Having had so much exposure to Disneyland and many, many Disney movies was a great advantage because they were excited to see characters and costumes that they recognized. Most all of the items were displayed low enough that I didn’t have to pick them up to see, which I really appreciated. Emma’s favorite were the Cinderella, Snow White, and Sleeping Beauty prop books (the ones shown at the beginning of the movies), and Evan’s favorite was the Captain Rex prop from the original Star Tours ride. I loved seeing all of the amazing costumes and replica of Walt Disney’s office.
|Emma, Evan & the dragon from Fantasmic!|
|Captain Rex from the Star Tours ride|
|Cruela De Vil costume worn by Glenn Close|
|Elizabeth Swann & Jack Sparrow costumes|
|Book prop featured in the opening credits of Cinderella|
|Book prop featured in the opening credits of Snow White|
|Book prop featured in the opening credits of Sleeping Beauty|
If you’re a Disney fan, history buff, or simply want to take a little weekend road trip; look no further than the Reagan Library. There are only two weekends left before the Treasures of the Walt Disney Archives exhibit closes (April 30th), making this weekend a great time to visit!!