Disney Exhibit Coming To Philly’s Franklin Institute In Early 2023

PHILADELPHIA — After internet hosting the über widespread Harry Potter exhibit, Philadelphia’s Franklin Institute is gearing as much as host one other main attraction: Disney 100.

The new exhibit celebrates the 100-year anniversary of the Walt Disney Company.

Guests will discover a vault of treasures, showcasing a whole bunch of extraordinary objects, together with Disney’s “Crown Jewels” – greater than 250 rarely-seen unique artworks and artifacts, costumes and props, and different memorabilia.

Exclusive to this exhibition, Disney has curated particular behind-the-scenes glimpses into the creation of the most well-liked characters, movies, exhibits, and points of interest – from Disneyland to Walt Disney World and past.

The ten themed galleries, with tales, interactive installations, and background info, will take guests on a journey by means of 100 years of The Walt Disney Company, celebrating the classics from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs to Strange World, in addition to the newest members of the Disney household – Pixar, Star Wars, Marvel and National Geographic.

“As we prepare to kick off Disney 100 Years of Wonder, we are incredibly excited to bring this fantastic exhibition to life,” stated Becky Cline, director, Walt Disney Archives. “We can’t wait for guests to experience their favorite Disney stories, characters, and attractions in new and immersive ways as we celebrate all the wonderful worlds of Disney.”

“The Franklin Institute is thrilled to host Disney100: The Exhibition, the first major event to mark the global celebration of Disney’s 100 years, allowing fans throughout the Philadelphia region and beyond the very first opportunity to see these crown jewels come to life in beautifully crafted galleries reflecting the creative empire synonymous with imaginative storytelling, innovation, discovery, and wonder,” President and CEO of The Franklin Institute Larry Dubinski stated.

A date for ticket gross sales has not been introduced but.

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