So as some if you know, today was the "official" grand opening of the Walt Disney Family Museum in San Francisco. You were not permitted to take pictures unless you were part of the press, which we obviously weren't. So, I took a few pictures during the ribbon cutting and a few after that were also outside.
If anyone else has pictures that they'd like to post, feel free to on here. I know it's not much, but here are some pictures.
P.S I know that these pictures aren't the best quality, I took them from my phone.
The "ribbon" to be cut. It was supposed to be film on a film reel.
The press was ready.
The founding executive director of the museum, Richard Benefield, said a few words about the museum and then one of Walt's grandsons, Walter Disney Miller, said a few words as well.
Richard Benefield, Diane Disney, and Walter Disney miller stand together for a photo-op.
After the ribbon was cut.
A picture of Walt and a cut-out of Walt and Lilly...
People were reppin' their Disney pride
Me and WeWantsTheRedHead.
To sum up the museum, it was completely amazing. There were so many hands-on thing to do, there were tons of original drawings of Disney movies, Walt's early cartoons, videos, audio recordings, a few interactive games, and (probably my favorite part) the model of Disneyland in the 1960's the way that Walt would have wanted it. It was so detailed and beautifully put together, it was hard to leave!