt’s favorite wintertime activities and, subsequently, one of the last projects he worked on was development of the Mineral King Ski Resort in land that eventually was annexed into California’s Sequoia National Park. Interested and inquisitive individuals can spy Walt’s skis

Workshops
Sat, Oct 12 | 1–2:30pm

The first fireworks show at Disneyland premiered in 1956, a year after the Park opened. This impressive spectacle delighted Guests of all ages and fireworks have since illuminated the skies above the Park for over sixty years. Learn about the history of Disneyland in the museum’s Gallery 9, and then

Workshops
Sat, Oct 12 | 10:30–noon

The first fireworks show at Disneyland premiered in 1956, a year after the Park opened. This impressive spectacle delighted Guests of all ages and fireworks have since illuminated the skies above the Park for over sixty years. Learn about the history of Disneyland in the museum’s Gallery 9, and then

Talks
Sat, Dec 14 | 1pm

A cultural icon, Mickey Mouse’s indomitable spirit and universal appeal has inspired unique fashion lines across the world for decades. In honor of his 90th birthday in 2018, many fashion companies such as Levi’s, Dooney & Bourke, Vans, Ray-Ban, and Coach chose to pay tribute to the mouse who

Talks
Sat, Nov 9 | 1pm

In 1964, Walt Disney and his Imagineers premiered the early phases of what would become classic Disneyland attractions at the 1964/65 New York World’s Fair. Walt’s sponsors at the Fair funded the development of major technical advancements such as Audio-Animatronics® technology and the PeopleMover s

Talks
Sat, Oct 26 | 1pm

As The Walt Disney Family Museum celebrates its 10th Anniversary, we are pleased to invite you to discover how Diane Disney Miller’s vision to turn a former military installation into a loving showcase of the real man behind the iconic mouse became reality, and how the museum has evolved during its

Talks
Sat, Oct 19 | 2pm

Join us as we take a rare look behind some of your favorite characters and highlight the Disney Legends who brought the magic to life. In honor of Home Movie Day® and in celebration of our 10th Anniversary, enjoy the Academy’s® Randy Haberkamp and Lynne Kirste showcasing Frank Thomas and Ward

Talks
Sat, Oct 19 | 11am

Join us as we celebrate Walt’s original Magic Kingdom on Home Movie Day® with Randy Haberkamp and Lynne Kirste of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences® along with some very special guests for a blast from the past. Enjoy live musical accompaniment to selections from the Academy Film

Workshops
Sat, Dec 14 | 10:30am–12:30pm

Walt Disney always encouraged his animators to remain lifelong students and continually improve their craft with every project. Bring your art and join us for this informative workshop about how to build a well-rounded portfolio or demo-reel and cater these items to the job or internship you want.

Classes
Every Wed, Oct 23–Dec 18 (No class Nov 27) | 4–6pm

Successful animators must always first have a comprehensive understanding of basic animation techniques and principles. This eight-week course focuses on one of these concepts in each class by working traditionally with pencil and paper. Budding animators develop a strong foundation, continue to

Classes
Every Sun, Nov 3–Dec 8 | 1–4pm

From the detailed background paintings of Sleeping Beauty (1959) to the immersive life-size lands of Disneyland, Walt Disney found many ways to visually display the worlds of his creations. In this class, learn about the process of developing an idea from concept sketches to completed pieces of art