Attention all Disney fans! The latest episode of “D23 Inside Disney” is creating quite the buzz, and we at Mickey News couldn’t be more excited to share the highlights with you. This episode is particularly special as it delves into Disney100: The Exhibition, a spectacular celebration of a century of Disney magic, currently taking place in Kansas City, MO.

For those who may not know, Disney100: The Exhibition showcases an incredible collection of props, costumes, and artifacts that span Disney’s illustrious history. It’s a treasure trove for any Disney enthusiast, bringing iconic moments and beloved characters to life in a mesmerizing display. In the latest podcast episode, listeners are treated to insightful interviews with Becky Cline and Matthew Adams from The Walt Disney Archives, who offer a behind-the-scenes look at some of the exhibit’s most cherished pieces. Additionally, Kaye Malins, co-founder of the Walt Disney Hometown Museum, shares heartfelt stories that underscore Disney’s enduring legacy.

You can catch this fascinating episode on YouTube or wherever you prefer to listen to podcasts. Trust us, this is one episode you won’t want to miss!

But that’s not all. D23 has been on a roll with exciting updates and events. They’re offering member discounts on tickets for D23 Brazil: A Disney Experience, which promises to be an unforgettable event. Members can also enjoy special gifts during outdoor summer screenings and need-to-know updates about transportation and parking for upcoming D23 fan events. For a full recap of the Kansas City celebration welcoming Disney100: The Exhibition, be sure to check out the detailed article on their website.

For more on all things Disney, stay tuned to Mickey News. We love hearing from our readers, so don’t forget to share your thoughts in the comments below! How excited are you for Disney100: The Exhibition? Will you be tuning into the new podcast episode? Engage with us and share this enchanting Disney journey with all your fellow Disney aficionados!

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