Disney enthusiasts can now rejoice as the highly anticipated exhibit has finally arrived in Chicago. It has taken over an impressive 20,000 square feet of space, showcasing original costumes, props, and mesmerizing visuals that even the most devoted Disney fans haven’t encountered before while celebrating 100 years of The Walt Disney Company.
Disney100: The Exhibition is situated within the expansive Exhibition Hub Art Center Chicago at 2367 W. Logan Boulevard. Within these magical walls of the former Windy City Fieldhouse, guests will discover a treasure trove of original costumes, props, and mesmerizing visuals that will delight even the most devoted Disney enthusiasts.
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We’re excited that The Walt Disney Company chose Chicago to celebrate its 100-year anniversary, and at this enchanting exhibit, prepare to get a closer look at everything from your favorite classic tales alongside newer additions to the Disney family, including Pixar, Star Wars, and MARVEL.Did you get your tickets to Disney100: The Exhibition as yet?
Disney’s powerful storytelling over the past century takes center stage at this exhibition, a collaboration between the Walt Disney Archives and Semmel Exhibitions. Visitors have the opportunity to journey through ten themed spaces, encountering over 250 rarely-seen memorabilia and artifacts.
At the exhibit, you can see the beloved carousel horse from Mary Poppins (1964) or get a closer look at Iron Man’s mask from Iron Man (2008). Get your tickets to Disney100: The Exhibition to see your favorite Disney films in a whole new way!
Disney100: The Exhibition is a must-see for fans of all ages! Not only will you get a behind-the-scenes look at your favorite movies and characters, but there are also plenty of photo opportunities you won’t want to miss. Pose with the ‘Incredibles Family’ from Disney and Pixar’s The Incredibles (2004), or snap a photo with your favorite Disney characters, including Mickey, Goofy, or Dopey, one of the titular dwarfs from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937).
Disney100: The Exhibition has received 5 star reviews from guests that have already enjoyed it!
MJ – “From someone who gets emotional diving into the history of the parks and was a former Walt Disney World cast member, this is the piece of “home” I needed here at home. Thank you!”
Amanda B. – “Wonderful experience! The crowd control was great and the exhibit was interactive and engaging.”
Joanne T. – “An amazing display of Disney! Even though I know a lot about it, this was so well done, with interactive features, photo ops, showcasing the importance of music, colors, and character personalities to Walt. It was great.”