My husband and I recently visited this museum with my parents (who are seniors) and our two children (who are teenagers). It is a new museum in the beautifully restored Presidio. My father, husband and I enjoyed the exhibits and learning about Walt Disney's life. My mother and children became bored pretty quickly and wanted to leave half way through the exhibit. Although it is a new museum, the displays are set up in a very old-fashioned way with lots of text and things on the walls in glass cases. I think that the museum would be more appealing if there were areas that were more interactive. If I were designing this museum, I would put in areas for people to do interactive things that relate to Disney's life. I love to go to museums (and bring my children along) and they love when there are computers with games and simulations, areas to dress up, art stations, miniatures to manipulate, etc. The museum does show a Disney movie, but who wants to sit for an hour and a half? I think it would be better to show some of Disney's shorts (such as The Silly Symphonies or his Alice movies or even things from his Sunday evening shows or The Mickey Mouse Club) interspersed throughout to give people a break than to show one movie in the theater. We visit SF often and have done pretty much all of the other touristy things, so this was a nice change, but I doubt that we will go back.
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