The global health crisis has been a challenge for the travel industry, particularly for Disney, which operates theme parks around the world.
And although Disneyland still remains closed for the time being, one Disney-related attraction in California will reopen soon.
That attraction is the Walt Disney Family Museum in San Francisco. The museum is dedicated to the life and legacy of Walt Disney and features exhibitions dedicated to his achievements.
The museum also has the numerous awards Disney won over his long career, including his Presidential Medal of Freedom, along with ten permanent galleries that walk guests through Walt’s life and death. The museum also houses parts of the ridable train he built in his backyard.
The Museum will reopen on November 5th and will be open from Thursdays through Sundays from 10AM to 5:30PM. Guests must secure tickets in advance here (the museum will have limited capacity), and face coverings are required for everyone over three years of age.
The museum has also put other health and safety guidelines into place, such as markers for social distancing. For Disney fans looking to do something in California, the Walt Disney Family Museum might just be the little bit of Disney magic they seek.
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