PHOTOS & VIDEO: The Kinsey Collection Exhibit Opens at Epcot

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Walt Disney World Resort recently opened “Re-Discovering America: Family Treasures from the Kinsey Collection,” an exhibit representing more than 400 years of African-American achievement and contribution. The exhibit at the American Adventure pavilion at Epcot features rare art, books and documents from the private collection of Bernard and Shirley Kinsey, who have amassed the collection over 30 years. Themed to hope, belief, courage, imagination and heritage, the exhibit’s rare art, books and documents pay homage to the untold stories of African-Americans who helped build and transform a nation. Their stories of determination and courage, as well as their struggles for equality and civil rights, are at the heart of this exhibit.

We have photos and video offering a quick glimpse at the exhibit to share with you today:

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There are a few interactive exhibits with famous narrators throughout the experience

The interactive lanterns are actually pretty neat and add to what many guests might think is a dull experience:

So, what do you think of the Kinsey Collection? Is this something you will see while at Epcot?

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  • I love history and I love museum experiences. I missed this display at the Smithsonian Museum so I will definitely see this year when I travel to DW.

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