Museums

Hall of Heroes Museum Elkhart

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Hall of Heroes Museum
58005 17th Street
Elkhart
IN
46517
Tel: 574 522 1187

Where are we going today?

Do you love superheroes? Of course you do! The might of Spiderman, the wit of Batman...they have formed an integral part of kids childhoods since they were created - and now you can visit a museum dedicated to them!

The only one in the world we might add!

Hall of Heroes Museum is a super hero and comic book museum, covering all 75 years of it's history - that's a lot of exploring to do through the collections!

The museum features exhibits that cover all of these iconic characters through their days in film, TV, toys, and animation. Even the building is worth visiting on its own as it's a 2 story replica of the Hall of Justice! They also feature a replica of the Bat Cave from those classic 1960s tv shows (ask your parents!)

Did you know Hall of Heroes Museum even has the original costume that Adam West wore? Pretty cool! There is the original shield of Captian America's, and even toys from WWII era. It's history and pop culture wrapped up into one!

There are rare items in the collection, there are new items, there are collectables and there are items you didn't even think you would ever get to see in person!

Keep an eye out for those rare tin toys from the late 50's and 60's, including that rare Marvel Super Hero Express tin train!

With over 60,000 comic books and 10,000 toys and fitures, and even over 100 pieces of original comic book art, Hall of Heroes Museum is a must for any comic book and super hero fan...

...you never know who you might run into there!

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$6 (Over 10 years)
  • Children$4
LAST UPDATED 2016

When can we go?

Most weekdays 1pm - 5pm, Sat 11am - 5pm & Sun 12pm - 4pm

Year round

Teachers corner

They offer discounts for school groups! Why not head along with the students!.

I'm Hungry!

There are SO many places in the area to grab something to eat before or after your visit!.

Any Top Tips?

Call ahead to schedule a tour because they might be out at conventions or charity events!.

Need a little extra help?

Give them a call to check the accessibility of the museum.

More information

Stan Lee went to visit!.

What people are saying?

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    This was such an amazing experience! I was a little nervous after reading a few of the bad reviews on here, but I was blown away by the numerous exhibits and the presentation of them! The curator Allen Stewart definitely knew his stuff and was a joy to talk to. The museum, though small, is very organized and interesting! Any fan of superheroes will enjoy this gem. There are countless villians, heroes, and sidekicks, along with a few big displays and life-sized replicas of your favorite heroes! Whether you are a Marvel or DC fan, there's a huge variety....Read More

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    Baught a ticket from groupon (something like $2 per person wasted my time driving there. Eventually, it's a garage full of toys. We really tried to spend there more than 20 minutes.

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    This is my 11 year old's favorite museum. The curator, Allen Stewart is a great host and he has some great stories. We bring our friends and relatives here every time they visit us. You can enjoy the museum in 30 minutes or in 2 hours if you want to!

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    An amazing collection of all things Hero, past & present. Look forward to another visit when they move to their new location!

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    If you love comics you'll love this place. Its just cool to see all the stuff i wish i had. Lol

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by Emma Jo Shade

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This was such an amazing experience! I was a little nervous after reading a few of the bad reviews on here, but I was blown away by the numerous exhibits and the presentation of them! The curator Allen Stewart definitely knew his stuff and was a joy to talk to. The museum, though small, is very organized and interesting! Any fan of superheroes will enjoy this gem. There are countless villians, heroes, and sidekicks, along with a few big displays and life-sized replicas of your favorite heroes! Whether you are a Marvel or DC fan, there's a huge variety. Also, it seems that there's quite a few exciting unveilings happening this July, so that is beyond exciting! I would highly recommend visiting Hall of Heroes if you thoroughly enjoy superheros

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