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Geppi's Entertainment Museum
Based on 72 traveler reviews
Jul 29, 2014 by: gator2510 from Gainesville, Florida
Took my 17 year old daughter and she was amazed at the quantity and quality of the displays. Really goes back in history of pop culture and even brought a smile to this old man. Recommend it to all ages.
A Baltimore treasure...
Jul 13, 2014 by: jb8865 from Maryland
First found out about this museum last week. Very interesting history of comic books and to a lesser extent toys. It was interesting to see the chronology and different ages in the evolution of comic books. They have a AAA discount and the gentleman at the front desk asked if any in our party were Star Wars fans. When I said I am, he let us pick from one of several toys at the front desk. I picked a Yoda bobble head. I thought that was a nice touch. Only complaint I have is that several of the kiosks did not work, i.e. they had no electricity or were broken. Otherwise a nice experience.
Cool for my 16 year old cosplayer Cool for me to reminisce. Not too big to be overwhelming.
Jun 25, 2014 by: larncec from Newhall, California
You can be in and out in 45 minutes if you push it, or take your time and be there for hours. Cool stuff for everybody.
What a hidden gem in Baltimore!
Jun 13, 2014 by: MGrahl from
Wow. We had never heard of Geppi's until we read about it while on vacation elsewhere in Maryland. Since we were traveling home via Baltimore, we decided to stop, and we're glad we did. What treasures! Many, many old comics and posters... lots of toys and memorabilia... friendly staff... fun gift shop. We enjoyed talking about what we had when we were kids, and sharing memories from our childhoods. Definitely a place to share with others!
A little disappointed
May 23, 2014 by: Marianne777 from New Jersey
I do have to say that this museum was very neat and well layed out, and had a lot of memorabilia from days gone by. However, most of it was posters on the wall and comic books (tons of this stuff), and I guess I expected more tangible things to look at like actual old toys and lunch boxes, dolls, etc. But the people working there were nice, and as I said, it was well structured by years along with some interesting trivia. Just not for me -- I felt as if I wasted and hour and a half of my time. It's like on their website when they show that long hall with the posters -- that's what the whole place is mostly like. But, if you're into that sort of thing, then this will be the place for you. Can't beat the admission price though -- we happened to go on a Thursday, and they told us that is half-price day, so it only cost $10 for both of us! (Good thing, I guess, as I don't think it's worth more...)
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