ORLANDO, Florida. – Your Disney photos may be for the Smithsonian.
It’s true. The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History said it was looking for photos of Disney parks over the decades.
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According to its website, the museum is looking for photos of individuals and their friends and family at Disneyland or Walt Disney World. Museum officials said they want to see everything you’ve experienced, from character encounters to thrilling rides to toddlers.
“We won’t be able to use all the images we receive because we have limited space. Privacy and permission rules will also impact what images we can use. If you are not the child in the photo (or their guardian), we will not be able to use photos in which a child’s face is identifiable. Ditto for Disney cast members,” according to the museum’s website.
Those interested can send their photos to [email protected] with a few sentences about the photo and your accompanying Disney Park story, your name, and the best way to contact you.
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