Geppi's Entertainment Museum, Baltimore

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Geppi's Entertainment Museum was a 16,000-square-foot (1,500 m2) privately owned pop culture museum located at historic Camden Station at Camden Yards in Baltimore, Maryland. The museum chronicled the history of pop culture in America from the 17th century to the early 21st century, as made popular in newspapers, magazines, comic books, movies, television, radio and video games. It featured a collection of nearly 60,000 pop culture artifacts, including magazines, movie posters, toys, buttons, badges, cereal boxes, trading cards, dolls, figurines, and other memorabilia. Geppi’s Entertainment Museum was located in downtown Baltimore's historic Camden Station at Camden Yards, directly above the former Sports Legends Museum at Camden Yards and adjacent to Oriole Park at Camden Yards.

In 2018, Geppi's Museum announced that it would be closed from June 3, 2018. Much of the collection was donated to the Library of Congress.
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  • 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... 
    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...  more »
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  • This museum is an excellent collection of movie posters and toys through the years. It has a lot of information about the development of entertainment since the early 1900s. The collection of comic books is astounding. Some of the exhibits were broken (like the spinning cases with comics), but there are some amazing features. They have several screens where you can pick from two comics and read them. I would definitely recommend this place as one of your stops while in Baltimore.
  • Geppi’s Entertainment Museum was a warm experience, transporting you down memory lane. The exhibits were laid out dramatically and the atmosphere of the old wood paneling and floors seemed to make everything glow with warmth. The most underlying sensory experience was the smell... You could smell the ink and distinctive aroma of the pulp paper, which envelopes you as you tour the museum. Everything about the museum is an enchantment. If you’re into comics and superheroes and Americana literature/entertainment don’t miss this place.

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