We’re continuing on with Doom Kick’s coverage of the Geppi’s Entertainment Museum in Baltimore, MD. The museum is loaded full of so much wonderful pop culture history that is has taken up it’s own little section here at DoomKick.com! Today we’re moving into things a bit more modern and this is where I started getting really excited. Part 4 is going to be filled with alot of great pictures of some really fun stuff so jump in and see what memories are brought back.
I really enjoyed the museum up until this point but I had no idea how much greater it was going to get. I was in the museum with my 7-year old son and we went as soon as it opened on a Sunday morning so we were the only two visitors at the time so I let him stay near me but he didn’t have to stay right with me. He had gone just ahead of me and I heard him say, “Dad, Star Wars!”. He likes Star Wars but it isn’t his thing, he was telling me because he knows it’s my thing. When I heard those words I couldn’t wait to continue onward.
Oh, there was Star Wars and there was Star Trek and CHIPs and Ninja Turtles and Rambo and Pac-Man and so much more. I was in heaven. It was like being in my favorite booths at a comic con without the force of other people looking and trying to beat me to buy that one perfect deal.
The simple fact that a Muppets Take Manhattan movie poster was hanging on the wall beside a poster for Star Trek 3 told me I was in the right place.
There was a Batman-centric area to this part of the museum with a large Batman statue, and a Bat-phone you could pick up and listen to clues for a scavenger hunt.
Look at all those wonderful Batman toys!
It wasn’t all Batman in Geppi’s Entertainment Museum. There were toys from most popular superheroes.
Star Trek was well represented with some classic toys from guns to colored pencils to some sort of frisbee/Enterprise looking toy.
I love toys, even toys older than I am.
Geppi’s had Crazy Cow, a cereal from the 70’s that was coated with chocolate drink mix to turn your milk into chocolate flavored milk!
The Star Wars display was filled with not only toys but books and cups and models and even the Adventures of R2-D2 boardgame.
It was hard to focus in on just one thing at a time as my eyes wanted to continuously wander around the walls and display cases. I have no doubt I missed many wonderful pieces but that just gives me more reason to go back again one day!
I can only use so many words to describe Geppi’s, the pictures tell the tale of how great this place is so sit back and enjoy all the photos of the wonderful things inside the museum.
Don’t leave without checking out all of Doom Kick’s coverage of Geppi’s Entertainment Museum!
And stick with us this week as we’ve still got one more museum day to bring you! Oh, and keep scrolling down for even MORE pictures!