The Walt Disney Family Museum in San Francisco is currently showcasing Peter Pan in a special exhibition from April 17 to June 27. It will also be celebrated as the Museum’s film of the month in May.

The exhibition will include 16 original concept drawings by renowned Disney artist Mary Blair, which were loaned to the Museum by the Walt Disney Animation Studios Research Library. 1930s Character sketches, storyboard outlines, original concept art, model sheets, and vintage posters from the collection of the Walt Disney Family Foundation will also be on display.

Also for the viewer’s enjoyment is a first-edition copy of the play by J.M. Barrie’s “Peter Pan, or The Boy Who Wouldn’t Grow Up”.  Alongside the first-edition will be a “final treatment” of the Disney film dated March 1946. Both will be opened to the same moment in the story, where Wendy learns that Peter can fly.

Speaking of Wendy, Disney fans will get the chance to meet the voice of Wendy in “Peter Pan” as well as Alice of Walt Disney’s ‘Alice in Wonderland,” at the Disney Family Museum Saturday, May, 22nd at 3:00 p.m. Tickets are available online at the Museum’s official website.

And if you can’t make it to the Bay Area in May, Kathryn graciously sat down with the Disney Fans Insider to give her recollections of recording “Peter Pan: and working with Walt Disney.

“It was a wonderful experience. There were so many pluses wit working with Walt Disney and the Studio,” Kathryn recalls. “They were already in production for ‘Peter Pan’ while they were working on ‘Alice,’ and I was about adolescent age, just as Wendy was. It was another British project, and with my British accent it just seemed a given! They were pleased with what I had done for the reference work as well as the voice of Alice, so they wanted me to continue and play the part of Wendy.”

As Kathryn prepares to visit The Walt Disney Family Museum, she is pleased to find “Peter Pan” is still so beloved—but she’s not at all surprised. “I think it’s a wonderful fantasy, but it’s also this great adventure. There’s so much for children to identify with. There’s something going on all the time, and the music is fabulous!” she says.

For those of you unable to make it to San Francisco this month, get your fill of Peter Pan at Walt Disney World’s Peter Pan’s Flight ride, located in Fantasyland at Magic Kingdom. The ride takes you on a journey through the classic fantasy land of Peter Pan.  Soar through Never Land Island sweeping past the Lost Boys camp, Mermaid Lagoon and Skull Rock and back into your childhood!