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Please step this way as we head to the quaint town of Marceline, Missouri and explore a rarely seen historic location - the former Disney family home (1906 - 1911)! Walt Disney spent the formative years of his childhood here, continuing to carry with him the fond memories of this farmhouse and the community it was nestled in. As we tour the residence today, you’ll note many antiques throughout the home. Though we don’t have time to examine each one, I would like you to know that many of the possessions were donated sometime after 1998 by individuals like Walt’s sister Ruth Beecher (while others are family heirlooms of the current caretaker and owner). Some of the stories you will hear today were passed along by the Disneys to Rush and Inez, who in turn shared them with their daughter (who currently owns this historic house). Now let’s explore the former Disney abode and a few tales associated with its residents. Your personal tour of the Marceline Disney Family Home begins HERE!

“Once upon a time there was a Little House way out in the country…”

Just how did Elias, Flora and their family come to reside in such a small, recently established farm community so far out in the middle of the country? It just so happened that Walt’s uncle Robert Disney owned a successful ‘flour, feed, and poultry’ business in Marceline. Robert was also a land speculator, and amongst his holdings was a parcel of land just outside the city line of Marceline, Missouri. When his brother Elias shared the news that his family would be moving from their crime infested neighborhood of Chicago in 1905, it was Robert who suggested the newly formed Santa Fe division point as a potential destination to set up house. Elias was deeply interested in protecting his family from certain negative influences, as well as teaching his children the value of hard work and living a simple life.

The matter was decided, and Elias and Flora soon heeded Robert’s advice and purchased their 40-acre farmstead only a few miles away from his own original property. Elias paid $3000 in installments for the 40-acre farm and house (previously owned by a Civil War veteran named William Crane). Walt recollected: “I went with my family to live in Marceline when I was four years old…I clearly remember the day we arrived there on the train. A Mr. Coffman met us in his wagon, and we rode out to our house in the country just outside city limits. I believe it was called the Crane Farm. My first impression of it was that it had a beautiful front yard.” Just one passing glimpse of the unchanging property today confirms Walt’s observation made more than a hundred years ago!

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Of that day they departed for Marceline, Roy later recalled: "We left Chicago for the farm in 1906, April. My father and older brothers went down with a boxcar full of our household furniture and two horses that dad had bought in Chicago. My mother and my little sister - who was two years younger than Walt - and Walt, and I went down by the Santa Fe train."

Though the Disneys held many possessions and amenities from their life in the city, things were to be very different in the country. The Disneys had no electricity or running water in this home. Flora had to draw water from the kitchen pump in order to cook and clean. Growing and preparing the food they ate was a chore in itself. The family had a smokehouse for curing meat. They used coal from the nearby mine for stove fuel.

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When they weren’t attending class, Walt and Ruth shared many adventures around the farmhouse, their “Dreaming tree”, the barn, the swimming hole and the cotton fields. After creating many memories over the course of five years, Walt’s time on the farm came to an abrupt end when his father purchased a paper route in Kansas City and the entire family was moved during the summer of 1911.

Though Walt was busy building an entertainment empire over the next two decades, he longed for the people and pace of his beloved hometown. Over the years, Walt managed to make a couple of trips back to Marceline. It was in 1956 during the dedication of Walt Disney Swimming Pool, that he struck up a friendship with two of Marceline’s prominent residents - Rush and Inez Johnson. The couple extended hospitality to the Disneys by hosting Walt, Lillian, Roy, and Edna in their air-conditioned house). It was on this trip (during 1956), that Walt first vocalized his interests in a top-secret Marceline project.

“Once again she was lived in and taken care of”

The current ownership and gentle care of the house owes itself to the healthy friendship that developed between the Johnsons and Disneys over the years. The Johnsons continued to open their home to the Disneys, and Walt even had the opportunity to return the generosity by personally welcoming and hosting the Johnsons in his magic kingdom. After Walt’s prompting, the Johnson’s daughter Kaye later applied for a career at Disneyland which she held for many years.

When Walt was planning the aforementioned top-secret project in Marceline, he had Rush Johnson purchase his family’s old property and house for safe keeping. Then, RETLAW briefly purchased and owned the property for a spell, but after Walt’s passing the project never moved forward. At that point, Roy sold the property back to Rush and Inez Johnson.

