Rockwell Group created an environment through which Walt Disney's story could be told. Visitors to the museum experience a creative journey through the tools most important to Walt Disney's legacy: art, music and technology.
How do you tell the story of the most renowned storyteller of the 20th century?
“What if Walt Disney's own voice could tell the story?”
Visitors view home movies and hear from Walt himself in a listening station devoted to his family.
Twenty vintage televisions show archival film clips.
Through educational experiences and archival materials, visitors are presented with the stories behind some of Walt Disney’s most familiar characters.
A display case shows the earliest iterations of Mickey Mouse merchandise.
Video monitors embedded in the wall help the drawing come to life.
The museum peels back layers of storytelling and creative spark.
Hundreds of drawings and stills from the making of Steamboat Willie show the work required to produce mere seconds of animation.
A 164-foot spiral ramp leads visitors through the museum.
Personal stories from Walt Disney’s life add another dimension to the museum.
A replica of the kind of ambulance Walt Disney drove for the Red Cross in World I.
Views of San Francisco Bay complement an installation of the many documentaries Walt produced.
A scale model of Disneyland as Walt Disney envisioned it.