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Walt Disney’s apartment

Walt Disney’s apartment - WaltsApartment.comWalt’s apartment above the firehouse on Main Street USA at Disneyland was Walt Disney’s private space in the park. While Disneyland was being built Walt would sometimes stay in the apartment to be closer to the work. Once the park opened, the apartment became a private getaway for Walt and the family.

Located at: Disneyland Disneyland Anaheim, California

Address: Inside Disneyland at 1313 S. Harbor Blvd., Anaheim, CA 92802


The mission of To share the love for Walt Disney and his creations, to pass along the history and heritage of Disneyland and to inform and delight.



  • TO: ALL EMPLOYEES – FROM: ROY DISNEY December 15, 1966 TO:              ALL EMPLOYEESFROM:       ROY DISNEY The death of Walt Disney is a loss to all the people of the world. In everything he did Walt had an intuitive way of reaching out and touching the hearts and minds of young and old alike. His entertainment was an international language. For more than forty years ...
  • Walt, Lillian and the kids… In this rare photo of Walt’s apartment inside Disneyland we see Sharon, Walt, Ron Miller, Diane and Lillian relaxing and having some coffee or tea. Most of the original furniture from Walt’s apartment was taken home by Walt’s wife Lillian during the years after Walt’s death. By April 1986, Lillian had made her final visit to ...
  • What happened to Walt’s ‘other’ apartment? Some people have asked about Walt’s ‘other’ apartment in Disneyland. Yes, there was another… above (the original) Disney Gallery. Walt had a vision of a "luxury" apartment to be built over Pirates of the Caribbean. It would have much more space than his apartment over the firehouse on Main Street U. S. A. and would include ...
  • Walt’s phone One of the neat items in Walt’s apartment is a Victorian style telephone. The phone still works, and is the only phone in the apartment. It used to have a direct-dial number to reach the apartment from outside the park, but in recent years the number has been redirected to the main information line for ...