After a satisfying period with Disneyland, the Johnson’s daughter Kaye longed for Marceline and decided to move back home. Now, Kaye’s father inquired whether she would like to live in the old Disney family house. Happily, Kaye agreed and has lived here for 40 years now, even raising a family within the same walls where Walt once spent his formative years.

“The ‘Little House’ Gets a Facelift”

In remodeling the former Disney family home, Kaye Malins (Walt Disney Hometown Museum Director) built the current house around the original structure - leaving the crooked doors and frames, flooring, knobs, and other original and antique features intact.

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The current living room was originally divided into two rooms by a partition, which was removed about the 1930s. One of the rooms was a bedroom where the older Disney boys (Herbert and Raymond) lived. Herbert and Raymond didn’t want to leave Chicago in 1906, and they really didn’t like farming. In interview Walt once mentioned that Elias was a “tough task master,” making his boys work very hard. Regardless, one year Herbert and Raymond produced a whopping $175 from planting acreage and harvesting their own crops. One of the boys purchased a suit from Murray’s and both bought themselves gold watches for $20 apiece at Zurchers. They had planned to buy a heifer and a colt with the rest of the money, but their father demanded they help pay farm debts. Disappointed, Walt’s older brothers withdrew their money from the bank, slipped out a window and boarded a train for Chicago.

It was then that Walt’s childhood ended because he and Roy had to help out with the farming. Shortly after, Elias fell ill and despite the return of Herbert and Raymond, Elias had to sell the farm. This was a sad time for Walt because they had to leave the farm, animals, and other things that they enjoyed about the country life in Marceline. This very window you see before you was once part of Herbert and Raymond’s bedroom, and may be that very window they slipped out during the middle of the night! Please CLICK the following image, to explore a few photographs of the site of Herbert and Raymond Disney’s former bedroom.

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Before we head upstairs, please direct your attention to the dining area, and the kitchen door on the left. You might recall that the Disneys had no electricity in the home. Instead candles and oil lamps were utilized for lighting in the dining room. When preparing a meal or cleaning, Flora had to draw water from the kitchen pump in order to cook and clean. Please feel free to CLICK on the following image and explore this room before continuing our tour!

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When Ruth saw the dining room decades later, she mentioned that it looked just the way she remembered it - “even that crooked doorframe.” The room also includes the old flue from the wood burning stove that would be used to warm the whole room. Subsequent owners hadn’t even changed these aspects of the century-old house! Ruth recalled the stove in the home as she recollected contracting chicken pox one year. To remedy Ruth, Flora wrapped her in a blanket and sat her down next to the wood stove to try and “bring the pox out.”

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The first room we come to at the top of the stairs, is Elias and Flora’s former bedroom. Please feel free to explore this room by CLICKING on the following image.

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Elias and Flora's bedroom

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Elias and Flora's bedroom

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Elias and Flora's bedroom

This closet was added on sometime after the Disneys moved from the house.

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Elias and Flora's bedroom

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Elias and Flora's bedroom

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The Disney family moved a lot over the years. None of their furniture was left behind in the Marceline house. When the Disney family house was being restored, many individuals made gestures toward the project. A kind benefactor (who shall be unnamed) approached Kaye and gifted the bedframe to her. Walt’s sister Ruth Beecher visited during this period, and when stepping into the room, she recognized the bed as the same type that she, Walt, and Roy slept in -inside this very bedroom! Ruth also mentioned that the top of the bedpost was easily removed, and that she and Walt would hide their stories inside. An elderly Ruth reached for the brass knob and removed it from the bedframe. There weren’t any “stories” inside, but these events likely verify her remarks about the bed. Please CLICK on the following image in order to explore Walt and Ruth’s bedroom, and former bed frame model.

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As mentioned, the house received an addition over the years. We’ll explore these rooms briefly now.

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Please watch your step as we head into the next portion of the house. These additions (including Kaye’s office were added onto the house decades after the Disneys lived here. The overhead support beams came from a local 150-year-old barn that was being torn down in Marceline. The following rooms are full of family antiques - like large bellows belonging to Kaye’s great-great-grandfather which adorn one wall!

The new addition features a magnificent trophy room belonging to Kaye Malin’s late husband Wally!

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The home even features a small enclosed veranda!

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The little house has continued to receive recognition over the years. The home has been featured in a few documentaries and short films. D23 : The Official Fan Club has hosted multiple events in Marceline, which include a visit to the old Disney house. In addition, there are countless tourists who drive through the town of Marceline, in order to take photographs of the historic residence from the photo spot outside.

