104 N Main Sreet USA
Get VIP tickets and a private screening to the Uptown Theater, and experience first hand where Walt Disney himself showcased The Great Locomotive Chase & The Spirit of Mickey.
120 W Santa Fe
This museum is the home to a unique collection of artifacts related to Walt Disney and his family that cannot be found anywhere else.
Closed on Mondays.
200 W Broadway
The Disney Farm is located at the original Disney family home. You may visit the farm, but be aware that it is private property and the home is not open to the public.
200 W Broadway
Located at the Disney Farm, the location of the original Dreaming Tree is where Walt first learned to draw and write, and probably spent a lot of time dreaming. While The Dreaming Tree fell down in 2015, The Son of the Dreaming Tree currently stands tall.
275 W Broadway St
This was the site where Walt first did a show as a child to entertain the other neighbor kids, dressing up some of his animals and charging 10 cents to come to his Disney Circus.
The current barn was raised in 2001 and is open daily from sunrise to sunset.
120 E. Ritchie Street
The Marceline Post Office was renamed Walt Disney Post Office in 2003, making it the only Federal Building to be named after Walt.
When you visit the post office, you can have your letter hand cancelled with Marceline’s exclusive Disney cancellation.
420 E. California
Walt Disney attended the renaming dedication of this school. During his speech, he stated, "“You know I’m not a funny guy, I’m just a farm boy from Marceline who hides behind a duck and a mouse.”
Walt had his team at Disney Studios create a mural on the wall at the school, and the flag pole at the school as donated by Walt from the Squaw Valley Olympic Games.
700 S. Kansas
In 1966, Walt & Roy donated a retired Disneyland ride called Midget Autopia. The ride continued to be in use until 1977 & the track was uninstalled in 2016.
Also at the Complex was the Walt Disney Swimming Pool, which was dedicated by Walt himself. During the dedication, he said, "My best memories are the years I spent here. You children are lucky to live in Marceline."