The Disney 100 Exhibit immerses fans in their favorite Disney movies. | Source: Walt Disney Co.

From “Steamboat Willie” to Strange World, The Walt Disney Co. has dedicated the past 100 years to creative storytelling the world has never seen before. To mark a century of iconic media moments, Disney fans can check out the new Disney 100 Exhibition in Philadelphia, London, and Munich. 

Stepping into the exhibit, visitors will have the chance to check out some of Disney’s “crown jewels,” including more than 250 pieces of original artwork, props, costumes, and other memorabilia that are rarely shown to the casual fan, including the Swarovski glass slipper used in the 2015 live-action Cinderella, Jack Sparrow’s compass from Pirates of the Caribbean, and Luke Skywalker’s lightsaber used by Rey in The Rise of Skywalker

You can also take a peek behind the scenes into the making of Disney’s most popular characters, movies, shows, and attractions, including everything from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs to recent Marvel and Star Wars blockbusters. 

The exhibit is made up of 10 galleries that immerse guests with video, audio, and other interactive elements. The Disney 100 exhibit premieres on Feb. 18 in Philadelphia at The Franklin Institute before premiering at the Kleine Olympiahalle in Munich on April 18 and at the ExCel in London in the fall. 

RELATED: Disney Celebrates 100th Anniversary with Magical Merch Partners

Tickets start at $25 and are available at What better way to celebrate 100 years of animation, storytelling, and dreaming than to step right into the action?