Geppis Entertainment Museum Baltimore City
Where is it at?
Geppis Entertainment Museum
301 W. Camden St. 2nd floor
Where are we going today?
Snap...Crackle....Pop! No, that's not your breakfast, that's the fascinating pop culture at Geppi's Entertainment Museum.
They are dedicated to telling the story of 250 years of American pop culture in an educational and entertaining way, where parents can be transported back to their favorite childhood memories, television shows, cartoons and film, and kids can be introduced to a whole new era of trends and cultures - some vastly different from the ones they know today, and some surprisingly similar!
Make sure you allow at least a couple of hours to see all 6,000 artefacts! Love comic books? You'll be in heaven! There are also dolls, toys, games, and memorabilia of every possible category you could think of!
Did you know pop culture dates all the way back to the 1700s? (That's a long time ago!) But you do now - and you can see how it has changed right through to what you know and love today, including the every loveable Mickey Mouse, iconic Barbie, super cool Spider-Man, the (almost) invincible Superman and the totally awesome G.I Joe!
Want to get hands-on? There are interactive kiosk for kids of all ages, including a super fun scavenger hunt, scattered throughout the whole museum so they can stop, play and get creative throughout the day!
How much does it cost?
- Adults$ 10
- Children$ 7
- Free Under: 4
When can we go?
10am to 6pm Tuesday - Sunday
Closed Mondays, New Years Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.
The museum is a great way to show students the connection American history has with pop culture of today, and how events of the past contribute to how we live and see the world now. It's a living classroom - and teachers are free!.
Any Top Tips?
Feel free to bring your camera! They want to ensure you keep your memories of their amazing collection for as long as you can! Also, allow at least two hours to get through everything at the museum. .
Need a little extra help?
No problem! There is elevator access to the 2nd floor, as well as handicap accessible men and womens bathrooms. All galleries at the museum are wheelchair accessible, but unfortunately not every area is accessible as its a historic building..
Both the men and womens restrooms have changing facilities so even your tiniest comic book fans can be taken care of!.
Can I get one of those?
Have you been good and saved all your pennies to buy yourself something nice and fun? Good! Because there is so much old and new pop culture memorabilia to take home! From Peanuts Monopoly to Tokidoki shirts - and don't even get us started on the comic books!.
What people are saying?
by Yul Espinosa
Loved the movie memorabilia and posters. The fact that they have a comic book store connected to the museum is an added incentive. I am a huge comic book fan and seeing all those 70's comic book covers brought back a lot of pleasant memories. It's a must-go. Check out the connected sports memorabilia museum as well.
by David Wise
Fantastic- a trip down memory lane. I saw that you did not have the piano which comes with the Schroeder doll in the Charlie Brown collection. I guess I'm special because I have Schroeder AND his piano. My experience there brought back many good memories of childhood toys and stars we watched on TV. Thanks for the museum!!
by flavio alvarado
very good. i like
by David McGinn
Awesome. Check out the tribute to Milestone Media and Black Characters in Comics!
by A Google User
A bit pricey for as small as it is. Parking is extra. If you can go when it's half price then it's worth it.