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Geppi's Entertainment Museum
Based on 57 traveler reviews
Toys not for kids
Nov 13, 2013 by: ermihav from Baltimore, Maryland
It for adults to enjoy memories of childhood but not really for kids. nothing to play with or touch just look.
Nov 04, 2013 by: MrAWill from
I went here on a Groupon back in September. This was one of the most unusual and interesting museums I've ever been to. It has everything from comics to toys of yesteryear. It was really cool seeing some of the toys that I played with as a child still in their packaging. No matter what age you are you will feel the same as they have items as far back as the 1800s. The museum is incredibly close to the Orioles stadium and would be an excellent pre/post game activity. The price of entry isn't expensive either.
Travel thru your childhood memories
Oct 15, 2013 by: powderpf from South Carolina
We loved this place. It was cold and rainy. We we in Baltimore for a wedding but did not expect to find such a fun place. We wandered for two hours! We are antique dealers and we collect posters. Their posters were divine...but each room involved another aspect of American culture. Comics, TV shows, movies, serials, cereal box give aways, toys, music, the list is endless. We saw old favorites whic led to great story telling...also saw old items we had never seen. They have Max Sennett 6 sheet posters...lots of three sheets. Great lithos!
Nice Way To Spend A Few Hours
Oct 10, 2013 by: Sabrina R from Baltimore, Maryland
Geppi's is a nice cross section of entertainment through the years with some interesting local history. The different rooms have different themes. For instance, there is a Golden Age of TV room. There are old tv sets, info on shows & stars and toys associated with them. For anyone who likes comic books this room is the largest. They also host a Zombie bar crawl in the spring with lots of interesting visitors.
Sep 15, 2013 by: Les R from Wilmington, Delaware
This is a pop culture museum filled with movie posters, comic books, and memorabilia dating from the 1920's. It is nicely presented and fascinating to explore. The small on duty staff could not have been nicer answering questions and making suggestions. Around every corner was a new discovery. Our party was aged 20-73 and we all found things from our youth that we watched, collected or played. We spent two hours and were never bored. It is a hidden gem next to the Sports Legends Museum right next to Orioles Park. There is parking at the entrance to the two museums. We had a marvelous afternoon.
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