Indiana November 21, 2018
Few People Know That Indiana Is Home To The Only Superhero And Comic Book Museum In The World
Whether you’re a Marvel or DC fan, there’s a unique place in Elkhart, Indiana that is friend to both. The world’s only superhero museum celebrates the history of comics and the characters that make them great.
From Ghost Rider to Captain America, it’s all here. Scroll on to learn more about this exciting place.
The Hall of Heroes Superhero Museum in northern Indiana preserves and celebrates the more than 80-year history of comic books and comic book characters. The building itself is a replica of The Hall of Justice from the Super Friends cartoon.
This museum features more than 60,000 comic books and 10,000 toys and props. There are also more than 100 pieces of original art from all your favorite comics.
There are many rare items on display here as well. Guests will find the original shield used in the Captain America film, the Hell Cycle from Ghost Rider, and several first editions of famous comics atop a wealth of classic comics and toys from the World War II era.
There is even a replica of the Bat Cave set from the 1960s television series of Batman as well as Adam West's costume on display. Whether you love Superman, Green Lantern, Iron Man, or Spiderman, you'll find something interesting and entertaining here.
Events take pace regularly throughout the year. Upcoming is Christmas with the Super Heroes on December 8, 2018. Museum staff even frequent conferences in hopes of bringing you new and exciting items.
RIP Stan Lee (1922-2018)
Admission to enter this superhero museum is $6 for adults and $4 for children between the ages of 3 and 9. The place is open Monday through Friday between noon and 5 p.m., Saturday between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m., and Sunday between noon and 4 p.m.
Hall of Heroes Superhero Museum is located at 58005 Co Rd. 105, Elkhart, IN 46517, and you can get more information on its
website or Facebook page.
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If you’ve ever been to this superhero museum, we’d love to hear from you. Please share your experiences and photos with us below in the comments.