Walt Disney: One Man's Dream
Walt Disney: One Man's Dream is an exhibit that was installed for the 100 Years of Magic celebration honoring Walt Disney's 100th birthday. The outer part of the exhibit is a collection of rare memorabilia from throughout Walt Disney's life (including his office, which was moved from Disneyland to be part of this exhibit). Recent additions include the actual Abraham Lincoln audioanimatronic used at the 1964 World's Fair as well as an original "it's a small world" model. After viewing this area, guests can move into the theater for a 15-minute film on Walt Disney's life hosted by Julie Andrews.
- Location: At the right end of Mickey Avenue, just before Voyage of the Little Mermaid.
- Date Opened: October 1, 2001
- Capacity: 200 people per showing of the film.
- # of Shows: Continuous through the day, approximately every 15 minutes.
- Characters: No
- Photos and Autographs: No
- Wait Times: The exhibit rarely has any kind of line or crowding for the film portion of the exhibit.
- Length of Show: Self guided; 30 minutes
- FastPass: No
- Queue Description: None
- Health Restriction: None
- Ride Access: The exhibit area and theater are wheelchair accessible.
- Wheelchair Transfer: Not necessary
- Service Animals: Yes
- Audio: Assistive listening devices are available from Guest Services.
- Weight and Size Issues:
- Height Restriction: None
- Child Swap: No
- Other Issues: None
- At this location: Prior to being used for this exhibit, the theater here was used to show "making of" films for the various movies released under the Disney or Touchstone Pictures labels.
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