If you just can't afford that magical vacation to Orlando, Florida to see a famous mouse that's okay. The Magical World of Disney will be making its way to the Show-Me State in 2024.

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As the celebration of 100 years continues, the Disney100 Exhibition opens in May of 2024 and gives fans a chance to get up close and personal with some of the best Disney items. Props from movies, costumes, and how one little boy had a dream and turned it into reality.

Featuring the latest members of the Disney family (Pixar, Star Wars, and MARVEL) along with renowned classics like Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937) and recent releases such as Encanto (2021), this incredible celebration of all things Disney has something for everyone.

The exhibition will located at Union Station in Kansas City from May 24 - 27, so not long, and tickets are on sale now. My family and I have yet to visit Disney, but we are hoping to get here soon. If you are like us this could be something to visit and see how the magic of Disney was created and how it keeps going 100 years later. I love that it is a mix of old Disney and new Disney and everything that the company has gained in the 100 years. Such as the Star Wars franchise and MARVEL, plus everything Pixar. If you're any type of Disney fan you will not want to miss this exhibition.

On your way to Kansas City, stop by Marceline Missouri, and check out the Walt Disney Museum where he used to live as a child.

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