Geppi’s Entertainment Museum lives up to its abbreviation: GEM. Play on words aside, Geppi’s shines as a pop culture mecca with each exhibit filled to the brim with nostalgic Americana. From “A Story in Four Colors” (a comprehensive collection of rare and historically relevant comic books) to “Going Global” (a look at 90’s – 2000’s movies, toys, games and more,) each gallery is designed to capture a specific period in American pop culture.
In addition to their permanent exhibits, GEM hosts a variety of unique events that celebrate the spirit of the museum. One of our favorites, Zombie Gras, is coming this Saturday, February 11, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. It’s a gloriously geeky combination of the undead and Mardi Gras and comes complete with a zombie bar crawl, scavenger hunt, costume contests, an exclusive reemergence of Devin Hannon’s famous Zombie Nation exhibition, and more!
But you don’t have to take it from us. Here’s Steve Geppi (President, Founder, and CEO of GEM) to tell you all about what makes this museum a must see:
Find out more about Geppi’s Entertainment Museum by visiting them on the web at geppismuseum.com or follow along with their social media profiles below.
Geppi’s Entertainment Museum
Neighborhood: Camden Station
301 W. Camden Street, Baltimore, MD 21201
*Photo credit: Shanise Taylor, 2011Source: geppismuseum.com
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