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250+ magical
artifacts

100 Years
of history

14 Interactive
installations

Disney in London!

The Walt Disney Archives has opened its vault of treasures, showcasing hundreds of extraordinary objects, including many of Disney's “Crown Jewels” – more than 250 rarely-seen artefacts and works of art, costumes and props, and incredible memorabilia.

Ten imaginatively themed galleries showcasing renowned classics from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937) to Encanto (2021), including the latest members of the Disney family – Pixar, Star Wars and MARVEL!

A chance for families, children and loved ones to celebrate their love of Disney's most timeless stories!

Location

London ExCel

Royal Victoria Dock, 1 Western Gateway, London E16 1FR

Public Transport

Nearest Station: Custom House (ExCel) – station is fully accessible with lifts to take you from platform to bridge

Parking

Parking is available at ExCel. More information can be found here.

Venue Accessibility

More information on venue accessibility can be found here.

Opening hours

Doors close on June 21st

Monday – Thursday 9am – 6.30pm (Last session starts 4.30pm)
Friday and Saturday 9.00am – 8pm (Last session starts 6pm)
Sunday 9.00am – 6pm (Last session starts 4pm)
Extended Easter Holiday Hours
(March 29th – April 14th)
Monday – Sunday 9am – 8pm (Last session starts 6pm)
Monday,
Wednesday,
Thursday
10am – 6.30pm (Last session starts 4.30pm)
Friday 10am – 8pm (Last session starts 6pm)
Saturday 9am – 8pm (Last session starts 6pm)
Sunday 10am – 6pm (Last session starts 4pm)
Tuesday Closed
Extended May Half Term Hours
(May 27th – May 31st)
Monday – Sunday 9am – 8pm (Last session starts 6pm)
Can I make a group booking?

You can make a group booking for 5 to 20 or more by contacting exhibition@fkpscorpio.co.uk

The official and only approved ticketing partners of this show are those listed on the event website ONLY. If any tickets are bought or sold through any other platform or secondary resale company, such as Viagogo, then the event organiser reserves the right to cancel the tickets. The ticket will IMMEDIATELY BECOME INVALID if resold OR OFFERED FOR SALE. The ticket is a personal, revocable license and, at all times, remains the property of the event organiser. This ticket must be surrendered to the event organiser upon request.

If you have tickets and are unable to attend the event, then please get in touch with the ticket agent you purchased through before trying to resell any tickets through any of the aforementioned resale sites.

Floormap of the Disney100 Exhibition in London
"Disney100: The Exhibition is the ultimate museum of Disney."
Secret London
"A must-see for fans of all things Disney."
Mirror
"it’s a slick, fun-for-all-ages showcase."
Time out
"A vault of treasures."
Daily Mail
"Relive your most beloved Disney memories."
My London
"It’s a somewhat emotional trip down memory lane for grown-ups."
Citizen Femme
"Installations that capture the Disney magic."
The Resident
"Live out your Disney dream."
Secret London
"Take a mesmerising, nostalgic and educational journey."
Exhibition Showcase
"Experience 100 years of magic like never before."
The Handbook

Frequently asked questions (FAQ)

We are looking forward to welcoming you to the Disney 100 Exhibition. To ensure you have the best experience possible, we would like to make sure you are aware of a few FAQ's.

Regarding Accessibility Customers

We strive to make the Disney100 The Exhibition accessible for everyone. It is compiled mainly of visual displays and one short audio-based television welcome film. There will be transcripts of this short film available guests with hearing disabilities. Please contact accessibility@fkpscorpio.co.uk if you have any queries not answered below.

Companions/PA's are welcomed at the exhibition and will be granted free admission (no ticket will be issued in advance). If you require the assistance of a Companion/PA we ask that you provide one of the following forms of documentation, to be shown on entry. This will act as evidence of your requirements. Without this documentation we will be unable to provide a complimentary Companion/PA ticket.

