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Reviewed January 23, 2012
Reviewed November 10, 2011
· Reviewed April 4, 2018
What You'll Get
For $5, you gain admission to Geppi's Entertainment Museum in historic Camden Station.
- Celebrates more than 250 years of American popular culture
- Nearly 6,000 pop culture artifacts, dating from the late 18th century to present day
- Admission is typically $10 for adults, $9 for seniors, $7 for students, and free for children under 4
- Diverse exhibition of American memorabilia, including comics, toys, and games
- Museum closed Mondays and major holidays
- Admission does not apply to tour groups
- Parking not available to during Ravens and Orioles home games
Frommer's highly recommends Geppi's Entertainment Museum. RoadsideAmerica.com, and Examiner.com featured the museum. The Balitmore City Paper profiled Steve Geppi. Five TripAdvisors give it an average of four stars, and three Yelpers rate it a 4.5-star average.
- The museum's exhibits are arranged chronologically, beginning in the 1880s with The Brownies ("the first successful commercialized comic characters") and ending with contemporary multi-platform juggernauts such as Shrek and Spongebob Squarepants. Stretched between them is a dizzying galaxy of stuff to look at -- puppets, paper dolls, ray guns, jelly glasses, box top premiums… – RoadsideAmerica
- This gorgeous place is literally packed ceiling to floor with pop culture icons, from Amos and Andy… Superman, Luke Skywalker, and Alf. Posters… toys, old TV sets, books, autographs -- original sketches by comic artists... just... WOW. – Kwame D., Yelp
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 11, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 4 per visit. Not valid toward group tour. Parking not available during Ravens and Orioles games. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Geppi's Entertainment Museum
Created by Steve Geppi, the founder of Diamond Comic Distributors, Geppi's Entertainment Museum traces the evolution of American popular culture from the late 1700s to today with nearly 6,000 artifacts such as comics, dolls, and games. Along with rotating special exhibitions, the museum's permanent galleries each dedicate themselves to a specific period or medium. Rekindle your flame with favorite cultural characters such as Batman, Mickey Mouse, and Barbie as you place them in historical context via the museum's massive memorabilia-based timeline.