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Hall of Heroes Superhero Museum 2.0 Grand Opening
August 31, 2019 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm$9.00
We cordially invite you to the GRAND OPENING of our new larger facility. We have been working diligently for the past 2-3 years to raise money and find the perfect location for our amazing museum. We are excited to invite you to the unveiling our new museum with more room to display items never before seen by the public. What items do you ask? The Superman figure used in Christopher Reeves flying scenes in the 1978 Superman film. We are unveiling Hollywood costumes, such as Dean Cain’s Superman costume from “Lois and Clark” and Reb Brown’s Captain America costume from the 1979 film. We will even have the man himself, Captain America actor Reb Brown, here in person for the unveiling!!!
In addition, our complete original art collection will be on display. We were only able to display approximately 1/3 of the art collection at our current facility. Check out four of the original story boards from the 1989 Batman movie, Batman animated original animation cels and much more. We will have on display our massive comic collection boasting over 65,000 comics. You will love the replica 1966 Bat Cave set, Tony Stark’s garage with the ’65 Shelby Cobra from the first Iron Man film and Ghost Rider’s Hell Cycle from the 2007 film. Other new displays include six full size statues of Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Captain America, Iron Man and a 9.5 foot tall Incredible Hulk!!!
You will love our classic super hero arcade featuring superhero pinball and arcade machines such as Marvel Super Heroes, X-Men, Hulk pinball, Superman pinball, Batman 1966 pinball, Spider-Man and Avengers arcade games. Check out our larger gift shop or book your birthday party for your little superhero, complete with a superhero at your party in our private birthday party room.
We are SO excited to share our new museum with you. The grand opening will feature several cosplayers and special guests including Captain America actor Reb Brown! We are sad to lose the Hall of Justice facade but are sure you will agree that what is new inside will more than make up for it.
Admission: $9 for 10 and older and $6 for ages 3-9