Accepted forms of documentation:

  • Middle or Higher rate DLA for care and/or mobility.
  • Receipt of Personal Independence Payment (PIP).
  • Evidence of being severely sight impaired.
  • CredAbility tickets Card – + 1 category requirement.
  • A recognised Assistance Dog ID Card.
Please note that the Access Customer requiring assistance must have a valid ticket*.
* If the Access Customer is under the age of 5, in order to provide a companion/PA ticket free of charge, there does need to be at least 1 full priced adult ticket in the party.

ExCel has step-free access at both entrances of their venue.

Please alight at Custom House DLR for the West entrance to the venue, which is where Disney100: The Exhibition is accessed from. Custom House (ExCel) – station is fully accessible with lifts to take you from platform to bridge.

If you're travelling by public transport, there are lifts at Prince Regent DLR Station. The lift will take you onto the footpath which leads into the venue.

For more information on accessible facilities at the venue, please go to https://www.excel.london/visitor/venue-guide/accessibility

Both the ExCeL and the exhibition are wheelchair accessible. For any specific queries please contact accessibility@fkpscorpio.co.uk

Wheelchairs and mobility scooters can be hired free of charge from ExCeL and can be pre-booked in advance. They are subject to availability so please email info@excel.london with the date/time of your planned visit and they will confirm if there is one available for you to hire.

Yes, we accept assistance dogs (including ADUK, Training companies and owner trained), but proof of training is required and if the dog’s behaviour doesn’t meet the standards, then you will be required to leave.

Please contact accessibility@fkpscorpio.co.uk in advance if you are bringing an assistance dog with you. The Equality and Human Rights Commission states that "assistance dogs are highly trained" which means they:

  • Will not wander freely around the premises.
  • Will sit or lie quietly on the floor next to their owner.
  • Are unlikely to foul in a public place.

All assistance dogs must always remain on the lead.

Regarding the experience

Disney100: The Exhibition invites guests to step into ten magnificent and imaginatively themed galleries, where moving stories, unique interactive installations, and behind-the-scenes glimpses will take them on a journey through 100 years of The Walt Disney Company.

There are ten large and imaginatively themed galleries with renowned classics from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937) to Encanto (2021), including the latest members of the Disney family – Pixar, Star Wars, MARVEL, and National Geographic. Celebrate the magic of Disney with timeless stories and memories through the visual, audio, and interactive elements of Disney100: The Exhibition.

There will be no character meet and greet at the exhibition.

The visit could take anything from around 50 minutes to over two hours. You can dwell as long as you like in each of the ten rooms (until it is time for the exhibition to close).

Unfortunately, there are no character meet & greets at Disney 100: The Exhibition. The exhibition showcases unique rare artefacts and memorabilia from the past 100 years of Disney.

No food and drink are allowed to be consumed inside the Exhibition (we do allow a bottle of water for personal use). If you need to bring specific food or medicine due to a pre-existing medical condition then please supply the relevant supporting medical evidence.

There are a selection of retail units in ExCeL London providing a diverse range of food and drinks. If you bring a reusable cup to the venue, you can enjoy discounts on some hot drinks at select retail outlets. There are free water refill points on the Boulevard close to the entrance to the venue. For more information please visit: https://excel.london/visitor/food-drink

Please note food and drink cannot be consumed within the exhibition itself.

The exhibition will be held in an indoor venue.

Yes, there is air conditioning and heating if required.

There are no strobe lights at the Exhibition.

Feel free to take photos and share them. When taking photos, please make sure not to disturb other customers. Professional equipment and tripods are not permitted.

The Exhibition is a walk-through event. There are some benches in selected themed galleries which allow you to sit and listen / watch information on screens.

There are vegan and gluten-free catering options within the main ExCeL boulevard itself but not within the Exhibition.

There is a locker system for customers to leave bags or personal items should they wish to. Customers are allowed to carry bags through the exhibition. There is a pram park area which we suggest customers use or if they wish to bring prams into the exhibition, please keep walkway channels clear.

