If you are anything like me and are a lover of the Disney Parks then you no doubt have a collection of photos of your trips to the parks.

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I'm sure you have a collection of photos with you and family, friends and with any Mickey shaped food available! I know I do!

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Which is why when Lisa told us this news today, I knew I immediately wanted in!

The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History is looking for pictures taken at Disney World and Disneyland for a future project that captures experiences at the parks!

Here is what they're looking for according to their website:

Photos of you, your friends, and your families at Disneyland or Walt Disney World and the story of what the photograph and visit mean to you. When was the visit, and with whom? What feelings did it evoke for you?

 

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Here's what you have to do:

Send your photo/s to NMAH-DisneyStories@si.edu with a few sentences about the photo and your Disney Park story. Don’t forget to include your name and the best way to get in touch with you!

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You can find out more info on the website, however, it looks like everyone wants in on this project because they have had to release the following statement:

Thank you so much for participating in our project! We truly appreciate it. The response has exceeded all of our expectations. Please know that while we may not be able to respond directly to every message, each one is contributing to our ongoing research on how visitors use, experience, and enjoy the Disney parks.

They also say that they won't be able to use all the pictures sent to them because space is limited. However, I would LOVE to see your Disney Parks pictures! Send them to us through the app chat!

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Send me your pictures of you and your family at the parks- just because I love Disney Parks- if you haven't been able to tell. And share the magic.

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You can submit your pictures for the Smithsonian here.

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