Open to museum visitors and the public, the museum cafe offers assorted pastries and coffee for breakfast, a seasonal lunch menu of from-scratch soups, salads, and sandwiches, afternoon snacks, and a full beverage menu from Bon Appétit Management Company. Dine indoors or enjoy the view from the patio overlooking the lawn on the Presidio’s Main Parade Ground.
The cafe is open daily, 10 am to 5 pm, except Tuesdays. The museum and café are closed every Tuesday, Thanksgiving Day, December 25, and January 1.
Accessibility accommodations benefit people of all abilities. Join us as we discuss leading educational practices for people with disabilities and the museum’s newest accessibility offerings, including our newly-launched Touch Tour presented by Carbon for the visually impaired.
San Francisco, CA — The Walt Disney Family Museum is pleased to announce its fifth Community Outreach Exhibition, Healing In Color, showcasing artworks created by children receiving cancer treatment at two Bay Area hospitals. Walt Disney once said that “fantasy and reality often overlap.” The young
This June, we present Nathan Greno and Byron Howard’s dreamy adventure film Tangled (2010). Follow Rapunzel, a girl with magical, miraculously-long golden hair, as she escapes from her isolated tower into the outside world she was raised to fear. Featuring the voice talents of Mandy Moore, Zachary
When Jim Henson’s epic fantasy film The Dark Crystal was released in 1982, audiences marveled at the stunning artistry of the film, as well as its incredible puppets perfected by its iconic creator. A mere 37 years after its release, Netflix premiered a new prequel series, The Dark Crystal: Age of
Dive into a picture book about a kitten named Daisy who tells her mom an imaginative story about the origin of a blue spot on her new white dress. Read aloud by Author and Illustrator Griselda Sastrawinata-Lemay, a visual development artist on Moana (2016) and Frozen II (2019), this family-friendly
San Francisco, November 11, 2019—The Walt Disney Family Museum in San Francisco, California presents The Walt Disney Studios and World War II, a remembrance of The Walt Disney Studios’ extensive contributions to the Allies’ World War II effort. Curated by World War II historian Kent Ramsey, this
We are committed to making the museum more accessible to all of our visitors by providing resources that will enhance each person's visit. When borrowing our complimentary resources, you will be asked to leave a photo ID with staff for the duration of your rental as collateral. If you have any questions, please call 415.345.6824.
Back by popular demand, Ron Diamond, Curator and Producer of The Animation Show of Shows, will host his exclusive Oscar® Showcase Tour of Academy Award®-nominated animated short films at The Walt Disney Family Museum. Join us to view this year’s nominated films and hear about the making of these
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Inspired by Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937), Cinderella (1950), and Sleeping Beauty (1959), Enchanted (2007) follows Giselle, played by Academy Award®-nominee Amy Adams, as she is transported by the evil Queen Narissa, played by Academy Award-winner Susan Sarandon, from the animated kingdom
Through a guided tour of the museum galleries, students gain a better understanding of significant women in Disney history. Students will participate in group discussions to promote feminist perspectives and critical thinking. During the workshop, the students will ink and paint a cel, a job done
In 1951—four years before the grand opening of Disneyland—a man named Harper Goff browsed the shelves of Bassett-Lowke, a miniature train store in central London. When a particular antique train took Goff’s eye, he was told that it had been promised to someone else. “I found one,” Goff later remembered, “and the man said ‘There’s a gentleman coming in this evening who’s shown some interest in that…’”
The gentleman in question was Walt Disney. When Walt returned to the store later that day to
During Open Studio this month, we created a collective storyboard outlining some of the key plot moments from the story Peter Pan. A storyboard can be made fairly simply at home using easy-to-find materials. In addition to helping outline a story, storyboards can be used to organize ideas for an essay, a website, a theme park attraction, or a video game. Click through for instructions on how to create your very own original storyboard.
Walt made thirteen nature films in the 1950s known as the True-Life Adventures series. Eight of them won Academy Awards®. They were shown in public schools for decades and—judging by correspondence that is in the Walt Disney Archives in Burbank—many young people went into the forestry service and related fields due to the influence of these films...
The Walt Disney Family Museum celebrates the 2013 Academy Awards season with recently compiled fun facts about the legendary Oscars® and Walt Disney. Twenty-six of these famed Awards are on view at the Museum including the celebrated Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Oscar which is on exhibit through April 14, 2013 in the special exhibition, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: The Creation of a Classic.