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Venue Rentals at The Walt Disney Family Museum

One of the Bay Area's most inspirational event and meeting venues

Sponsored by The Walt Disney Family Museum

Located in the Presidio of San Francisco, The Walt Disney Family Museum is one of the Bay Area’s most inspirational event and meeting venues. The breathtaking backdrop of the Golden Gate Bridge, coupled with the natural beauty of the surroundings, immerse this unique venue in the charm of San Francisco.

The centerpiece of the museum's facilities is a former army barracks at 104 Montgomery St., originally built in 1897 and redesigned and upgraded by architecture firm Page & Turnbull of San Francisco, with interior architecture and installations designed by the Rockwell Group. The museum uses the building's original domestic-scale rooms to frame the story of Walt Disney's life and incorporates a wide range of materials and technologies, from historic documents and artifacts, to listening stations and other interactive displays, to more than 200 video monitors. In addition to the galleries, the museum offers three event spaces for private venue rentals that include: The Awards Lobby, The Lower Lobby and a 114-seat Fantasia-inspired screening facility.

The 2,000-square-foot Diane Disney Miller Exhibition Hall, dedicated in 2014 to the memory of Disney's daughter and now used to house the rotation of special exhibitions, is another impactful space that is available. The main building was constructed in 1908 and originally served as a gymnasium and post exchange, before conversion into separate reading and game rooms, billiard hall, library and more by 1941.

Meetings and events can be customized to include any or all of the spaces in The Walt Disney Family Museum to make your event a truly memorable and remarkable experience. Event spaces are available for rental daily at 6:30 p.m. or anytime on Tuesdays, when the museum is closed to the public.

For additional information and pricing please visit The Walt Disney Family Museum online, or contact the museum at 415-345-6827 or