Located in New Orleans Square, originally designed and called The Royal Suite, due to the discrete entrance on Royal Street. It was intended to be a private apartment for the Disney family. It was later opened in 1987 to the public and introduced as the Disney Gallery.
The stairway leading up to the second floor gallery just above the Pirates Of The Caribbean attraction. The 3000 square foot Disney Gallery interior had various rooms and short hallways. It was decorated in the Victorian style with elegant moldings and parquet floors.
Unfortunately the images are old and of poor quality.
Towards the back was a small patio with outdoor iron furniture. The ornate iron railing just outside the art rooms, still has the initials WD and RD curled into filigree as tributes to the Disney Brothers.
Growing up in Los Angeles in the 70s/80s we visited Disneyland on a regular basis and often after school, before "Annual Passes".