The Walt Disney Family Museum is closing once again as San Francisco shifts to the purple tier of California’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy.

Photo Source: WaltDisney.org

Photo Source: WaltDisney.org

What’s Happening:

  • The Walt Disney Family Museum is once again closing its doors on Sunday, November 29th, following an increase in Coronavirus cases in San Francisco.
  • Because San Francisco has moved to the highest tier in California’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy (purple), non-essential indoor businesses must close.
  • The museum reopened to visitors on November 5th with a new reservation system, reduced capacity, and reduced operating days. You can learn more about the Walt Disney Family Museum’s reopening policies here.
  • Laughing Place Co-Founder Rebekah visited the museum on opening day and provided a wonderful recap with her son Giddeon. Click here to see the full story.
  • A new special exhibit was scheduled to open on December 3rd in the Diane Disney Miller Exhibit Hall called “The Walt Disney Studios and World War II.”
  • Visitors who pre-purchased tickets for an upcoming visit will be automatically refunded within 10 business days, but also have the option of converting it into a tax-deductible donation to the museum by emailing [email protected]
  • While the Walt Disney Family Museum is closing its doors again, they will continue to offer virtual programming, including the upcoming week-long celebration of Walt Disney’s birthday.

What They’re Saying:

  • Executive Director Kirsten Komoroske: “We continue to remain deeply committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for our visitors and staff. I am grateful for the generous support that we have received from our community, and I look forward to welcoming you back to the museum when we are permitted to reopen.”