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"One Man's Dream" is a unique collection of memorabilia and exhibits which celebrate the life of Walter E Disney. Guests can view artifacts from Walt's life, the company he founded and of course, the legacies he left behind.

Throughout the gallery, scenic pieces and props create an experiential trip through each era of Disney’s life, beginning with a brief look at Disney’s early years, from his birth in Chicago and his formative years in Marceline, Mo., a period that was crucial to his development as an artist and storyteller. Throughout, “connection cards” thread the stories of his creations, from boyhood dreams to reality.

And in one of the attraction’s most exciting features, Walt Disney himself talks about the most meaningful and emotional moments of his life through a rare collection of audio interviews, many heard publicly for the first time, which are triggered when guests approach the various sections of the gallery.

The attraction includes a short film of Walt Disney’s life that explores the extraordinary hardships he overcame to achieve what he did in his lifetime.

About this Attraction

Location: Pixar Place, Disney's Hollywood Studios

Type: Self-guided tour

Duration: self-guided

Fastpass: No

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Best time to visit: Anytime

Tips & Fun Facts

If you're short on time, you might want to walk through and view the exhibits, leaving the 15 minute film presentation for another visit. It'll likely take a couple of visits to see the almost 400 items on display.

This attraction marks the first time the fabled Walt Disney Company Archives were opened up and put on public display.
One Mans Dream opened as part of Walt Disney's 100 years of magic celebrations, debuting in October 1st 2001.

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Guests may remain in their Wheelchair/ECV or motorized scooter to experience the attraction/entertainment.

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