There is no dress code!

If you misplace something within the exhibition please alert a member of staff and they will try to help you retrieve your belongings. If you think you have lost something at ExCeL London, please email SecuritySuite@excel.london.

The exhibition is accessible to all ages. However, there is a lot of reading, and no character meet and greet. Parental discretion is advised when deciding if the exhibition will be suitable for your child.

There is a gift shop which is located at the end of the exhibition. Please note we do not have an online shop so if you wish to make a purchase please ensure you do this during your visit. Club Lloyds card holders can receive 10% off Disney100: The Exhibition branded merchandise and a complimentary exhibition poster when paying with their Club Lloyds Visa debit card.

Regarding access to the exhibition

We have a high number of lockers for you to store your bags and coats when you visit. They are £2 per locker, and you can easily reserve via your phone by scanning the QR code as you enter the hall. Our onsite team will be happy to guide you should you require any assistance.

The dimensions of the lockers are:

  • Large – Height - 38cm, Width - 38cm, and Depth - 50cm
  • Medium - Height - 23cm, Width – 38 cm, and Depth - 50cm

It is recommended that you arrive within the time stated on your ticket.

The weather will not impact the Exhibition as it is indoors.

We always aim to limit and reduce queuing outside the entrance. In the event of inclement weather, our team will work to ensure any queuing outside is minimised as much as possible.

Flash photography, alcohol, smoking, vaping, anything which may disturb the other patrons.

The event takes place at ExCeL London, Royal Victoria Dock, 1 Western Gateway, London E16 1FR. The entrance is via the new dockside entrance along the ExCeL waterfront.

ExCeL London is well connected by Underground, DLR, boat, car and Cable Car. Please pre-plan your journey before travelling.

Please alight at Custom House DLR for the West entrance to the venue, which is where Disney100: The Exhibition is accessed from.

For full information on directions to the venue and modes of transport please visit: https://www.excel.london/visitor/getting-here

If you plan to drive to the exhibition, please refer to 'Is there parking available?'

If you are late or experience any travel issues, you can speak to one of our stewards at our exhibition upon arrival and they will try and accommodate your booking at the next available slot. This is not a guaranteed.

The Exhibition is not suitable for animals.

The Exhibition is a child-friendly environment.

Children under the age of 16 should be accompanied by an adult. Children under the age of 5 get free entry.

There are over 1,800 parking spaces in the Orange car park, which is located under the venue. To guarantee a space please reserve parking in advance here: https://excellondon.aeroparker.com/book/.

Important note, there are currently roadworks in place during the construction of the Silvertown Tunnel. These are causing significant traffic disruption in the Canning Town area. If you are travelling from central London or from the south, using the Blackwall Tunnel to access the car park and lorryways, please use the A13 and turn off on the A112 junction taking Tollgate Road southbound. Find out more at: https://www.excel.london/visitor/getting-here/driving-and-parking

No smoking or vaping once inside the Exhibition and Exhibition foyer.

Due to the nature of the exhibition being made up of artifacts we ask that prams and buggies are not brought into the exhibition. There is a small buggy park available but with very limited spaces. To avoid disappointment, we kindly ask for prams and buggies to be left at home.

We always aim to limit and reduce queuing outside the entrance. In the event of inclement weather, our team will work to ensure any queuing outside is minimised as much as possible.

There are no toilets inside Disney100: The Exhibition. You may find toilets on the first floor of the ExCel centre. Wheelchair accessible toilets are available on the second floor.

The disabled toilets are located at the following points:

  • Between South Halls S9/S10
  • Between North Halls N10/N11 on level 0
  • At the back of the North Halls N4/S4
  • South Gallery level 2 and the dock edge on level 0
  • Platinum Suite levels 2 and 3
  • Prince Regent walkway
  • Level 0 at the east end of the venue
  • Capital Suite levels 2 and 3

There are baby changing facilities on level 0 in both the male and female toilets in the boulevard. In the ICC area (The east end of the venue) the red blocks between S9/S10, N10/N11, the Prince Regent DLR east corridor and East Level 0, the baby change facilities are in the disabled toilets.

