Walt Disney’s “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,” is cherished by many as one of the most enchanting films of all time, and this year is the 75th aninversary of its release.The effect of watching “Snow White” is a singular experience, full of whimsy and magic, as well as touches of darkness and mystery.

All of those adjectives could also be use to describe the City by the Bay, San Francisco. The City is home to the Walt Disney Family Museum and in celebration of 75 years of “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,” the museum is hosting an exhibition entitled “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: The Creation of a Classic” opening this week and continuing until the 14th of April, 2013. There are also two new books celebrating this glorious animated classic that have just been released to also coincide with the anniversary, and we have two set to give away to this weeks lucky winners!

How: Complete the following sentence in comment section below. My favorite travel tip for San Francisco is _____________. (Please limit to 50 words).Include your name and an email address. Contestants must either subscribe to Johnny’s newsletter or follow him on Facebook or TwitterAll official contest rules apply.

What You’ll Win:  Two brand new, beautifully put together books have just been released that document the development, production, and art of Walt Disney’s “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.”

The Fairest One of All: The Making of Walt Disney’s Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: The Art and Creation of Walt Disney’s Classic Animated Film both by J.B. Kaufman (Combined retail value: $110).

We have two sets to give away this week, so we will select the two best entries! These books could make a beautiful holiday gift to the film- or Disney-buff in your life.










When: The last day/time to enter will be on Tuesday, November 20th at 6pm PT. The winner will be announced next Wednesday, November 21st, and be contacted by a JohnnyJet.com representative. Please email questions to contests@johnnyjet.com.

8 Comments On "Give Us Your SF Travel Tips for a Chance to Win Two New Art Books!"
  1. Anonymous|

    “Alexanders Steakhouse”

  2. North Bay J|

    My favorite travel tip for San Francisco is…Be sure to have either lunch or dinner in North Beach then go to see Beach Blanket Babylon. BBB is a uniquely San Franciscan treasure. A wise traveler will take a taxi, as parking in nearly impossible in the North Beach area.

  3. Andrew P|

    My favorite travel tip for San Francisco is if you plan on walking, wear comfortable sneakers!! Flip-flops or dress shoes will surely kill your feet!

  4. Candace P|

    My favorite travel tip for San Francisco is don’t attempt to take public transportation to your hotel! The walk from the BART will kill you! We had to take a cab the last 100 yards to the hotel door! (The next time we took a shared-ride service from the airport, which was much easier!)

  5. FEV|

    I have a few “musts” when I visit SFO – go to Fisherman’s Wharf and go to Chinatown. Each a unique adventure in discovering a great city!

  6. Karl P|

    My San Francisco advice is to be sure to visit Alcatraz. It has the BEST audio tour I have ever taken. The cost is included with the price of the ferry/boat ride over to the island. The tour guides you through the facility and it is coordinated so your group will all be together, but frees you from being with a herd of other tourists. The actors and sound effects are exceptional.

  7. Elisabeth|

    My favorite travel tip for San Francisco is to take the night tour of Alcatraz… can you say creepy? :)

  8. Jason Shorr|

    San Francisco has one of the largest concentrations of independent bookstores. Green Apple, Borderlands, or my favorite City Lights, you have to check one out!

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