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Geppi's Entertainment Museum is a 17,000 square foot pop culture museum located in Camden Station at Camden Yards in Baltimore, MD, a few blocks from the city's famed Inner Harbor. This unique exhibition of Americana and comic character collectibles...more
All reviews comic book pop culture movie posters amazing collection trip down memory lane star wars camden yards on display main corridor nostalgic items graphic novels huge collection scavenger hunt gift shop takes about an hour cool stuff take your time
The museum showcased one of the best collections I've ever seen. The set up was spectacular. I was saddened to hear they closed up shortly after my visit and moved a lot of the collection to the Library of Congress.
I can't say enough good...More
the museum closed last month in JUNE 2018. I only checked the times they were open
in May 2018 . my badd . too bad it looked like a great museum. I guess the high rent
made the museum impossible to meet expenses .
WHAT'S HAPPENING AT GEM
We are incredibly proud of Geppi's Entertainment Museum (GEM) and the countless families, tour groups, and individuals who have visited us and seen the impact of comics and pop culture on the world around us. The work done to promote the...More
We found this, while searching for things to do, in Baltimore. The price was right ($10) and it was worth EVERY penny! The staff, right away, was super friendly and helpful. We happened to go on Free Comic Book Day and there was a fun...More
What a hidden treasure. This is a 16,000 sq. ft. space with over 6,000 nostalgic items from television and film. You can spend an entire day there. The collection is the property of a gentleman who is a comic book distributor. I hear he owns...More
This museum is located on the 2nd floor of the building - with exhibit rooms off the main corridor. According to their website: "The museum exhibits nearly 6,000 pop culture artifacts including comics, toys, dolls, games and memorabilia of every conceivable category." FYI, they offer...More