The family room can be found by S9. Inside has two changing mats, chairs for breastfeeding, a microwave to heat up baby food and a bottle warmer. It also contains a sink and toilet.

The family room can be found by S9. Inside has two changing mats, chairs for breastfeeding, a microwave to heat up baby food and a bottle warmer. It also contains a sink and toilet.

ExCeL London has a prayer room that can be accessed through the grey door next to the S9 entrance on the boulevard.

ExCeL London has free to access and fast Wi-Fi, which is suitable for browsing, social media, and email. When you arrive at the venue, sign in to '_ExCeL FREE Wi-Fi' and follow the instructions.

Regarding the tickets

No, if you purchased your ticket(s) through Fever or Disney Tickets, your contactless tickets will be delivered directly in the Fever App. If you purchase through Eventim, your ticket(s) will be delivered either in the Eventim app or/and emailed to you. Golden Tours will email you your digital ticket(s).

Yes, you can transfer your tickets to anyone for free. Any queries relating to your ticket(s) should be directed at the ticket outlet you booked through.

More information regarding the exhibition can be found here: https://disney100exhibit.com/london/#faq

The official and only approved ticketing partners of this show are those listed on the event website ONLY. If any tickets are bought or sold through any other platform or secondary resale company, such as Viagogo, then the event organiser reserves the right to cancel the tickets. The ticket will IMMEDIATELY BECOME INVALID if resold OR OFFERED FOR SALE. The ticket is a personal, revocable license and, at all times, remains the property of the event organiser. This ticket must be surrendered to the event organiser upon request.

If you have tickets and are unable to attend the event, then please get in touch with the ticket agent you purchased through before trying to resell any tickets through any of the aforementioned resale sites.

General admission ticket prices for the exhibition start at £18 for adults and £14.50 for children.

You can pick between standard time slot tickets or pay more for a flexi fast track ticket, which includes flexible admission to the experience at any time on your selected date plus a unique Disney100: The Exhibition collectible silver pin and branded laminate & lanyard.

You can also purchase VIP tickets, which include admission to the experience with queue jump at the time of your booking plus branded laminate & lanyard, a soft drink, Disney100 can/bottle holder, a unique collectible Disney100: The Exhibition silver pin, tote bag, plush toy, new exclusive lithograph print, and free digital photos to be taken at the experience.

Children under the age of 5 get free entry. For children between the ages of 5-16, there are specially priced child tickets available.

You can purchase a ticket at the event, but this will depend on availability on the day.

Tickets can be purchased on the Fever website and App, Eventim UK, Disney Tickets, and Golden Tours websites.

Subject to availability, changes of date and/or time are permitted up to 48 hours before the start time of your experience. In such a case, please contact the outlet you booked your tickets through, indicating your ticket ID. Refunds are not allowed under any circumstances. For more information, please refer to the T&Cs of your booking. Any queries relating to your ticket(s) should be directed at the ticket outlet you booked through.

Official tickets for Disney100: The Exhibition London can be purchased via Fever, Eventim, Golden Tours & Disney Tickets.

You can make a group booking for 5 – 20 or more by contacting exhibition@fkpscorpio.co.uk. There are special rates for large bookings which should be discussed with exhibition@fkpscorpio.co.uk.

For all press inquiries, please email the Exhibition press team at D100@mancecommunications.com.

If you booked through Fever or Disney Tickets, you can find your ticket with the QR code in the Fever app, within the Tickets section. If you don't have it installed, you can download it from the Apple Store or Google Play. Remember to log in using the same account that you used when buying the tickets. If you still cannot find your ticket, please contact us. If you purchased via Eventim or Golden Tours, you will have received your tickets via email or through their app. Any issues with your tickets, please contact the ticket outlet directly.