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When you purchase your tickets the ticket person lets you know that you get a stamp on entering the museum so, that if you would like to take a break you can reenter without showing your ticket again. Now, after visiting here twice, I can see why there is a need for a break and the need for a stamp. No detail has been left out of the life of Walt Disney. The museum has a total of 10 galleries or rooms showcasing Walt's life from birth to his career and the amazing legacy he has built. There are many interactive displays utilizing the latest technology that attracts people of all ages. Technology, which Disney embraced, is also a main reason for seeing the museum. There are touchscreens galore, flatscreens, and Walt Disney's voice comes out crisp from phone receivers, hidden speakers and headphones. With all there is to hear, see, read, and touch, you definitely need a break. Stop by the cafe for a coffee or snack then go back in refreshed! Other notes, there is free parking available. Every month the museum shows a Disney movie, $7 for adults, not sure how much for children. You do not need to buy museum admission to see movie. Museum tickets do not get you movie ticket. Go to the museum website to see movie of the month. Walt Disney's many awards, honors, and recognitions are displayed before the entrance to the museum. That alone took a good half hour to look at.