The Youth Center – Invest in a Child Auction May 2019
Auction Ends: May 26, 2019 10:00 PM PDT

Memorabilia

Four General Admission Tickets to The Walt Disney Family Museum - San Francisco, CA

Item Number
119
Estimated Value
$100 USD
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$33 USD to Mr_Tapatio
Number of Bids
1  -  Bid History

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Item Description

You are bidding for Four General Admission Tickets to The Walt Disney Family Museum in San Francisco, CA! 

THE MAN

Beyond his countless achievements, there was Walt: the loving son, brother, husband, and simply “Daddy” to his girls. Above all, family came first. With strong family ties and a harmonious home life, he dared to dream, create, and explore throughout his career.

HIS STORIES 

Down on his luck with only $40 in his pocket, Walt set off from Missouri for Hollywood. With success came setbacks. Walt lost the rights to his first animated star, Oswald the Lucky Rabbit. Determined not to give up, he started sketching an idea that would later become the beloved Mickey Mouse.

HIS WORK 

From animated shorts to live-action features and all things in between, the breadth of Walt’s cinematic achievements will likely never be surpassed. A man of many titles—innovator, storyteller, entertainer—Walt was one of the most prolific filmmakers in history.

HIS INNOVATIONS

From animated shorts to live-action features and all things in between, the breadth of Walt’s cinematic achievements will likely never be surpassed. A man of many titles—innovator, storyteller, entertainer—Walt was one of the most prolific filmmakers in history.

THE GALLERIES 

GALLERY 1: EARLY BEGINNINGS

Walt Disney was destined to delight the world. His fondest boyhood memories included life on the family farm in Marceline, Missouri. Early influences from his time in the Midwest and France would set his career path. 

GALLERY 2: THE MOVE TO HOLLYWOOD

Walt landed his first major contract, opened a new studio, and fell in love with an inker. A sudden turn of events would spark the idea for Mickey Mouse. 

GALLERY 3: EXPLORING NEW HORIZONS

Experiments with sound, imagery, and personality animation led to a creative revolution in art and technology. While the Walt Disney Studios developed, Walt embraced the exciting new role of father. 

GALLERY 4: THE TRANSITION INTO FEATURES 

 

Walt pushed the limits with his first feature-length animated film. Four years in the making, the financial risk paid off. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs captured hearths worldwide and silenced industry skeptics. 

GALLERY 5: NEW SUCCESS AND GREATER AMBITIONS

In his newly constructed Burbank studio, Walt came up with novel production techniques that made Bambi and his forest friends look convincing, brought Pinocchio to life, and stirred the imagination and senses with Fantasia

GALLERY 6: PATRIOTIC CONTRIBUTIONS

Walt immersed himself in the storytelling of Dumbo and a Good Neighbor tour of Latin America. Soon after, America was pulled into World War 2. 

GALLERY 7: POSTWAR REBUILDING 

While delighting audiences with even more imaginative ways to present stories, Walt crossed over to the world of live-action features, including the classic tale 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea

GALLERY 8: Walt and the Natural World

Walt blazed a trail into the wilderness with what began as an experiment and blossomed into the True-Life Adventures documentary series, which took moviegoers up close and personal with nature. 

GALLERY 9: DISNEYLAND AND BEYOND

Walt went beyond the big screen and turned his dream of Disneyland into a reality, entertained families at home on televisions across America, and laid out on an "Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow," whic he called EPCOT-his concept of everyday life in the future. 

GALLERY 10: REMEMBERING WALT DISNEY 

Walt was one of a kind. His imagination not only transformed entertainment, but also inspired the world. Through his legacy of creativity and imagination, he will forever touch the lives of the young and the young at heart. 

 

LOCATION AND HOURS
104 Montgomery Street in the Presidio 

San Francisco, CA 94129

415.345.6800

Museum hours: 10am–6pm with last entry at 4:45pm.
Open daily, except on Tuesdays, January 1, Thanksgiving Day, and December 25.

Special Instructions

Shipping is 50 cents.