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Disney100: The Exhibition 's Seven Most Surprising & Magical Moments

February 18 - August 27, 2023

The House of Mouse rings in a century with this world-premiere, can't-miss exhibition...

Photo courtesy The Franklin Institute

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It’s a birthday party like no other on the planet: The Walt Disney Company is celebrating 100 years of making magic … right here in Philadelphia.

Get ready to see, hear and — most importantly — feel the magic of Disney during the world-premiere Disney100: The Exhibition at The Franklin Institute, running from February 18 to August 27, 2023 .

The massive exhibition is made up of 10 immersive galleries, each with a distinct theme relating to the history and inner-workings of the House of Mouse.

And more than 250 rare artifacts from The Walt Disney Archives (the company’s famous and mysterious “vault”) are on display.

A few of the “crown jewels” you’ll encounter: a story script page for Steamboat Willie (which marked Mickey’s iconic film debut in 1928), Bette Midler’s spellbook from Hocus Pocus (1993), and visual development artwork from iconic animated films like The Little Mermaid (1989), The Princess and the Frog (2009) and Frozen (2013).

Much like watching your favorite Disney flick over and over, there’s seemingly always something new to uncover as you view these rare artifacts and touch and tinker with dozens of interactive displays.


Come for Philadelphia. Stay (Over) for Philly.

The only way to fully experience Philly? Stay over.

Book the Visit Philly Overnight Package and get free hotel parking and choose-your-own-adventure perks, including tickets to Disney100: The Exhibition at The Franklin Institute.

Or maybe you’d prefer to buy two Philly hotel nights and get a third night for free? Then book the new Visit Philly 3-Day Stay package.

Which will you choose?


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