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When we reflect on the current state of the humble Disney home of Marceline, we are reminded of the closing dialogue of The Little House (1952): “It wasn't the end at all - it was just the beginning! Oh, it took a little time and a lot of fixing but all that really mattered is that she’d found someone. Or rather, they’d found her - someone to love and cherish her, someone who knew the best place to find peace and happiness is in a little house, on a little hill, way out in the country!”

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FAQs

What did Walt Disney do in Marceline Missouri? ›

1966: Walt Disney donates the Midget Autopia from Disneyland to Marceline. Walt had planned to be in Marceline for the dedication but his health prevented him from doing so. He passed away soon after. December 15, 1966: Walt Disney passes away at the age of 65.

Where did Walt Disney live in Marceline Missouri? ›

The Walt Disney Hometown Museum is located in the restored Santa Fe Railway Depot in Marceline, Missouri. Opened in 2001, the museum houses a collection of memorabilia from the Disney family's farm where they lived from 1905 to 1909 along with Walt Disney's return to the town in 1946.

Did Walt Disney live in Marceline Missouri? ›

Marceline is the hometown of Walt Disney, where he spent a great deal of his childhood years. Main Street USA at the Disney theme parks are inspired by downtown Marceline.

When did the Disney family move to Missouri? ›

1906 The Disneys move to Marceline, MO, where Walt has an idyllic childhood on a farm and develops a strong interest in drawing. 1910 Elias, his health poor, has to sell the farm. 1911 The family moves to Kansas City, MO, where Walt rises daily at 3:30 a.m. to deliver newspapers on his father's paper route.

What infringement was Disney accused of? ›

Scott accused Disney of ripping off his scripts and "production bible," which included the "foundational elements" of the original show including character traits, running gags, show structures and its nanny character, in the reboot.

What is the oldest thing in Disney? ›

The oldest attraction at Walt Disney World can be found right in Fantasyland at the Magic Kingdom: Prince Charming Regal Carrousel. The carrousel Guests ride in the Magic Kingdom was originally constructed in 1917, six years before the Walt Disney Company was even founded.

How long did Walt Disney live in Marceline Mo? ›

Peter Whitehead, creative director of the Walt Disney Hometown Museum, points out that Walt spent a “weirdly short period of time” in Marceline—about four or five years—but that he later gave the town an identity.

Where is the abandoned Disney park located? ›

Located in Bay Lake near Magic Kingdom and several Disney hotels, Discovery Island was once a tropical rain forest oasis that welcomed guests for 25 years before closing in the late '90s.

Who was born in Marceline Missouri? ›

Walt Disney was proud to call a small Missouri town home. Disney spent five years of his life in Marceline, in northern Missouri. But they were the most formative of his life.

Is Disney World being built in Missouri? ›

Walt Disney's Riverfront Square was a planned theme park in St. Louis, Missouri that would have been the second Disney park, after Disneyland. The park was in development between 1963 and 1965.

Why did Disney not build in St Louis? ›

Disney was willing to pay for the rides and attractions, but wanted St. Louis' redevelopment corporation to pay for the building. The corporation declined to do so. Disney officially backed out in 1965.

Why did the Disney family have to move to Kansas City in 1911? ›

In the fall of 1910 Elias contracted typhoid and almost died. He recovered, slowly, but knew he couldn't keep the farm afloat. So the farm was sold for $5,175, and the family moved to Kansas City in the summer of 1911.

What year did Walt move away from Marceline Missouri? ›

After creating many memories over the course of five years, Walt's time on the farm came to an abrupt end when his father purchased a paper route in Kansas City and the entire family was moved during the summer of 1911.

What is Marceline Mo known for? ›

Marceline is most famous for being the boyhood home of Walt Disney, and the original Main Street USA.

Which Disney location came first? ›

Which Disney theme park opened first? Disneyland Park, also known as “Disneyland”, opened July 17, 1955, in Anaheim, California. Disneyland was designed and built under the supervision of Walt Disney. The Walt Disney World Resort, also known as Walt Disney World and Disney World, opened on Oct.

Which Disney princess broke the law? ›

The original version of Mulan was a unique entry to the Disney animated catalogue, not only for featuring the first Asian Disney princess, but for breaking three unofficial “rules” of Disney Princess movies.

