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Trip Advisor Must see for the geek in you
Nov 14, 2014 by: Dan K from Andover, New Jersey
Geppi’s Entertainment Museum is a must see for anyone who is a comic book fan, pop culture fan or wants a trip down nostalgia lane. On the second floor of a building, one walks up a flight of stairs that have paintings and posters of comic book characters and toys from a different era. My wife and entered and was met by a very nice girl wearing a Nostromo outfit (from the movie “Alien”) who took out admission fee and explained the museum and how to visit the rooms. The first was a room filled with a large collection of comic books and a selection of Big Little Books. Other rooms included various toys and collectibles from different eras. One room had a collection devoted to Baltimore and Steve Geppi (the man whose collection gave birth to this museum). There is also a museum store that sold comics and collectibles. There we met the same girl that greeted us at the beginning. She also told us that she had a facehugger to go with her outfit but we didn’t see it. Since it was Halloween, she showed us comics that were available for free for Halloween ComicFest. That was a nice surprise. If you ever visit Baltimore, I suggest you visit this place. It is near the Orioles baseball stadium.



Trip Advisor A 50+ Boomers time capsule
Oct 17, 2014 by: C K from Denver, Colorado
We loved walking through seeing all the old comic books, movie posters, classic toys and games, lunch boxes and more. A fun trip down memory lane! The collection is huge and they constantly rotate exhibits. The memories just come flooding back.



Trip Advisor Awesome Fun
Sep 29, 2014 by: Stacey H from Massapequa, New York, United States
Geppi's is so much fun. You can get lost looking at all the comic books in all the rooms. I didn't realize it would be so big or so much fun just roaming around. The gift shop is even lot of fun. I was brought back to my childhood and my 10 year old daughter just didn't want to leave. VERY WELL WORTH THE TRIP.



Trip Advisor Delightful Nostalgic Afternoon
Sep 16, 2014 by: suzq720 from Baltimore, Maryland
The Geppi Entertainment Museum is sure to delight any adult who has played a board game, played with toys, watched television and movies, played records, or read comic books. It is a collection of memories far greater than I expected, and a delightful poke at nostalgia from my childhood to the present. From early televisions with footage of the Honeymooners, I Love Lucy, and others--- to the lovable Disney characters, ET, Howdy Doody, and other greats----and yet so much more, the 2 hours spent there brought a smile to my face around each corner. The collection is artfully arranged in many rooms and halls by eras which correspond somewhat to decades. Woven into the entertainment ephemera are significant dates in history. The tour begins with a heavy emphasis on Geppi's comic book collection which is amazing and continues to highlight all aspects of the field of entertainment. It is housed on the second floor of the Sports Legends Museum, next to Camden Yards. Easy access by light rail or car. Check Groupon for discounted tickets. Plan to spend at least two hours there searching through the displays for toys and games from your childhood. You'll be happy you chose to do so.



Trip Advisor Really Cool!
Sep 14, 2014 by: Joey R from Macungie, Pennsylvania, United States
Geppi's Entertainment Museum is a really cool place if you are in to comic books. This museum houses a HUGE comic book collection and more! There were some really cool displays and the gift shop was really cool!


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