See Henry Sellickís 1996 stop-motion film, James and the Giant Peach, based on Roald Dahlís classic story.
An orphan with terrible aunts for guardians, is given magic beans by a mysterious stranger. When the beans find their way to a peach tree, James embarks on a magical adventure inside a giant peach with the human-like bugs that live inside to New York City.
This film is shown in conjunction with The Walt Disney Family Museumís special exhibit: Between the Frames: Behind the Magic of Stop-Motion Animation.
Free with Museum admission, $7 Adults without admission, $5 Children without admission