Did Disney sue a daycare? ›

Business Know-How. In 1989, Disney did the unthinkable: threaten legal action to not one, not two, but three day care centers. What would make a multi-billion-dollar company, which prides itself on being “The Happiest Place on Earth,” to threaten to file lawsuits? Ultimately, it all came down to one thing: Trademarks.

What did Disney do that was unethical? ›

Three African-American employees filed suit against Walt Disney World, alleging that the company systematically passed over non-white employees for promotion to management jobs. The three also charged that the company used software that could select white employees' resumes based on naming conventions.

What was Disney's dark age? ›

There is one era of Disney's output (1970-1988) that is often overlooked and described as 'the dark age,' referring to when Walt Disney Pictures was trying to follow in Walt Disney's footsteps after his death.

Who is Disney's oldest character? ›

Pete is the oldest continuing Disney character, having debuted three years before Mickey Mouse in the cartoon Alice Solves the Puzzle (1925). Pete was unnamed in the first year of Mickey Mouse cartoons until 1930, when he was given the name “Peg-Leg Pete”.

Can you live inside Disney World? ›

Yes, you can live on Disney World property according to Realtor Victor Nawrocki. Golden Oak is a residential community inside Disney World where you can buy a home.

What is the oldest living thing in Disneyland? ›

Twenty-two topiary animals and characters call the Disneyland Resort home. The oldest living tree at the Disneyland Resort is a two-foot-tall Mugho Pine, which is more than 150 years old. Guests can find this tree during a cruise on the Storybook Land Canal Boats in Fantasyland.

Can you live in Disneyland? ›

And if you've ever fantasized about actually living at Disney World — well, you can! There's actually a neighborhood on property called Golden Oak, and residents here get lots of amazing Disney perks.

What are the 2 abandoned Disney parks? ›

River Country is one of only two Disney parks to permanently close, along with "Discovery Island", which is situated parallel to the water park.

Where is the smallest Disney park? ›

Magic Kingdom

Magic Kingdom may be the smallest park in terms of acreage, but it's also Disney's most crowded park.

How much land is left in Disney? ›

Disney World currently has 38% of its entire park established for development use, which ranges from things such as rides, roads, and hotels. However, the largest single use that they have for their park is actually conservation land. Conservation land makes up more than 32% of the entire park!

How big is Marceline Missouri? ›

Marceline is made up of a population of 2,123 according to the 2020 census. It is located in North Central Missouri, 39.6943 N (Latitude) and -92.9287 W (Longitude), and it is made up of an area of 3.5 square miles.

What famous actor was born in Springfield Missouri? ›

Anthony Hill was born in Springfield, Missouri, and raised in Kansas City, Kansas. He is an actor, who has appeared in Scream: The TV Series, Silicon Valley, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, N.C.I.S. Los Angeles, Looking, and Fuller House among others.

Why is it Kansas City Mickey? ›

Mickey's nickname, "Kansas City Mickey", might be a reference to Mickey's creator, Walt Disney living in Kansas City. The title episode plays the Cave of Crystal Skull, an Indiana Jones movie, where the episode is based off it, like, that film. The Clubhouse's source of its Meeska-Mooska-Magic is the Crystal Mickey.

Is Disney making a city? ›

Now, they are moving into real estate. Disney is working to build a residential community in Rancho Mirage so fans can come home to Disney magic every day. In an interview for "LA Times Today," reporter Jaimie Ding told host Lisa McRee what's in store in the new Storyliving community.

Will Disney ever build a 5th park? ›

That absolutely will not happen. Even if Disney wanted to build a new theme park and announced one today, there is a 0.000% chance the company could have it open by Summer 2025.

Is Disney World making another park? ›

Disney has no near-term plans to build a fifth theme park at Disney World, even though it has the space to do so. Instead, it has focused on improving its existing parks. That includes the upcoming Tron: Lightcycle Run roller-coaster at Magic Kingdom as well as a pretty major overhaul at Epcot.

Why is St. Louis in decline? ›

Louisans, especially, have left in droves, most quitting north St. Louis, which over the last decade continued to slide as investment waned and people moved to the suburbs or other cities. The region's namesake city, with a population of just 301,578 in the 2020 census, is dragging down overall growth.

Why does Disney hide their building? ›

DISNEY has a clever way to hide things they don't want guests to see - thanks to using a certain shade. Called Bye Bye Blue, the theme park uses it to make large ugly buildings blend into the background, to keep the magic of the parks.

