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Disney 100: The Exhibition – A Celebration of Dreams and Imagination


Disney 100: The Exhibition, currently touring the world, is more than just a showcase of iconic characters and beloved films. It’s a captivating journey through the history of a global phenomenon, celebrating the impact of Walt Disney’s vision and the enduring power of storytelling.

The exhibition takes visitors on a chronological exploration of Disney’s legacy, from its humble beginnings in the early 20th century to its modern-day dominance in entertainment. Visitors can delve into the origins of Mickey Mouse, marvel at the artistry behind classic animated films like Snow White and Fantasia, and witness the evolution of Disney theme parks.

The exhibition goes beyond the familiar realm of Disney animation, showcasing the company’s vast and diverse contributions to film, television, music, and even technology. From the early days of live-action films like ‘The Three Musketeers to the groundbreaking CGI of ‘Avatar,’ the exhibition highlights Disney’s constant innovation and push for new frontiers.

Disney 100: The Exhibition’ is not just a passive viewing experience. Visitors can engage with interactive elements, such as recreating iconic scenes from their favourite movies, designing their own Disney characters, and learning about the creative process behind Disney’s storytelling magic.

For many, the exhibition offers a nostalgic trip down memory lane, rekindling childhood memories and celebrating the enduring impact of Disney on their lives. Whether it’s the iconic ‘it’s a small world’ music, the familiar voices of beloved characters, or the breathtaking artwork, the exhibition evokes a sense of wonder and enchantment.

The Exhibition’ is a must-see for Disney fans of all ages. It’s a captivating and immersive experience that celebrates the legacy of a true icon, reminding us of the magic that continues to inspire and enchant us all.

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