Calling all Disney enthusiasts! There’s no need to plan a trip to the Magic Kingdom this year because a massive 20,000-square-foot exhibition is coming to Chicago this November to delight Disney lovers of all ages.
Following successful debuts in cities like Philadelphia and Munich this year, and commemorating the 100th anniversary of The Walt Disney Company, Disney100: The Exhibition is celebrating a century of the famous brand with an unmissable exhibit in Chicago.
Fans will have the opportunity to see the ‘Crown Jewels’ of The Walt Disney Archives, including over 250 works of art, artifacts, costumes, props and other memorabilia. Secure your spot here!
Whether you’re a fan of the classics or the latest releases, there’s something for every Disney lover. Put on those iconic mouse ears and learn more about some of your favorite Disney films, from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937) to Encanto (2021), as well as the latest members of the Disney family, including Pixar, Star Wars, and MARVEL.
Grab your tickets now to see the magic when Disney100: The Exhibition comes to Chicago this November! Celebrate your favorite characters, films, stories and more!
Prepare to step into a truly magical world and delve into the Disney treasures like never before as this unique exhibition lands at the new Exhibition Hub Art Center Chicago at 2367 W. Logan Boulevard this fall.
What to expect at Disney100: The Exhibition
Discover works of art as you explore ten themed galleries, view exceptional costumes worn by some of your favorite Disney characters, and hear moving stories from your most treasured films. Delve deeper into artwork like never before at this unique experience once it opens in Chicago. Grab tickets here!
Some highlights of the exhibit include original artwork from the film One Hundred and One Dalmatians (1961), the snazzy red dress worn by Emma Stone in her role as the stylish Cruella de Vil in the Disney live-action movie Cruella (2021), and The Spirit of Adventure and Discovery gallery, where you can see Iron Man’s mask from the Iron Man (2008).
Don’t miss the ‘Where Do the Stories Come From?’ gallery, where you can actually see the carousel horse featured in the iconic Mary Poppins film from 1964 — a childhood favorite for people around the world, likely having you humming ‘supercalifragilisticexpialidocious’ to yourself in no time! Also, dive into learning more about the famous Disney Parks at Disney100: The Exhibition.
This Disney exhibit in Chicago promises to be absolutely enchanting, whether you’re a dedicated fan or simply enamored with the nostalgia. Fantastic backdrops for photo opportunities with beloved characters like Mickey, Goofy, and the Fairy Godmother from Cinderella (1950) will be available, so secure your spot and get your tickets now for this limited-time magical adventure in Chicago!