How many abandoned buildings are in St. Louis? ›

St. Louis has a big vacancy problem — there are about 25,000 empty buildings and lots citywide.

Why did they get rid of Mickey and Minnie's house? ›

The version at Mickey's Toontown Fair in the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World was closed and demolished to make way for Storybook Circus.

What inspired Disney's Haunted Mansion? ›

The Disneyland Haunted Mansion was largely inspired by the Shipley-Lydecker House in Baltimore, Maryland, pictured in Decorative Art of Victoria's Era, a book found in the Walt Disney Imagineering Information Research Center in Glendale, California.

Why is everyone moving to KCMO? ›

The low cost of living is one of the top reasons many people move to Kansas City. In fact, Kansas City prides itself on having one of the lowest costs of living in the country. There are tons of options for where to live and even different types of living spaces at various prices.

How many years did Walt Disney live in Marceline Missouri? ›

Peter Whitehead, creative director of the Walt Disney Hometown Museum, points out that Walt spent a “weirdly short period of time” in Marceline—about four or five years—but that he later gave the town an identity.

What year did Walt move away from Marceline Missouri? ›

After creating many memories over the course of five years, Walt's time on the farm came to an abrupt end when his father purchased a paper route in Kansas City and the entire family was moved during the summer of 1911.

Was Walt Disney originally supposed to be Missouri? ›

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Disney himself met with St. Louis Mayor Raymond Tucker in March 1963 to discuss the proposal. But, the idea fizzled. Legend was that the plan was thwarted because Anheuser-Busch beer baron August A.

When did Walt Disney live in Marceline? ›

Disney spent five years of his life in Marceline, in northern Missouri. But they were the most formative of his life. Disney was born in Chicago in 1901, but his family moved to Marceline when he was five. They lived there until he was 10, when they relocated to Kansas City.

Can you live inside Disney World? ›

Yes, you can live on Disney World property according to Realtor Victor Nawrocki. Golden Oak is a residential community inside Disney World where you can buy a home.

What is the oldest living thing in Disneyland? ›

Twenty-two topiary animals and characters call the Disneyland Resort home. The oldest living tree at the Disneyland Resort is a two-foot-tall Mugho Pine, which is more than 150 years old. Guests can find this tree during a cruise on the Storybook Land Canal Boats in Fantasyland.

Which Disney castle is the oldest? ›

The iconic Disneyland castle opened in 1955 and is the oldest of all Disney castles.

Why did Jack leave Walt a barrel? ›

Jack decides to leave one barrel of money as a sign of apology to Walt and the neo-nazis leave, Walt then gets in his car and takes a final look to the place that has now become the grave of his brother-in-law, and drives off ("Ozymandias").

How long did Walt stay in the cabin? ›

“Stay a little longer?” Walt asks the disappearer after two months of dying alone in his cabin, begging for two hours, but settling for one. After five years, that's all any of us have left with Walt and Jesse.

How big is Marceline Missouri? ›

Marceline is made up of a population of 2,123 according to the 2020 census. It is located in North Central Missouri, 39.6943 N (Latitude) and -92.9287 W (Longitude), and it is made up of an area of 3.5 square miles.

Was Disney built on a swamp? ›

In the late 1960s, Disney acquired 25,000 acres of barren swampland in Florida. Over the next four decades, the company transformed it into the world's leading theme park resort.

Will Disney build another park in the US? ›

But, it's pretty safe to assume that Disney World isn't going to open a fifth theme park anytime in the near future. Based on everything the company has said in the past few years, a lot of Disney's focus has been on expanding on and adding to the existing resorts and parks rather than building new ones.

What Disney park was shut down in 1999? ›

Discovery Island closed to the public on April 8, 1999, exactly 25 years after its opening. but continued to operate until July 9, 1999, at which point all of its animals had been relocated to Disney's Animal Kingdom (whose Safari Village hub area was renamed Discovery Island) and other zoos.

Where was Walt Disney's last house? ›

Disney built his vacation home in Palm Springs in 1962 as a retreat for him and his wife, Lillian. He lived in the home with Lillian until his death in 1966.

What was the very first Disney movie? ›

In 1937, Walt Disney Animation Studios released its first fully animated feature film, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, pioneering a new form of family entertainment.

What is the zip code for Marceline Mo? ›

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